Last week a scoring change was made awarding Marcell Dareus a sack on San Diego’s Philip Rivers. This week another sack was awarded to the Bills upon further review of the statistics in the Week 4 game at Houston by the NFL statisticians.
With 7:43 remaining in first quarter on a 3rd-and-1 from the Houston 40, Texans QB Ryan Fitzpatrick scrambled to the right in an effort to gain a first down and was ruled to be stopped for no gain during the game. Upon further review the statisticians have changed the play from a rush for no gain to a sack. The sack was split by Mario Williams and Nigel Bradham.
So in the final stats for the game, Mario Williams had a half sack and Bradham had a sack and a half. Fitzpatrick was sacked three times in the game.
The new sack total now gives Buffalo 11 sacks on the season.
Tags: Mario Williams, Nigel Bradham
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