ORCHARD PARK, N. Wholesale Heat Jerseys .Y. - Quarterback Kyle Orton keeps delivering in the clutch since taking over the starting job in Buffalo. And receiver Sammy Watkins is certainly showing signs of playing up to his dynamic first-round draft-pick promise for the Bills.The 10-year NFL journeyman and 21-year-old rookie combined for a 2-yard touchdown with 1 second left in a 17-16 victory over the Minnesota Vikings on Sunday.Any time you get a chance to go on a game-winning drive, its awesome, Orton said. We hung in there, made some mistakes, but in the end we got the win, and that was our goal.Facing second-and-goal, Orton accepted the shotgun snap and immediately turned to his left, where he zipped a pass to Watkins who was a few yards deep in the end zone and had a step on cornerback Xavier Rhodes.The touchdown capped a 15-play, 80-yard drive in a game the Bills offence turned the ball over four times and lost starting running backs C.J. Spiller and Fred Jackson to injuries.Orton shook off an interception and a lost fumble to finish 31 of 43 for 283 yards and two touchdowns, both to Watkins who finished with nine catches for 122 yards.To make the last play to win the game in Buffalo, its the best feeling ever, said Watkins.The player selected with the No. 4 pick out of Clemson then smiled and referred to his teammates when asked about his rookie status, I never really feel like a rookie except when those guys make me feel like one.Orton, who signed with Buffalo a week before the start of the season, improved to 2-1 since replacing second-year starter EJ Manuel.He won his first start three weeks ago with a drive that set up Dan Carpenters 58-yard field goal with 4 seconds left in a 17-14 win at Detroit.The Bills (4-3) snapped a two-game home losing streak, and bounced back from a 37-22 loss to New England.The Vikings (2-5) lacked finish on both defence and behind the Teddy Bridgewater-led offence that managed one touchdown — Cordarrelle Pattersons 4-yard catch — and three field goals on five trips inside the Bills 40.There are no words that can describe this loss, defensive tackle Sharrif Floyd said. Its the last play of the game. Ive got nothing to say about that except it hurts.The Vikings had their opportunities, only to give Orton new life on the final drive that began with 3:07 left.Orton extended the drive by converting a fourth-and-20 with a 24-yard pass to tight end Scott Chandler over the middle. Three plays later, Orton hit Watkins on a crossing pattern for an 18-yard gain on third-and-12.And Orton set up the decisive score by threading a 28-yard pass to Chris Hogan at the 2 along the left sideline.That hurt. Everything hurt. The touchdowns, fourth-and-20, everything hurt, said defensive end Everson Griffen, who had three sacks. We want the victory. It feels better when you get a victory. The sacks dont mean nothing when you lose.Bridgewater went 15 of 26 for 157 yards with a touchdown and two interceptions in his third career start, and first on the road. Rookie running back Jerick McKinnon had 103 yards rushing.Ahead 13-10, the Vikings squandered a chance to build a 10-point lead early in the fourth quarter when Bridgewater faced a first-and-goal at Buffalos 7.They instead went backward after Bridgewater was sacked on consecutive plays. Minnesota settled for a 33-yard field goal.The Bills finished with five sacks and Leodis McKelvin had two interceptions.Not all the news was good for Buffalo.Coach Doug Marrone said Spiller is out indefinitely after hurting his left shoulder while falling hard to the turf following a 53-yard run in the second quarter. Spiller was in tears while being carted off the length of the field.Jacksons status is uncertain, too. He had his head in his hands while being carted from the sideline with a groin injury late in the first quarter. Marrone said the team is awaiting tests to determine the severity of Jacksons injury.The injuries depleted Buffalos backfield to third-string running back Anthony Dixon and fullback Frank Summers.Dixon finished with 51 yards rushing.NOTES: Vikings starting centre John Sullivan (concussion) and starting right guard Vladimir Ducasse (right knee) did not return after being hurt. Coach Mike Zimmer did not have an update on their status. ... The four turnovers by the Bills were their most since committing five (four interceptions and a fumble) in a 27-6 loss at Tampa Bay last Dec. 8. ... At halftime, the Bills honoured retired radio play-by-play broadcaster Van Miller, by placing his name on the Ralph Wilson Stadiums Wall of Fame.___AP NFL website: www.pro32.ap.org and http://twitter.com/AP_NFL Discount Heat Jerseys . - No matter the lineup or location, the San Antonio Spurs are rolling through the NBA again this spring, just the way they have for most of the last two decades. 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Peralta had been tied for wins with four pitchers in the NL and two in the AL. This victory put him on top, even if briefly. "Thats a thing that Ive been working hard (for) in the off-season and been working hard in the season, to be on top," he said. Brewers manager Ron Roenicke has a lot of confidence in his burly right-hander. "I know its on his mind that when we need a good start, hes going to do whatever he can to give us that start," Roenicke said. "And, its worked well for him. Just continue to give us those good starts. We need the big, strong guy to have innings and keep the run totals down." Jake Peavy (0-3) is 0-12 in 18 outings since winning at Toronto while with Boston on April 25. He has lost five straight starts overall. Giants manager Bruce Bochy said that it was a tough game for his team facing Peralta and three relievers. "We saw velocity today," he said. "All the pitchers that threw at us, they had a lot of good stuff. Im sure thats why we had 12 strikeouts." Peavy showed some hustle in the fifth. He struck out swinging, but when the ball skipped away from catcher Jonathan Lucroy, he raced to first on the wild pitch. Peavy didnt even draw a throw and later scored on Hunter Pences single. Peralta might have become rattled in the past with the Giants threatening to score. Not this time. "Thats a situation where you have to calm down and make your pitches," Peralta said. With runners at first and second and no outs, Peralta struck out Buster Posey and then got Pablo Sandoval to hit into a double play. "I was able to do that today," Peralta said. Posey and Sandoval, those are two greatt hitters. Authentic Justise Winslow Jersey. I was (able to) strike out Posey, and just trying to make Sandoval make contact and get a ground ball. I was able to find it." The key hit was missing when the Giants needed it. "We did create some pretty good opportunities," Bochy said. "Just couldnt get that timely hit today." Peavy gave up three runs in 5 2-3 innings in his third start since being acquired from the Red Sox. "He battled well today," Bochy said. "He gave us a gutty effort. He kept us there in the game. Gave us a chance. Thats what you want from your starter." After escaping a first-inning jam, Peralta pitched effectively until the seventh. He left with two outs and two on, and Jeremy Jeffress retired Hunter Pence on a fly ball to preserve a 3-1 lead. Francisco Rodriguez pitched the ninth for his 34th save. It was 1-all until the sixth. Aramis Ramirez doubled and scored on a ground-rule double by Khris Davis, whose soft liner down the right-field line was picked up by a fan. Davis came home on Mark Reynolds sacrifice fly to deep left. Ryan Braun snapped a 0-for-12 skid with a RBI double in the Milwaukee first. TRAINERS ROOM Giants: Outfielder Angel Pagan (back inflammation) was activated from the 15-day disabled list prior to the game and got two hits. He missed 44 games while the Giants went 18-26 with him out of the lineup. Infielder Matt Duffy was optioned to Double-A Richmond Flying Squirrels. Brewers: Second baseman Scooter Gennett was held out of the game in a precautionary move. He played Wednesday night after missing four of the last five games with quadriceps tightness. UP NEXT Giants: San Francisco opens a series at Kansas City on Friday night, with Madison Bumgarner (13-8) starting against the Royals Jason Vargas. Brewers: Right-hander Kyle Lohse (11-6, 3.40) starts at home on Friday night against the Los Angeles Dodgers. SMOOTH Ramirez turned in a sparkling defensive play at third base in the second inning. Andrew Susac hit a hard grounder down the line that Ramirez snared with a diving grab. His momentum carried him a few steps behind the bag in foul territory. 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