Bills special teams spark 34-10 win over Seattle - Spokane, North Idaho News & Weather

Bills special teams spark 34-10 win over Seattle

SEATTLE, Wash. - The Buffalo Bills' special teams led them to a 34-10 victory over the Seattle Seahawks on Sunday.

Roscoe Parrish scored on a 63-yard punt return, and punter Brian Moorman completed a 19-yard touchdown pass to defensive end Ryan Denney on a fake field goal, sparking Buffalo to a stunning and dominating win.

As if that wasn't enough, kicker Rian Lindell recovered a fumble on a kickoff, setting up Trent Edwards 30-yard touchdown pass to Robert Royal.

Marshawn Lynch also scored on a 21-yard run in a game in which the Bills never trailed, blowing out the flat-footed and injury-depleted four-time defending NFC West champions. Buffalo opened a season with a win for only the fourth time in 12 years.