NEW ORLEANS, L.A.- A pair of late second half touchdowns gives the New Orleans Saints a 21-10 lead over the Buffalo Bills at halftime.
Buffalo stayed close through most of the first half, but two late TD passes from Saints QB Drew Brees (68-yard TD to Kenny Stills and 15-yard TD to Jimmy Graham) undid what was a strong defensive performance
Prior to those two scoring drives, the Bills defense limited the Saints offense to 67 total yards. The Bills had also sacked Brees twice.
The Bills offense struggled in the first half. Bills quarterback Thad Lewis lost two fumbles but did lead the team on an 8-play, 72-yard drive in the second quarter- capped by a 13-yard TD pass to Stevie Johnson.