The Indianapolis Colts continue to look like a playoff contender, while the Bills continue to try to find their identity. The Colts defeated the Bills 13-20, advancing the Colts to 7-4 while the Bills fall to 4-7.
Colts rookie wide receiver T.Y. Hilton was the star of the game as he scored both of Indy’s touchdowns. He put the Colts up early on a 75 yard punt return for a TD in the first quarter, and scored again on an 8 yard pass from Andrew Luck in the third quarter to put the Colts up 20-6. Reggie Wayne contributed 102 yards receiving on 8 receptions.
There were a couple of high points for the Bills, as C.J. Spiller racked up 107 yards on a mere 14 carries, increasing his league-leading average to 6.6 yards per attempt on the season. Stevie Johnson also added 106 yards, accounting for more than half of the Bills receiving yards.
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