Ryan Talbot: New England 34-27
The game will be closer than most expect, but in the end our defense will tire out. The Bills will once again be too pass-happy and that will cost them in the end.
Brandon Hess: New England 27-17
Despite seeing improvement from the Buffalo defense last Sunday against the Texans, the Bills just aren’t primed to go toe to toe with the Patriots in Foxboro. Buffalo will play a smart game, controlling the clock on offense and limiting turnovers to keep the game within reach, but they’ll fail to make the critical plays in the fourth quarter necessary to win.
John Snyder: New England 37-20
The Bills offense has shown that they can put points up against the Patriots as they have scored 28, 21, and 34 points in the past three meetings. They have also proven they cannot stop Tom Brady and the Patriots offense as they have hung 52, 49, and 31 on the Bills defense over the past three contests. I don’t see either trend changing as the Pats beat the Bills 37-20.
Mike Straw: Bills
Mike Bundt: New England 42-21
I can’t see the Bills stopping the Patriots offense at all. For those reasons, I see New England winning in a rout.
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