For the 1st time this season, the Buffalo Bills lost a home game.
And it was ugly.
The New Orleans Saints came into Buffalo and dominated the Bills at New Era Field, coming out with a 47-10 win and extend their win streak to seven.
The Bills, meanwhile, after a 5-2 start are now 5-4 on the season and lost their 2nd straight game.
The Bills capitalized on their first drive with a field goal but didn't do much after that as the Saints offense completely steamrolled the defense all game. Running back Mark Ingram finished with 131 yards and three touchdowns while teammate Alvin Kamara added 106 yards and a score.
It wasn't much prettier on offense. Quarterback Tyrod Taylor completed just nine passes for 56 yards along with an interception. Running back LeSean McCoy had just eight carries on the day for less than 50 yards.
The Bills lone touchdown of the day came at the end of the game when backup QB Nathan Peterman found Nick O'Leary in the endzone.
The Bills will travel to Los Angeles to take on the Chargers next Sunday.