ORCHARD PARK, N.Y. (AP) - The New York Giants are back in the playoffs for the third straight year after turning an early 14-0 deficit into a 38-21 win over the Buffalo Bills.
Brandon Jacobs and Ahmad Bradshaw combined for 296 rushing yards and three touchdowns in the Giants' seventh consecutive road win. Jacobs tied the game with a pair of scoring runs in the second quarter, including a 43-yard TD scamper. He finished with 145 yards
on 24 carries.
Bradshaw gave the Giants a 31-21 lead when he ran 88 yards for a fourth-quarter score. Bradshaw led the Giants with 151 yards on 17 carries. Kawicka (kah-WEE'-kuh) Mitchell put the G-Men ahead to stay by returning an interception 20 yards for a touchdown. Corey Webster
also brought back an interception for a TD to ice the victory on a rainy, snowy, windy afternoon near Buffalo.
The Bills scored twice in the first 9:29 following a visit from teammate Kevin Everett, who was at the stadium for the first time since suffering a severe spinal cord injury in the season opener. Trent Edwards threw two TD passes in the opening period but had three interceptions.
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