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Tom Brady is looking to keep the New England Patriots' league-best offense rolling after a bye week.
Based on recent history, he should have no problem doing that against the struggling Buffalo Bills.
The Patriots host the Bills on Sunday looking for a 12th straight home win in the series and a 23rd victory in the last 25 meetings overall.
Brady is 19-2 against Buffalo, completing 65.3 percent of his passes for 5,170 yards, 49 touchdowns - his most against any team - and 17 interceptions for a 103.4 rating.
New England (5-3) faced a 21-7 deficit in the third quarter of their last meeting on Sept. 30. But the Patriots forced four turnovers in the final 30 minutes and Brady's big second half - he threw for 199 yards and three TDs - led to a 52-28 victory.
The Patriots' bye last week followed a 45-7 blowout of St. Louis in London, their fourth win in five games. New England gets back to work with a one-game lead in the AFC East and believing it has plenty of improvemen...
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