Redskins Vs. Bills Score Update: Buffalo Goes Up 10-0 On Rian Lindell Field Goal

The Redskins have started yet another game slowly, trailing the Buffalo Bills 10-0 in the middle of the second quarter after a Rian Lindell field goal. 

Washington had a chance to get points, as Brian Orakpo was able to recover a Buffalo fumble, setting up the offense inside Buffalo territory.

But of course, as has happened in the last few weeks, the Redskins were unable to capitalize. John Beck was sacked on third and long, making it a longer field goal attempt for Graham Gano, who had his 49 yard attempt blocked by Marcell Dareus.

When the Bills got the ball back, they drove inside the Washington 20 yard line, before Fred Jackson was tackled in the open field by linebacker Keyaron Fox, setting up the Lindell attempt.

The Redskins have had a tough time scoring in recent weeks, and if they continue to allow the Bills to put points up on the board, it looks like it could be a tough day for Washington.

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