PatsFans.com Menu
PatsFans.com - The Hub For New England Patriots Fans
Search

New England Patriots > Patriots Blog

Bills Fans Troll Patriots Heading Into Sunday’s Pivotal Division Matchup

Robert Alvarez
Robert Alvarez on Twitter
2 years ago at 10:43 pm ET
Posted Under: Patriots Twitter

Bills Fans Troll Patriots Heading Into Sunday’s Pivotal Division MatchupNov 23, 2015; Foxborough, MA, USA; The Buffalo Bills and New England Patriots line up during the first half at Gillette Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Mark L. Baer-USA TODAY Sports

Over the past two decades, the New England Patriots haven’t been kind to the Buffalo Bills.

Since 2000, Bill Belichick’s Patriots own a dominant 35-5 record against their division rivals from western New York and have won the last eight meetings.

The Buffalo Bills last beat the Patriots in October 2016 when quarterback Tom Brady was serving his suspension.

All that history aside, in 2020 the Bills find themselves leading the AFC East at 5-2, while the Patriots sit in third place at 2-4.

On Sunday, both teams will square off for the first time this season and given the Patriots recent struggles, the “Bills Mafia” is feeling pretty confident their team can finally vanquish past Patriots demons.

On Twitter Friday, Pats fan Fitzy showed off Buffalo’s confidence in the form of a billboard “troll job” that reads “Brady Can’t Save You” in Cam Newton’s trademark font.

Take a look for yourself in the following tweet.

The Bills will look to back up the hype around their young team at 1pm Sunday in Orchard Park, NY but Patriots quarterback Cam Newton intends to put up a fight and remains positive.

“This is a must-win for us, and I’m going to control the things that I can control,” Newton said. “I have two or three more days to prepare and that’s what I plan on doing”

“Listen man, good vibes, good energies, you have to speak things into existence. I refute [that thought],” he said. “My main focus is to play a better version of what I’ve been playing lately — protecting the football. That’s the key to victory.”

So sure, Tom Brady will not be saving the Patriots this Sunday, but Newton may have the last laugh.


How Was This Article?
Excellent
Excellent
Interesting
Interesting
Meh
Meh
Try Again
Try Again


Posted Under: Patriots Twitter
Tags: Cam Newton Fitzy Tom Brady

  • Subscribe For Patriots Content Delivered by 6:30am Each Day


  • guest

    This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.

    0 Comments
    Inline Feedbacks
    View all comments

  • More News Headlines:

    ICYMI PHOTO: Julian Edelman Pokes Fun At “Dr.” Bill Belichick

    ICYMI PHOTO: Julian Edelman Pokes Fun At “Dr.” Bill Belichick

    By: Robert Alvarez
    Julian Edelman pokes fun at Bill Belichick following his Wednesday press conference where he reminded the media he was not a doctor.
    1 day ago
    VIDEO: Would You Rather With Patriots CB Jonathan Jones

    VIDEO: Would You Rather With Patriots CB Jonathan Jones

    By: Robert Alvarez
    Patriots veteran CB Jonathan Jones plays a challenging "Who You Rather" game in a funny video shared by the team.
    1 day ago
    To Upset the Packers, Patriots Need to Stop Making Untimely Mistakes

    To Upset the Packers, Patriots Need to Stop Making Untimely Mistakes

    By: Ian Logue
    When it comes to beating the Green Bay Packers on Sunday, the New England Patriots just need to do something they haven't been able to…
    3 days ago
    VIDEO: Sideline Sights and Sounds From Week 3 vs Baltimore

    VIDEO: Sideline Sights and Sounds From Week 3 vs Baltimore

    By: Robert Alvarez
    Check out the mic'd up video footage from the Patriots sideline during the home opener vs the Baltimore Ravens.
    3 days ago
    VIDEO: NFL Fan Therapy – The Pats Lost and Mac’s Ankle’s Cooked

    VIDEO: NFL Fan Therapy – The Pats Lost and Mac’s Ankle’s Cooked

    By: Robert Alvarez
    Francis discusses the Patriots' week three defeat to the Baltimore Ravens and Mac Jones' ankle injury in the latest "NFL Fan Therapy".
    3 days ago

  • Search For Links: - CLOSE
    For searches with multiple players
    add commas (Ex: "Bill Belichick, Devin McCourty")