The Buffalo Bills fell to the New York Giants 24-10 on Sunday, but it wasn't without a touchdown from rookie running back Karlos Williams. Through the first three games of his career, Williams had scored a touchdown in all of them.
On Sunday, Williams extended that streak to four. Williams is now the only player in the NFL to score a touchdown in each of the first four games. He completed the feat with a 23-yard touchdown reception from Tyrod Taylor down the sideline.
It's not often you see a rookie standing alone with regards to touchdowns, never mind a backup running back. With LeSean McCoy sidelined with a hamstring injury, Williams has stepped in admirably and done a great job.
He'll look to extend his touchdown streak next week against the Tennessee Titans.
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