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Bills vs. Cowboys Week 16 Halftime Report

The Bills and Cowboys are in the middle of a low scoring affair.

The Buffalo Bills and Dallas Cowboys are playing like two teams with nothing to play for at Ralph Wilson Stadium. At halftime, the two teams are tied at six in an ugly offensive game.

Karlos Williams has the only touchdown of the game, a one yard plunge. Dan Carpenter missed the extra point attempt. Williams leads the Bills with six carries for 32 yards at the half. Mike Gillislee and Tyrod Taylor have 53 yards on the ground.

In the receiving game, Taylor has connected with Sammy Watkins four times for 66 yards. Buffalo had a chance for a score late in the half but the drive ended with a Taylor interception in the end zone. 

For the Cowboys, Kellen Moore has completed 7-of-15 passes for 116 yards. Darren McFadden leads all rushers with 45 yards on 12 carries and Brice Butler has been Dallas' most dangerous weapon in the receiving game. The receiver has caught three passes for 64 yards.

The Bills will receive the ball to start the second half.

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