Von Miller regrets fake handshake versus Bills

Von Miller regrets fake handshake versus Bills

Chris Harris Jr. and tight end Virgil Green raised their fists. "You have to get the crowd into it and make this a tough place to play ... not only on days when it's cold ... but days like today when it's hot". "We're going to be a tough team to beat".

"That direction that I made most of the field goals the max was probably 58 and in the other direction it was probably 63 or 64".

Denver Broncos fans are still fuming about a penalty call late in Sunday's game against the Buffalo Bills. Hauschka also connected from 49 yards earlier in the second quarter. The Broncos only got the ball once more in desperation mode before ultimately falling, 26-16.

At the time it occurred, both Miller and Taylor laughed it off.

Tyrod Taylor had a pair of touchdown passes and threw for 213 yards on 20 of 26 passing.

Von Miller and his Denver Broncos were frustrated in Western New York throughout Sunday afternoon.

To cap off that drive, Taylor did something that was unexpected. A Bills receiver will indeed have 100 yards this Sunday. Jamaal Charles rushed for 56 yards and a touchdown.

It was part of a strong day for Taylor, who came under fire during the preseason, leading some to wonder if he was about to be benched for rookie Nathan Peterman. Jones took his dropped catch hard after the game last Sunday, I think he'll bounce back in a big way this week.

The Bills (1-1) shoddy offense ruined an impressive defensive effort in the 9-3 loss to Carolina in Week 2.

Against Denver, he was a flawless 4 for 4 on the field as he put up 14 of the team's 26 points. "At this time we felt like, as a team, we had to do something". "So, every game is going to be different". "It's utterly ridiculous and obviously we all focused on the game, but we chose to just do a demonstration".

After Clay's touchdown midway through the third, the defense harassed quarterback Trevor Siemian and the Denver offense.

The offense could not convert that into points, despite starting the drive on Denver's 32-yard line. Another prime situation to score, which Hauschka capitalized from 53 yards out.

"It felt great. The ball is flying well", he said. "I mean, they're playing well. They play as a team and that's how you play good defense".

One problem, they're facing arguably the best defense in football.

They won a second straight home game against a conference foe, and did it despite consecutive games sans a credible running game. "Tyrod responded in a major way. I've got to be smarter than that", Miller said, according to ESPN.com. We even got on the edge with our keepers.