BUFFALO, N.Y. (WKBW) — Kyle Williams is leaving the Buffalo Bills and the NFL with one final win.
The Bills ended the 2018 season on a high note as they beat the Miami Dolphins 42-17 on Sunday afternoon in the team's season finale. With the win, the Bills finish with a 6-10 overall record.
Sunday was an emotional day for Williams and his family as the longtime defensive tackle said goodbye to his NFL playing career. On Friday, he announced he was retiring following Sunday's game. He finishes his 13-year career with more than 600 tackles, 48.5 sacks, one interception and a rushing touchdown.
QB Josh Allen finished 17-for-26 for 224 passing yards, three touchdowns and an interception. On the ground, he rushed for 95 yards and another two scores. He ends the season as the team's leading rusher and owns the most rushing yards in a single season by a QB in franchise history. Zay Jones led the team in receiving with six catches for 93 yards and two touchdowns.
The Bills defense created four turnovers in the win (two interceptions and two fumble recoveries) and sacked Miami QB Ryan Tannehill four times.
The Bills are set to clean out their lockers on Monday afternoon. GM Brandon Beane and Head Coach Sean McDermott are set to speak to the media later that day.