Patriots Spook Bills In 41-25 Win

Patriots Spook Bills In 41-25 Win


Patriots Spook Bills In 41-25 Win


We are onto a bye week and the Patriots are now 7-and-1. The Patriots will now go into a bye with the best record in the NFL. The Bills may have beaten the Patriots without Brady but with Brady it was a whole different story. The Patriots’ last two trips to Buffalo have produced 40 and 41 points.

The Bills never had a chance in this one as it was really all patriots all day. The Bills did open with a field goal but the Patriots answered very quickly with a touchdown and a 53-yard field goal by Stephen Gostkowski.

Belichick after the game would say “Steve is one of the best kickers in the league no one I would rather send out there”.

Gostkowski definitely had a momentum builder of a game going 2-for-2 on field goals and 5-for-5 with extra points. So hopefully going into the bye week this will build his confidence and he will be better than ever come week 10.

Brady also had himself a day going 22-of-33 for 315 yards and four touchdowns and yes zero interceptions. He has yet to throw one since returning from his suspension. Brady had a huge 53-yard touchdown pass to Gronkowski which really got the team going. That was Gronk’s 69th touchdown of his career meaning he has now broken the record for most franchise touchdown catches.”It was a good team

“It was a good team win” Bill Belichick said after the game but yet he should have nothing to be disappointed in they played very well in all phases of the game. The Patriots are averaging 34.0 points per game in four games since Brady’s return. Averaged 20.3 without him. Tom Brady since reintroducing himself: 132.2 QB Rating 1,319 yards 12 TDs 0 INTs 4 wins 0 losses

Some other stats coming from this game are Tom Brady since reintroducing himself: 132.2 QB Rating 1,319 yards 12 TDs 0 INTs 4 wins 0 losses.

The Patriots will now have extra time to prepare for the Seattle Seahawks as they will come to town in a week 10 showdown on Sunday Night Football.

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