Bills Vs. Lions Score Update: Buffalo Field Goal Cuts Detroit's Halftime Lead To 18

After the Detroit Lions and the Buffalo Bills combined for 35 first quarter points, Buffalo had the only score in the second quarter, getting a 30-yard field goal from Ryan Lindell to cut Detroit's lead to 28-10 at halftime.

Lindell's field goal capped off a nearly six minute drive by the Bills, who were aided by 29 yards in Detroit penalties on the drive.

Jason Hanson of the Lions attempted a 35-yard field goal midway through the second quarter, but it was blocked by Leodis McKelvin.

Detroit starting quarterback Matthew Stafford and backup Shaun Hill each played briefly. Stafford threw for a touchdown pass and completed 2-for-3 passes. For the preseason, he completed 26-of-37 passes for 360 yards and 3 touchdowns. Hill ran for a touchdown in his brief appearance.

Third string quarterback Kellen Moore has completed 4-for-10 passes for 48 yards. Mikel LeShoure has 14 carries for 41 yards and a touchdown.

Stay with this StoryStream for more coverage of Detroit's final preseason game, and be sure to check out Pride of Detroit for more Lions news. Also visit SB Nation's NFL hub for even more coverage from around the league.

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