Bills-Eagles halftime notes

October, 9, 2011
10/09/11
2:36
PM ET
ORCHARD PARK, N.Y. -- The Buffalo Bills lead the Philadelphia Eagles, 21-7, at intermission.

Here are some notes at halftime:
  • Buffalo's defense is very opportunistic. The group got a defensive touchdown for a third consecutive week. Bills linebacker Nick Barnett undercut a crossing route and returned the interception 31-yards for a touchdown in the second quarter to give the Bills a two-touchdown lead. Buffalo has three interceptions in the first half.
  • Bills running back Fred Jackson is having another strong start. Jackson rushed for 58 yards and a touchdown in the first half. He also has three receptions for 59 yards. Jackson is the first Bills running back to score a rushing touchdown in four straight games since Willis McGahee in 2005.
  • Buffalo safety George Wilson is on a mission. He has eight tackles and an interception. Wilson always seems to find the football. He has an interception in three straight games for Buffalo.
  • Buffalo receiver Donald Jones injured his ankle and is out for the game. He had two catches for 25 yards in the first half.

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