Brady's New England Patriots overwhelm Buffalo Bills

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Bills fans

I think that was a third down play, too.

For the second consecutive week, Patriots quarterback Tom Brady had the most success targeting the middle of the field against the Buffalo defense.

He became the third player in Bills history to receive the honor. We will select some and post them on ChicagoBears.com Thursday.

There's little reason for Bills observers to be optimistic about the offense doing anything major against the Patriots defense, as shaky and inconsistent as they've been.

On Bills pass rusher Lorenzo Alexander's second sack of the game, both right guard Shaq Mason and right tackle LaAdrian Waddle lose blocks causing the sack.

As has been the case all too often the season, a great defensive effort by the Bills with squandered by an anemic offense. The visit was part of this year's Buffalo Bills Community Outreach Tuesday, where over 20 Bills players made special trips to four different community groups.

With a Patriots offense that has been scoring around 38 points a game for the past several weeks, the Bills offense may be forced to throw more than they'd like and get away from their running game.

Once again, the defense at least tried to put the offense on its back.

If you tried the play in "Tecmo Super Bowl", it was usually thwarted before the quarterback even got the ball back, broken up in the backfield by the defense. Add to it these numbers running and it will not be a good outcome, and wasn't.

The Patriots (5-2) enter as one of the NFL's hottest teams and coming off a four-game win streak.

For whatever reason, throwing these inanimate rubber objects on the field is just kind of a thing that Bills mafia does, and when "Monday Night Football" comes to Buffalo, you can bet they aren't calming down with the enthusiasm.

Now he's facing his old team and the Bills will be trying to get their passing game going with Kelvin Benjamin and Zay Jones on the outside.

Anderson finished 22 of 39 for 290 yards and two interceptions.

"10 years; I've had bad games, but this is just the worst", McCoy said.

Pryor has been used as mostly as a receiver at the National Football League level, and had 14 catches for 235 yards and two touchdowns with the Jets. "This was a game where they were moving the ball and couldn't get into the end zone", McCourty said. Some blame for that lack of production should fall on the offensive line, which lost stalwart center Eric Wood and guard Richie Incognito to retirement last offseason, but McCoy's struggles to consistently gain positive yards and make game-breaking runs have become striking.

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