Bills start 0-2 after home opening loss to Chargers (full coverage)

The Buffalo Bills continued to show signs of unraveling even though rookie quarterback Josh Allen provided the offense some semblance of a spark in his first career start, and a week after a season-opening 47-3 meltdown at Baltimore.

Veteran cornerback Vontae Davis created a significant stir by leaving the team at halftime, coach Sean McDermott said. Running back LeSean McCoy did not return and was still experiencing pain in the locker room because of a rib injury. And McDermott revealed he took over the defensive play-calling from coordinator Leslie Frazier to start the second half.




The Chargers face the Bills for the second consecutive year, with Buffalo’s quarterback — rookie first-round pick Josh Allen — making his first NFL start. The Bills hope Allen’s debut does not go as badly as last season, when Nathan Peterman threw five interceptions in the first half of his debut. The Chargers are the better team and hungry for their first win after a humbling defeat to the Chiefs at home in their season opener last week. The Chargers have defeated the Bills in their past three meetings.

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The game kicks off at 1:00 pm on CBS.

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