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Different country, same result: Bills fall to 0-8

TORONTO -- Jay Cutler threw two touchdown passes, including one to Earl Bennett late in the fourth quarter to give the Chicago Bears a 22-19 victory Sunday and keep the Buffalo Bills winless through eight games this season.

Chester Taylor also scored on a 1-yard plunge for the Bears (5-3), who came out of their bye week to end a two-game skid. Tim Jennings had an interception early in the fourth quarter, with Chicago trailing 19-14.

Bills quarterback Ryan Fitzpatrick went 31-of-51 passing for 299 yards and a touchdown to Roscoe Parrish with two interceptions. Fred Jackson also scored for the Bills (0-8), who are off to their worst start in 26 years.

The game was Buffalo's third regular-season game in Toronto as part of a five-year deal. The Bills have lost all three.

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