ORCHARD PARK, N.Y.- The Bills have given up five plays of 20 yards or more, finding themselves down 17-10 to the Cincinnati Bengals at halftime.
The Bills rushing attack has been a bright spot so far, amassing 86 yards on the ground
Thad Lewis has also looked solid through two quarters, throwing for 67 yards and running for the Bills' only touchdown thus far.
The Bengals opened the scoring on their first drive with a Mike Nugent 45 yard field goal, set up by a Marvin Jones 34 yard run.
The Bills took the lead on their next possession, driving all the down the field to set up Lewis' touchdown run.
Cincinnati responded soon after with an acrobatic 18 yard touchdown pass from Andy Dalton to A.J. Green.
Buffalo looked like they would take the lead or put points on the board during their next possession, but the Bills came up empty after a Bengals goal line stand and a failed fourth down attempt.
The Bills defense was also unable to capitalize on the opportunity, allowing Cincinnati to drive 98 yards to take a ten point lead.
Buffalo however did respond with a 10 play, 45 yard drive that lead to a Dan Carpenter field goal.