The New York Giants got back on track in the NFC East by beating the surprising Buffalo Bills 27-24 in a see-saw battle on Sunday.

The Giants, bouncing back from an upset home loss last week to the Seattle Seahawks, drove 76 yards after an interception near their goal line by Corey Webster for a go-ahead, 23-yard field goal by Lawrence Tynes with 1:32 left.

The winning drive was kept alive by two pass interference penalties on cornerback Drayton Florence in coverage against wide receiver Hakeem Nicks.

Giants quarterback Eli Manning completed 21-of-32 passes for 292 yards, while Bradshaw gained 104 yards rushing on 26 carries.

The victory improved New York's record to 4-2 and dropped the Bills to 4-2. Both teams have byes next week.

After a 17-17 tie at intermission, the Giants took the lead with a touchdown on their first possession of the second half when Bradshaw capped a 75-yard drive with his third short yardage touchdown plunge to make it 24-17.

New York tried to add to the lead after Webster intercepted a Fitzpatrick pass but Alex Carrington blocked a 51-yard field goal try by Tynes.

After taking over at the 40-yard line, Buffalo converted a fourth-and-one from midfield on a quarterback sneak by Fitzpatrick to keep the drive alive.

An off-sides penalty against defensive end Jason Pierre-Paul on a third-and-four provided another first down and Fitzpatrick took advantage by connecting with Stevie Johnson on a nine-yard touchdown pass to tie it at 24-24 midway through the fourth quarter.