Just as this posted, the Bengals stopped the Bills on 4th-and-goal from the 1-yard line.
The Buffalo Bills are off to a hot-start after going 73 yards in six plays on their first possession, capped by a Thad Lewis 3-yard touchdown run to take 7-3 lead and break an amazing streak by the Cincinnati Bengals defense:
@Bengals streak of 21 straight games without giving up TD on opening drive snapped. Bills, 7-3
— Geoff Hobson (@GeoffHobsonCin) October 13, 2013
By the end of the first quarter, the Bills had 74 yards rushing on just 17 carries, and average of 4.4 yards per touch by the 3-headed attack of C.J> Spill, Fred Jackson and the seldom-used Tashard Choice.
As Josh Kirkendall pointed out, this is very unusual for a Mike Zimmer-coached defense:
First quarter is over and the Bills have 74 yards rushing already. Bengals defense came into the game allowing 99.4 yards/rushing per game.
— Josh Kirkendall (@CincyJungle) October 13, 2013