Derrelle Revis' interception capped another solid outing for the cornerback in the Darrelle-versus-Terrell season sequel. He limited Terrell Owens to three catches for 13 yards in their first meeting. This time, Owens managed three catches for 31 yards.
"I just try the best I can," Revis said. "We know he's a big-time receiver. I get that job every week."
The game was Buffalo's second in Toronto, part of a five-year, $78 million deal the Bills reached with Toronto-based Rogers Communications last year to play one annual regular-season game and three preseason contests in Canada's largest city and financial capital.
"This is my first time going outside of the country. I got my passport for the first time," Revis said. "It was a good time."
Owens chalked up the loss to missed opportunities due to breakdowns by Buffalo's patchwork offensive line, which lost right tackle Kirk Chambers to an injured left ankle late in the second quarter.
"We had an opportunity there at the end to at least establish something, but it was too little, too late," Owens said.