Bills pull off huge rally to beat Bears in preseason finale

Thankfully, mercifully, another summer of egregious preseason football is behind us.

At least it ended with some fun drama as the Bills somehow rallied from a 27-3 third-quarter deficit to beat the Bears 28-27 on a 6-yard A.J. McCarron to Keith Towbridge touchdown pass with 13 seconds left to play.

Unbelievable, really, when you consider how terribly they played for most of the first three quarters, particularly quarterback A.J. McCarron.

Good for them, though I put very little stock into what happens in the preseason games, be it one-sided losses or miraculous comebacks. Despite the rally and victory, which produced a 2-2 exhibition record, let’s put things into perspective. It came in the second half of the fourth preseason game and I still think it’s a stretch to think that Sean McDermott’s second team is at the same level as his first, which somehow found its way to the playoffs last year.

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