Taylor's offense line play was not as bad as it was in last week's loss to the Jets.
In a nutshell: The Bills have been resilient this season when it comes to stemming the tide following a loss.
Subplots:-Kelvin Benjamin in his first start for the Bills was targeted three times on the opening drive of the game and made one reception for nine yards. On New Orleans' final scoring drive, the Saints drove 94 yards on 10 plays, all runs - including Drew Brees' seven-yard TD scramble.
Taylor was 9-for-18 for 56 yards and an interception before being pulled in the fourth quarter with the Bills down 30-plus. The last time the Bills allowed a pair of 100-yard rushers was against New England in 2012. The Bills didn't do themselves many favors on the early downs either. Mark Ingram took it in from a yard out to give the Saints a 7-3 advantage midway through the first quarter. Kyle Williams recovered a fumble which was forced by Ramon Humber on Josh Hill. Nathan Peterman replaced him but is no threat to steal Taylor's starting job. Brees found the end zone on a 7-yard score.
The ambulance had to be brought out on the field to load him up and take him to the nearest hospital.