Gameday Coverage Recap: Falcons at Bills

Posted Dec 1, 2013

Take a look at our entire coverage from the Falcons' exciting 34-31 win over the Bills on Sunday.

The Falcons forced a turnover in the final moments of the game, sending a 31-31 game to overtime and then winning it in thrilling fashion with a 36-yard field goal from kicker Matt Bryant.

Game Highlights

RB Steven Jackson puts the Falcons on the board after breaking loose for a 27-yard touchdown run in the first quarter.

RB Antone Smith takes off on a 38-yard run for a touchdown in the second quarter, slimming the Bills' lead to 17-14.

Wide receiver Roddy White hauls in a 29-yard reception in the third quarter.

TE Tony Gonzalez catches an 11-yard touchdown pass in the third quarter, putting the Falcons up 24-17 over the Bills.

RB Steven Jackson ties the game at 31-31 with a 1-yard touchdown run late in the fourth quarter.

CB Robert McClain forces the Bills to fumble and S William Moore then recover the ball late in the fourth quarter, causing the Falcons to go into overtime with the Bills.

The Falcons recover the ball in overtime after S William Moore causes the Bills to fumble, while Robert Alford then recovers the ball and throws a lateral pass to fellow rookie corner Desmond Trufant.

K Matt Bryant drills a 36-yard field goal and seals a Falcons win during overtime by putting them up 34-31 over the Bills.


Desmond Trufant said he was proud of the way the Falcons were able to carry out their 'finish strong' motto in their 34-31 comeback win.

Antone Smith said the Falcons' overtime win over the Bills reflects the pride their locker room continues to have despite their situation.

Kicker Matt Bryant, who sealed an overtime win with a 36-yard field goal, said Atlanta's comeback win over the Bills on Sunday showed how resilient and tough the team continues to be.

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