Bills Wire Week 10 Player of the Game: Latavius Murray

The Buffalo Bills had another disappointing performance and we’re defeated on a last-second field-goal winner against the Denver Broncos on Monday night.

Buffalo (5-5) lost 24-22 in a contest that saw multiple turnovers by the Bills offense and a failure by the defense to prevent the Broncos (4-5) from going down the field at the end of the game to take the win.

This is one of the few weeks that only a handful of players on either offense or defense could have won this week’s Player of the Game, and they would be well deserved in an incredibly disappointing performance overall.

We are awarding the Player of the Game Award in Week 10 to running back Latavius Murray, who had nine carries for 68 yards and a touchdown:

The Bills offense had multiple turnovers throughout the game and Murray was one of few bright spots on offense, not turning the ball over and scoring a touchdown to tie the game. Murray, who has been in the National Football League for a decade for six teams prior to arriving at Buffalo this year, helped establish the run against Denver with James Cook benched earlier in the game.

The rest of the Bills offense will look to use the rest of the week to reduce turnovers and reestablish their foothold in their division when they host their AFC East rival New York Jets on Sunday afternoon.

Story originally appeared on Bills Wire