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Los Angeles Rams vs. Buffalo Bills: Revisiting Five Bills to Watch

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The Los Angeles Rams’ three-game winning streak was snapped in an error filled 30-19 defeat to the Buffalo Bills.

So with no further delay, lets revisit the Bills players to watch.

Bills to Watch

Ronald Darby

Darby made six solo tackles against the Rams. An overall solid outing by the second-year pro.

The star of the secondary, however, was a former USC Trojan making his return to the Coliseum. Nickel corner Nickell Robey-Coleman made two interceptions in today's game. The first pick Robey-Coleman returned for a touchdown. The second came in the closing minutes of the game, all but sealing the game for Buffalo.

Marcell Dareus

Dareus did not play in his first game back off the four-game suspension due to injury. In his place however, Bills rookie 5-technique defensive lineman Adolphus Washington was dominant at points of the game. He came up with a sack and generated constant pressure. Definitely negating the depth crisis created by Dareus’ absence.

Jerry Hughes

Hughes did not record a sack on Sunday. Overall, Hughes exited the game with four tackles.

Hughes' pass rushing mate – Lorenzo Alexander – did pick up two sacks. Those two sacks gives the 10-year vetran six sacks on the season.

LeSean McCoy

LeSean went off against the Rams. With the Rams missing three starting defensive linemen, the McCoy ran right through the middle of the defense (of course, playing a six man defensive front does not help either).

LeSean busted out a 52-yard Rush that led to a five-yard rushing touchdown by Mike Gillislee.

All in all, McCoy finished the day with 150 yards on 18 carries.

Tyrod Taylor

Tyrod made a stupid, moronic, idiotic mistake on the Bills opening drive. He lined up behind guard Richie Incognito instead of center Eric Wood. That resulted in a fumbled snap that ended on a loss of 18 yards. Taylor went on to regrouped himself and lead the Bills on a touchdown drive, hooking up with second year receiver Justin Hunter.

By the game's final minutes, Tyrod threw for 124 passing yards along with two touchdowns. The duo threat quarterback added on 28 rushing yards.