Found September 30, 2012 on Beantown Banter:
After losing two painful games the past two weeks, New England travels to Buffalo, looking to get back on track. The Bills enter the game at 2-1, tied for first place with the Jets. Many analysts, including myself, counted out Buffalo after they gave up 48 points to the Jets on opening day. However, led by explosive running back C.J. Spiller, Buffalo convincingly beat the Chiefs and Browns. Buffalo ranks 3rd in the NFL in rushing with 178 yards per game. Fortunately for New England, C.J. Spiller and Fred Jackson are both game-time decisions. If neither running back can play, I expect the Bills to be in a world of trouble. As always, if the Patriots follow my keys to victory, they will get this season back on track today! Keys on Offense: 1. Make plays in the Redzone. In the first three weeks, Tom Brady has only 4 touchdown passes. Two to Rob Gronkowski, and one each to Julian Edelman and Aaron Hernandez. This needs to change for the Patriots to have success not only today, but for ...
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