In the wake of Villanova's buzzer beating three by Kris Jenkins to win the NCAA basketball title Monday night for the Wildcats, we decided to look back at the three best buzzer beaters by the Bills.
7 – Dan Carpenter's 58-yarder at DetroitWith four seconds left in the game in a 14-14 tie with Detroit in Week 5 of the 2014 season, Dan Carpenter stepped up to the right hash mark at Ford Field and bombed a 58-yarder for a 17-14 victory.
6 – Stevie Johnson's last second TDDown six with six seconds to go in a Week 2 matchup with Carolina, rookie QB EJ Manuel finds Stevie Johnson wide open in the end zone on a busted coverage for a game-tying eight-yard touchdown catch with two seconds left. Dan Carpenter put the extra point through for the one-point win over the Panthers 24-23.
5 – Sammy Watkins last second catch vs. VikingsDown 16-10 on the Minnesota two-yard line, Sammy Watkins pulled in a touchdown catch from Kyle Orton and tip-toed his feet into the front left corner of the end zone to tie the game at 16 with one second remaining before Dan Carpenter put the extra point up and through for the win (17-16).
4 – Andre Reed's Monday night winner vs. RamsTrailing the Los Angeles Rams 20-16 with 14 seconds remaining Frank Reich, filling in for an injured Jim Kelly, who suffered a separated shoulder the week before, found Andre Reed on an eight-yard touchdown pass for the game-winning points in a 23-20 victory on Monday Night Football.
3 – Rian Lindell's 28-yarder vs. New EnglandBuffalo pulled off an unexpected upset in Week 3 of the 2011 season against division rival New England. Fred Jackson appeared to score a go-ahead touchdown on a 38-yard catch and run to the end zone with 1:43 left in the game to break a 31-31 tie.
But replay showed Jackson's knee clearly down before breaking the plane of the end zone. So Ryan Fitzpatrick took a knee three times to run the clock down to three seconds before Rian Lindell stepped up to put a 28-yard field goal up and through as time expired to end the Patriots 15-game winning streak against the Bills with a 34-31 win.
2 – Jim Kelly's last second run at MiamiTied at 24 in the season opener in 1989 at Miami against the rival Dolphins, Jim Kelly on a first-and-goal play from the Miami two-yard line dropped back to pass, but could find no one open. With green grass in front of him, Kelly chose to tuck it and run diving for the end zone. He crossed the goal line just as defenders arrived for a game-winning two-yard touchdown run as time expired in a thrilling 27-24 victory.
1 – Steve Christie's kick for the Wild Card winThe Bills' all-time leading scorer completed the greatest comeback in NFL history when he put his 32-yard attempt through the uprights to give Buffalo an improbable 41-38 overtime victory over the Houston Oilers in the 1992 AFC Wild Card game after trailing 35-3 in the third quarter.