Quick Take: Bills overwhelm Hasselbeck

It was over when ...
The Bills scored 14 points in 25 seconds late in the third quarter. The Seahawks defense had appeared to dig in, holding the Bills to a field goal. But Buffalo executed a flawless fake with Brian Moorman throwing a 19-yard touchdown pass to a wide-open Ryan Denney for the touchdown. Trent Edwards hit Robert Royal on a 30-yard touchdown pass after a fumble on the ensuing kickoff to change the face of the game.

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Kawika Mitchell won a Super Bowl with the Giants last season, and now he's looking to get the Bills to the playoffs. Mitchell made a good first impression as he constantly bothered quarterback Matt Hasselbeck and seemed to be all over the field for the Bills.

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The Bills were strongest when it counted. The Seahawks converted only 3 of 16 third-down opportunities (18.8 percent).

Maurice Morris made the start after serving the previous six years as Shaun Alexander's backup. Morris, however, left the game with a knee injury and did not return. ... The Seahawks, who were already thin at receiver, took another big blow when Nate Burleson left with a knee injury. Seneca Wallace had to field punts after Burleson left the game. ... The Bills are 4-0 under Dick Jauron when they score 30-plus points. ... Seahawks are 10-21 vs the AFC on the road since 1999, and have lost nine of their last 11 away from home.

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