LeSean McCoy ran for 153 yards and two touchdowns to power the Bills past the Browns 33-13, to keep Buffalo’s playoff hopes alive on Sunday.
McCoy’s total pushed him over 1,000 rushing yards in a season for the fifth time in his career.
Combined with Shady’s two scores and Mike Gillislee’s first quarter TD, the Bills also set a franchise record with their 27th rushing score on the year.
Tyrod Taylor looked solid against the Browns, which entering the day had given up 30 passing touchdowns, the most in the NFL.
Taylor connected with tight end Charles Clay in the second quarter as Buffalo went into the half with a 17-3 lead.
Clay, led the Bills with seven catches for 72 yards, both season highs for the tight end.
Buffalo improves to 7-7 on the season and hosts Miami on Saturday, Dec. 24 at New Era Field.
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