Bobby Rainey established the ground game, paving the way to a blowout win for the Buccaneers over the Bills, 27-6, at home.
Mike Glennon found the end zone for two touchdowns against the Bills on 9 of 25 passing for 90 yards and two picks. In comparison, E.J. Manuel had an equally subpar day for the Bills, going 18 of 33 with 184 yards passing, no touchdowns and four picks.
Rainey ran all over the Bills for 127 yards on 22 attempts with a touchdown. In the first quarter, he broke for an 80-yard sprint for a score. Vincent Jackson was a leading receiver, catching three passes for 70 yards with a touchdown.
The Tampa Bay defense was the deciding factor in the victory, holding the Bills to 67 yards rushing and 184 passing while coming away with four interceptions. They harassed Manuel and the Bills offensive line with an imposing seven sacks.
Bills wide receiver Stevie Johnson totaled 67 receiving yards.
The Buccaneers will play host to the 49ers (8-4) next week while the Bills head to Jacksonville to face off with the Jaguars (4-9).
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