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LIVE BLOG: Bills score in overtime to beat Colts 13-7

After the Colts scored with 1:16 left and elected to go for 2 and try to win the game, a penalty nullified the go-ahead score and the Colts settled for a 7-7 tie. The Bills scored on their second possession of overtime to win 13-7.
Indianapolis Colts quarterback Jacoby Brissett looks to throw during the second half against the Buffalo Bills, Sunday, Dec. 10, 2017, in Orchard Park, N.Y. (AP Photo/Jeffrey T. Barnes)

BUFFALO, NY (WTHR) - After an exchange of punts, the Bills nail a long pass from backup Joe Webb to Deonte Thompson deep into Colts territory. From there, the Bills LeSean McCoy ran it in for the win 13-7.

Colts get the ball back with 52 seconds to play on Matthias Farley's interception.

Out of timeouts, the Colts sent in Adam Vinatieri for a 43 yard field goal to win it from from almost the same spot as his tying extra point, but the kick hooked wide left and the game went to overtime.

On first and goal from the Bills 4, Jacoby Brissett hit Jack Doyle on a pass to the right flat with 1:16 to go to make it 7-6 Bills. After a timeout, the Colts went to Doyle again and converted for two points. But the Colts were called for offensive pass interference on the play and went to Adam Vinatieri for the tie on a long extra point kick. The veteran comes through, hooking the kick inside the right upright to tie the game 7-7.

The Colts are trying to mount a drive midway through the fourth quarter. On 1st and 10 from the Bills 24 with just under 3 minutes to go, Frank Gore bursts through the middle for a first down near the Buffalo 15.

Jacoby Brissett hit T.Y. Hilton for two first downs into Bills territory - one on a third down pass and the second on 4th and 4 from midfield.

The Colts have the ball back with 11:07 left in the game after a Bills punt. Frank Gore able to run for a first down on 3rd and 8 to the Colts 35.

After recovering a Bills fumble, the Colts turn over the ball on downs early in the fourth quarter.

Joe Webb in at quarterback for the Bills.

The Bills were able to drive down the field on mix of some long runs and a pass from Peterman to Benjamin for 21-yards got them to the Colts 8-yard line. On the next play Peterman went to Benjamin again to the end zone for the score with :21 to go in the second quarter. The extra point attempt was good and the Bills lead 7 to 0 going into halftime.

This may end up being the fastest game in NFL history. Game started at 1, it's now 2 and there's two minutes left in the first half.

The Colts were able to drive down to the Bills 23-yard line behind a running attack. Adam Vinatieri attempted a 32-yard field goal that was wide to the right so it remains 0 to 0 with 2:21 to go in the first quarter.

The Bills are able to move the ball on the ground on their first drive and get to the Indianapolis 36-yard line where it is fourth down and 2-yards to go. Buffalo goes for it on fourth and two with Webb at quarterback but the ball gets knocked away by the Colts defense. Indianapolis takes over at their own 36-yard line with 9:43 to go in the first quarter.

1:02 P.M. - The Colts kick-off to Buffalo to get the game started. It is snowing heavily and there are already several inches on the ground.

The Indianapolis Colts have traveled to snowy Buffalo where they will face the 6 and 6 Bills on Sunday afternoon.

Sources are reporting that Nathan Peterman will get the start for the Bills today after Tyrod Taylor suffered a knee injury in last week's game.

Here is a look at who will be out for the Colts today:

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