ORCHARD PARK — LeSean McCoy scored on a 21-yard run with 1:33 left in overtime to secure the Buffalo Bills’ 13-7 win over the Indianapolis Colts in a wintry, white-out setting best suited for snow shoes and sled dogs — and not kickers.
The Bills’ sideline erupted after McCoy’s touchdown, with numerous players running on to the field and either making snow angels or engaging in celebratory snowball fights.
To get it to overtime, Adam Vinatieri had to make a fourth-quarter extra point, with the team using feet as shovels to clear the zone he would kick. It was that kind of game.
Colts getting ready for an extra point 😂pic.twitter.com/tZ1bp4CuJV
— NFL Stats (@NFL_Stats) December 10, 2017
McCoy finished with 156 yards rushing and topped the 1,000-yard mark for the sixth time in his career on a slick, snow-covered field.
Buffalo (7-6) stayed alive in the AFC playoff picture, while the Colts (3-10) were mathematically eliminated from playoff contention.