Ahh...the sweet taste of victory! The Buffalo Bills got into the win column Sunday on a glorious afternoon in Orchard Park, defeating the Tampa Bay Buccaneers with big plays on offense and defense. Yes, you've read correctly, the Bills made the big play in the first half to gain a lead, and again late in the game to secure victory, something we haven't seen that often in the past. Star in the Making? Fred Jackson rushed for a career best 163 yards and tacked on six catches for 25 yards, showing that his outstanding performance against New England was no fluke. Jackson has been the team's MVP through the first two contests. He's racked up 220 yards rushing on only 43 attempts. For you stat guys out there, that's a daunting 5.1 yards per carry. Jackson is on pace for a 344-carry, 1,75 ...
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