The Buffalo Bills used defense, timely takeaways and a huge day by LeSean McCoy to win their third straight game, a 30-19 road victory over the Los Angeles Rams on Sunday.  McCoy ran for 150 yards on 18 carries while Tyrod Taylor passed for a pair of touchdowns.

6-foot-4 wide receiver Justin Hunter, who just signed with the Bills this week opened the Bills scoring on a 4-yard touchdown reception, his only catch of the game.  The Bills never trailed after that.  Mike Gillislee scored on a five-yard run to put the Bills up 13-3.

Buffalo Bills v Los Angeles Rams
Nickell Robey-Coleman high steps into the end zone after an interception return (Getty Images)

After the Rams twice came back to tie the score 13-13 and 16-16, Nikel Robey-Coleman returned an interception 41 yards to put the Bills in the lead for good.  Marquise Goodwin caught a 6-yard touchdown pass with under 3 minutes to play to clinch the win.

Lorenzo Alexander led the Bills with three of the team's four sacks against Rams quarterback Chase Keenum.  Alexander has at least one sack in each of the Bills first five games.

After starting the season with back to back losses the Bills now have won three straight games.  They stand 3-2, one game back of the New England Patriots in the AFC East.  They're back home next Sunday to host the San Francisco 49ers.


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