TORONTO, ONTARIO (WKBW) - The Bills lost to the Seattle Seahawks 50-17 on Sunday. The loss, inside Toronto's Rogers Centre, clinched the Bills eighth straight losing season and 13th consecutive year with no playoffs.
Seattle rookie quarterback Russell Wilson ran for the first three rushing touchdowns of his career. Wilson also passed for 205 yards and a touchdown.
Former Bill Marshawn Lynch rushed for 113 yards and a touchdown.
Buffalo's C.J. Spiller ran for 103 yards and a TD. Bills QB Ryan Fitzpatrick passed for 217 yards, one touchdown to Stevie Johnson, and two interceptions. Fitzpatrick's second interception was made by Earl Thomas and returned 57 yards for a score.
The Bills defense gave up 466 total yards.
The Bills (5-9) wrap up their season with a road game in Miami next week and a home contest against the Jets.
The Seahawks improve to 9-5.
Buffalo is now 1-4 in regular season games played inside Rogers Centre during the five years of the Bills in Toronto Series.