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The Buffalo Bills are struggling in the first half against the New York Giants.

The Bills are struggling on both sides of the ball at halftime.

The NY Giants defense isn't bad by any means, but the Buffalo Bills have made the unit look like the '85 Bears at halftime.

Buffalo seems to be missing playmakers like Sammy Watkins and LeSean McCoy on the offensive side of the ball. At halftime, the offense has really struggled to move the ball. Tyrod Taylor is off to his worst start of his young career after completing 6-of-13 passes for 36 yards and an interception. While Taylor has struggled, the interception should be blamed on Charles Clay, who let Devon Kennard rip a pass out of his hands.

In the run game, Karlos Williams has rushed for 40 yards on 11 carries.

Defensively, Buffalo has allowed two Eli Manning touchdown passes, one to Dwayne Harris and one to Rueben RandleAndre Williams leads the Giants running backs with 31 yards on seven carries.

The biggest problem the Bills have had at the half is penalties. Buffalo has been called for nine penalties at halftime for 59 yards. Four of the penalties have resulted in first downs for the Giants.

The Giants will receive the ball to start the third quarter.


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