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September 29, 2019
And then there’d be one unbeaten left in the AFC East.
The New England Patriots’ Sunday visit to Orchard Park ended in a 16-10 win over the Buffalo Bills. No style points were awarded.
Here’s a touchdown’s worth of observations from what went into the tug-of-war for 4-0. (READ MORE) by
The difference between the two teams in the first half was a special teams score. On a Bills punt, New England overloaded the protection and blocked the punt, returning it for a touchdown. Otherwise, the offense was pretty even in terms of both yards and time of possession. The Bills succeeded with their ground game, powered by Frank Gore, and the Patriots with Tom Brady’s arm. The only team to find the end zone was New England. Off of one of Josh Allen’s turnovers, Brady perfectly placed a pass for James White on the wheel route to put the Patriots on the goalline, and Brandon Bolden took a jet sweep in for the score. Stephen Gostkowski missed the extra point on that play, and Buffalo missed a 49-yard field goal just before the half, leading to a 13-3 halftime score. (READ MORE) by