Hampton native Tyrod Taylor, Buffalo's starting quarterback, was 5 of 8 for 46 yards in the Bills' 17-10 home loss Thursday night to Minnesota in the National Football League preseason opener for both teams. Minnesota defeats Buffalo 17-10. Case Keenum looked great, throwing for 121 yards and - check out this good dog watching the game! The sixth-year player engineered a pair of scoring drives - both set up by passes to rookie receiver Stacy Coley. Buffalo took the lead early in the second quarter on a 42-yard kick by Stephen Hauschka and the Vikings answered with a 36-yarder from Kai Forbath at 3:26 of the second quarter. The drive ended with a 2-yard touchdown run from fullback C.J.
Defensively, the Vikings were fine.
The Vikings signed Keenum in April as insurance, with Bridgewater still recovering from a serious left knee injury sustained a year ago.
The first-team defense held Buffalo to no points in two series. Jerry Hughes and backup defensive end Eddie Yarborough each sacked Bradford, who played just two series. Taylor came up gimpy and received attention from the medical staff on the sideline before returning on the next possession.
Peterman's touchdown pass was Buffalo's first touchdown of the preseason.
Woods denies tabloid report about relationship
Meanwhile, Woods pleaded not guilty Wednesday via a lawyer to the DUI charge from his May arrest at the wheel of his vehicle . Upon completion of that program, the DUI charge will be dropped from Woods' record.
Turkey Detains Suspected IS Militant
The state-run news agency reports Bakiev was plotting the attack at that military base, or an American plane stationed there. He was also planning to carry out attacks on Alevi associations and citizens in the city, a statement by the police said.