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The Patriots play the Bills on Monday Night Football and are looking to go 10-0. Buffalo has won two in a row but is lifetime only 3-24 against Tom Brady
The Bills are healthy and on a two-game winning streak against teams from the AFC East. The Patriots are banged up and this sets the stage for Monday night.
The Patriots added three new players to their front seven of the defense this week trading for LB Jon Bostic and DL Akiem Hicks while signing Khyri Thornton
The Buffalo Bills did not suffer any letdown after their loss to the Patriots, as they traveled to south Florida and pummeled Miami, 41-14, to advance to 2-1. While three games is too soon to to reach a definitive conclusion, it appears that Buffalo has finally found a quarterback. Tyrod Taylor is completing 75% of his passes with seven touchdown passes to three interceptions, a passer rating of 116.1, and is also averaging 5.6 yards a carry. Taylor was able to stretch the defense with deep, accurate throws; against Miami he was 21-29 for 277 yards with three touchdowns, no picks, and no sacks. Tight end Charles Clay (5 catches for 82 yards and a TD at Miami) has been a nice pickup, and it is worth noting that the Bills were able to score those 41 points without LeSean McCoy.
Tom Brady continued his mastery over the Buffalo Bills on Sunday. Brady passed for 466 yards and three touchdowns as New England won 40-32.
The big news is that the Patriots are preparing for an early season divisional game and the Bills are prepping for a Week 2 Super Bowl.
The Patriots will be looking to go 2-0 by beating the Bills on the road. They’ll look to start quickly and put pressure on the Buffalo offense to keep pace.
The Patriots and Bills meet for the 111th time in Buffalo on Sunday. The divisional rivalry was given a boost with the arrival of Rex Ryan in 2015 w/Buffalo
The Patriots travel to Buffalo to take on a rejuvenated Bills team that Rex Ryan has put his stamp on already. The Bills thumped the Colts 27-14 last week
Week one is in the books, and here’s a look at some players in the AFC East and on the Patriots that helped their stock, while others didn’t fare as well.
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