Bills Annihilated In Indianapolis, Lose Mccoy

INDIANAPOLIS – The Buffalo Bills fail to score a touchdown in a game for the third time this season after suffering a 37-5 loss to the Colts on Sunday. 
Bills quarterback, Derek Anderson finished his Bills debut going 20-31 passing for 175 yards and three interceptions.
Chris Ivory finished with 81 yards rushing on 16 carries for Buffalo, Marcus Murphy added another 53 yards rushing for the Bills.
LeSean McCoy left the game early in the first quarter due to a concussion.
Kelvin Benjamin led the team with four receptions for 71 yards.
Buffalo finished the game committing five turnovers.
Counting this game, the Bills are last in the NFL in points per game (11.6 points per game.)
Colts quarterback, Andrew Luck picked apart the Bills defense, finishing 17-23 passing for 156 yards and four touchdowns.
The Colts also finished with 220 yards rushing. Marlon Mack led the team with 126 yards on 19 carries, and scored one touchdown.
Mack also caught one of Luck’s touchdown passes.
T.Y. Hilton caught four passes for 25 yards and two touchdowns.
Linebacker Darius Leonard led the Colts defense with 17 tackles.
Mike Mitchell, Kenny Moore II, and Corey Moore each intercepted a pass in the Colts secondary.
With the victory, the Colts snap their four game losing streak and improve to 2-5. The Bills offensive struggles continue as they slip to 2-5.
Buffalo’s next game will be back at New Era Field on Monday Night Prime Time on Oct. 29, against their division rival New England Patriots.
Kickoff will be at 8:15 p.m. on ESPN.