TORONTO (Reuters) - Ryan Fitzpatrick began to earn his big raise firing two touchdown passes as the Buffalo Bills crushed the Washington Redskins 23-0 on Sunday to finally record their first regular season win in Canada.

Fitzpatrick, who inked a new six-year $59 million deal on Friday, connected with tight end Scott Chandler on a pair of touchdowns and Fred Jackson ran for 120 yards as the Bills improved to 5-2 and surpassed their win total from last year.

Rian Lindell added three field goals to the Buffalo cause as the Bills continued their domination over Washington (3-4), having won all six meetings since a Super Bowl loss in 1992.

It was also the first regular season win in Canada for the Bills (5-2), who signed a five-year, $78 million deal with Toronto-based Rogers Communication in 2008 to play one home game in Toronto each year at the domed Rogers Center.