BY THE ASSOCIATED PRESS
ORCHARD PARK, N.Y (AP) — The Los Angeles Rams proved they’re difficult to contain once Jared Goff and Aaron Donald find their groove.
If only that had happened much earlier than the second half against the Buffalo Bills on Sunday.
Making the second of back-to-back visits to the East Coast, the travel-weary Rams fell just short of matching the third-largest comeback an NFL regular-season game, losing 35-32. After rallying from a 25-point deficit to take a 32-28 lead with 4:30 remaining, the Rams (2-1) allowed Josh Allen’s 3-yard pass to tight end Tyler Kroft with 15 seconds remaining...