1:00 PM ET, November 13, 2005
Ralph Wilson Stadium, Buffalo, NY
ORCHARD PARK, N.Y. (AP) -- J.P. Losman discovered something about himself while he spent the last month stewing on the sideline.
|It was over when ...|
|Rashad Baker's interception at the Chiefs' 27 in the third quarter set up J.P. Losman's second TD throw.||Game ball goes to ...|
|Losman -- the former starter -- who came off the bench to lead touchdown drives on two of his four possessions.||ESPN's take ...|
I spoke with J.P. Losman and he was excited to have the opportunity to come back and play in this game. He said while he was on the sidelines he learned that he needed to play with a chip on his shoulder and with more passion. He said he has always played that way, but this season he was handed the job and didn't play with that type of zeal early in the season. I don't expect him to put up spectacular numbers this season, but he showed an ability to make the plays and he read the defense well.
-- Eric Allen
Tight end Tony Gonzalez had eight catches for 81 yards, giving him 7,362 for his career, passing Otis Taylor to become the team's all-time leading receiver. ... Losman finished with a career-high 124.2 passer rating. ... Tynes had his streak of consecutive field goals end at 14 when he was wide right from 44 yards. ... Chiefs RG Will Shields became only the fourth non-kicker since the AFL-NFL merger in 1970 to start 200 consecutive games. ... Bills K Rian Lindell missed two field goal attempts, including a 28-yarder wide left.
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Team Stat Comparison
3rd down efficiency
4th down efficiency
|Yards per play||4.1||4.0|
Yards per pass
Yards per rush
|FG||13:43||Lawrence Tynes 35 Yd |
Drive: 7 plays, 45 yds, 4:05
|TD||13:07||Lee Evans 33 Yd Pass From J.P. Losman (Rian Lindell Kick) |
Drive: 7 plays, 66 yds, 2:44
|TD||6:44||Lee Evans 29 Yd Pass From J.P. Losman (Rian Lindell Kick) |
Drive: 2 plays, 27 yds, 1:17