Monday Night Football was an A+ last night, it wasn't exactly the type of game I thought I'd get from Seattle and Buffalo, but it was a helluva game to say the least. Coming into the game my thought process was Seattle's defense is great so Buffalo's offense will struggle mightily, pretty straight forward stuff. The Buffalo defense is going to blitz a lot to put pressure on Russell Wilson to move around and make plays since he's injured. Boy was I wrong, this game was an offensive shootout, well at least in the first half it was, seemed like every drive was ending in points, and both offenses were playing like it was practice the way they were tearing up these defenses with little to no resistance. Tyrod Taylor and this Buffalo offense genuinely impressed me, I thought the Bills were stupid giving this kid the contract that they did, after seeing him play last night against one of the best defenses in the league I think they valued him just right if he can play like he did last night consistently. Taylor has a cannon for an arm, his accuracy is good, and he's able to extend plays along with picking up first downs using his legs. LeSean McCoy who we all know how good he is made at least 20 Seattle defenders miss throughout the night, half the time he looked dead to rights in the backfield, then all the sudden he'd give a few jukes, and bang he turned a two yard loss into a 5 yard gain. That's something we haven't seen from Shady McCoy this season, he's in the top 5 in the league in negative yards and negative attempts so to see him avoiding those types of losses, which just kill drives, was a huge improvement from him, and it reflected in how well the Buffalo offense was operating. Seattle's offense was firing on all cylinders as well, Russell Wilson was throwing the ball all over the field with incredible accuracy as he lit up the Buffalo secondary last night for 282 yards and a couple of touchdowns.. The big play of the first half was when Buffalo was looking to kick a field goal towards the end of the half, Richard Sherman ran offsides blocked the kick, but also ran into the kicker in the process. Sherman was flagged for offsides, Rex Ryan wanted him flagged for roughing the kicker, but he wasn't then the Bills had to try again after having to spike the ball to get their kicker in the game because he had to miss a play if he gets medical attention. Finally he gets the kick off, it's good, but wait, delay of game, he has to kick it again. This time he misses and Rex Ryan looked like he wanted to kill the referee, instead he trotted into the locker room with a 28-17 deficit. The Bills started the second half with a nice opening drive, they got all the way inside the Seattle 30, but Tyrod Taylor made a rare mistake throwing it to a spot where no receiver was to be found, and Sherman tracked it like a hawk picking it off in the endzone. Buffalo would get the ball back going on another long drive, this one 13 plays 82 yards, and this one resulted in a touchdown. The score was now 28-25 after Buffalo converted the 2pt conversion as well, Seattle would drive down get a field goal to extend their lead to 31-25 with about 10 minutes to play in the game. Buffalo had the ball late in the fourth on what would be their final drive of the game, they were inside the Seattle 10 yardline. Tyrod Taylor gets sacked on second down from the 7, and then gets sacked again putting Buffalo on the 15 yardline. It is now fourth down and Buffalo needs a touchdown, the pass falls incomplete, but on the other side of the field Richard Sherman lays a clear illegal hit on the wide receiver that goes unnoticed, no call, Seattle pulls out the victory in a game that they were utterly dominated, and Rex Ryan looks like he's going to lose his freaking mind. I don't have a clue to as how Seattle won this game, they had 150 yards less than Buffalo, they had 11 less first downs, and Buffalo had the ball for 40 minutes of the game, how do you dominate a game like that and lose. Buffalo ran 40 more offensive plays than Seattle and had to try to mount a comeback in the fourth, maybe I'd understand if Seattle had to make a miraculous comeback to win this game, but they had the lead the entire second half despite being utterly dominated. I'm not sure if that's a testament to how good Seattle is that they can still win games despite only having half the offensive plays and possession time than the opposition, or it just shows that Buffalo just can't close out on their drives. Also, I'd like to add that Buffalo had 11 penalties that cost them 115 yards, that will certainly derail drives if you keep accumulating stupid penalties. The Bills may have been screwed over by some bad officiating, but you can't leave the game up to the refs, Buffalo absolutely dominated this game, so I don't want to hear that 2 plays cost you the game when you had 40 more plays than the opposing team, you have no right to blame the officiating for the loss. This loss is on the Buffalo Bills for lack of discipline and lack of a secondary to not be able to hold Seattle under 30 points when they only had 40 offensive snaps, I'd be embarrassed to be apart of Bills mafia this morning.