In what had the makings of a competitive game early, the Patriots pulled away for a convincing 23-3 win over the Bills on Sunday.
Brady, whose lone blip on the day was an interception, broke Brett Favre's National Football League record for most wins against a single opponent.More news: South Africa triumph in opening World Rugby Sevens Series event in Dubai
Stephen Gostkowski is a ideal 3 for 3 on field goal attempts, with a long of 50 yards in the windy conditions in western NY. If Sunday was supposed to be a measuring stick game for McDermott's Bills, they fell well short of where they needed to be. The 44-yard run was the longest of Lewis' career.
The Patriots find themselves in a rock fight at New Era Stadium in Orchard Park, New York, where they hold a 9-3 lead at the half over the Buffalo Bills. Five snaps later, facing second-and-10 from New England's' 37, Webb slightly overthrew Travaris Cadet, who was open deep over the middle. Set up by a 27-yard precision pass from Brady to Danny Amendola on the sideline the Patriots would put the first points of the day on the board.More news: Missing Florida teen spotted in NC found safe in NY
Stephen Hauschka booted a 49-yard field goal as Buffalo trailed 9-3 at the half.
But who would have thought that neither of these teams would score a first-half touchdown on Sunday.More news: Israeli Attacks Reported Near Damascus, Israeli Media Removes Story
This was Lee's second game with the Patriots. The 26-year-old played in nine games this season for Tampa Bay and caught two passes for 21 yards and had three carries for 17 yards before being released on Nov 17. Going 70-yards in 10 plays the Patriots were able to extend their lead thanks to a Rex Bulkhead 1-yard touchdown run. But the real story here was that questionable hit in the fourth quarter on Bills' cornerback Tre'Davious White following an interception of Tom Brady. Following the victory for the Patriots they would improve to (10-2) and will go on to face the Miami Dolphins.