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ORCHARD PARK, N.Y. - New Orleans Saints running backs Mark Ingram and Alvin Kamara were so in sync Sunday that they even made a decision to do their postgame interview together when they finished dressing at the same time as a crowd of reporters waited.
"At all?" Brown said with a heavy sigh.
New Orleans' run game and defense have been the driving forces behind the team's longest win streak since 2011.
When asked about how the traditional "thunder and lightning" tag doesn't really apply to him and Kamara since they're both so versatile, Ingram said, "We go together, we feed off each other, we push each other, we compete against each other. both make people miss, both can catch the ball, both can run inside". McDermott said last week it would be unrealistic to expect any team to be ideal through 16 games.
DeMarco Murray's three touchdowns saw the Tennessee Titans win a back-and-forth game against the Cincinnati Bengals 24-20, the Jacksonville Jaguars beat the Los Angeles Chargers 20-17 thanks to AJ Bouye's interception in overtime and the Tampa Bay Buccaneers won 15-10 against the New York Jets. "It's not much to say".
"We've got a certain standard", coach Sean McDermott said after the game.
Ingram's three rushing touchdowns were a career high, and he finished with 21 carries for 131 yards.
Weather shouldn't be a factor on Sunday in Buffalo. "Guys are disappointed, frustrated, but at the same time, you can't let that affect you".
After Stephen Hauschka capped a nine-play, 57-yard opening drive with a 37-yard field goal, the Bills never crossed midfield over their next eight possessions. Last season, the Bills allowed three teams to run for over 200 yards, but none for 300 - or close to it.
Orleans a 14-3 lead with 9:03 left in the first half.
"Horrible game", said starting quarterback Tyrod Taylor. He was not alone in the struggle, as the rest of the Bills offense failed to get anything going on Sunday.
"Everybody felt it", Benjamin said.
A 5-2 start had the Bills thinking about ending their record 17-year playoff drought. "We control our own destiny".