The Buffalo Bills lost their second straight on Sunday, getting trounced at home by the red hot New Orleans Saints 47-10.

Buffalo totaled just 198 yards of total offense in losing for the first time this season at New Era Field. The Saints, meanwhile, ran for 298 yards and made a run for 500 total yards on the game (482). Drew Brees threw for a season low 184 yards but that's primarily because he wasn't needed.

Mark Ingram found the endzone three times and ran for 131 yards, and Alvin Kamara rushed for 106 with a touchdown on just 12 carries - pushing New Orleans to its seventh straight victory.

Tyrod Taylor was 9-of-18 for just 56 yards on the day with an interception. Backup Nathan Peterman came in late to mop up and led the Bills on a six play, 75 yard drive that ended with a TD pass to Nick O'Leary.

The Bills (5-4) will look to turn it around on the road next Sunday when the visit the Los Angeles Chargers.

The Saints (7-2) host Washington.