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Bills head coach Sean McDermott reacts to Buffalo’s concerning blowout loss to Colts

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The Buffalo Bills got beat down at home by the Indianapolis Colts, 41-15. After the game, Bills head coach Sean McDermott was pretty blunt sharing his thoughts on his team’s performance.

“It wasn’t good enough at all today and is starts with me. Winning at point of attack, taking care of the football, penalties, none of it was good enough and it makes it hard to win.”

That summed up the Bills performance very well. They were blown off the ball at the line of scrimmage. Colts running back Jonathan Taylor ran the ball 32 times for 185 yards, and four rushing touchdowns. In total, Indianapolis ran for 264 yards.

Entering Sunday, the Bills had the number one overall defense in the NFL. They did not look like that today.

On the other side of the ball, Buffalo failed to get anything going all day. Outside of a 28 yard rush from third string running back Matt Breida, the Bills could not move the ball on the ground. Zach Moss and Devin Singletary combined for 22 yards rushing.

Bills quarterback Josh Allen also had a rough day. He turned the ball over twice again, throwing two interceptions. Allen was under duress most of the game, as the offensive line did not hold up against the Colts pressure.

Following a roaring start to the season, the Bills have now lost three of their last five and find themselves trailing the New England Patriots in the AFC East. The Bills and Patriots still have two meetings to come later this season.