Tom Brady's record is 27-3 all-time as the starter against the Buffalo Bills and on an beautiful first sunday in December in Orchard Park no prayers where answered for Bills fans.
After a 9-3 slow first half Tom Brady showed why he is mentioned as one of the best to every play quarterback by carving the Bills defense up slice by slice. The Patriots scored 2 touchdowns in the 3rd quarter, Rex Burkhead’s 1-yard touchdown run and after a 78-yard drive that ended with Burkhead’s 14-yard run, the big play came on a 30-yard reception by Rob Gronkowski.
Taylor Taylor suffered a knee injury and was carted off the field, Nathan Peterman came in and marched the Bills all the way to the Patriots 1-yard line but the drive stalled with a fade route on fourth down to rookie receiver Zay Jones.
The Bills are 6-6, and they aren’t out of the playoff race yet, they have 4 must win games two against Miami, and next week at home against Indianapolis, and New England again. That would give the Bills nine wins and maybe a chance at the playoffs.