Bills Storm Back From 18 Down, Take Lead Over Raiders

Well, well, well. We wrote a blog post in the first half of the Oakland Raiders and Buffalo Bills game saying it looks like Oakland is headed to 2-0. That's because they were cruising over the Bills, 21-3, and looked in control of the game.

But something happened. The Bills stormed back and now have taken the lead from the Raiders, 24-21. Chan Gailey is one of the most creative offensive coaches in the NFL and it's showing in Buffalo as QB Ryan Fitzpatrick is spreading the ball around all over the field. RB Fred Jackson has also gone over 100 yards for the second consecutive week.

The Bills and Raiders was supposed to be a snoozer looking at the schedule early in the offseason but it's turning out to be one of the best Week 2 games. 

The Bills fans at Buffalo Rumblings knew they had a chance to be competitive this year and the early results are showing that. 

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