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In week three, the Buffalo Bills were a different team. They were gunning for first place and looking to take the monkey off their back after losing to the Patriots for years without a win. The Patriots jumped to a 21-0 lead and it looked like another day at the office for the Patriots.
Then suddenly the Bills came to life on offense and defense, turning the game into a shootout. Forcing Tom Brady and the Patriots offense into four turnovers and shredding the defense by spreading them out in five wide sets, they attacked the man to man defense the Patriots played.
The Bills came back to win 34-31 and it seemed it was a changing of the guard in the AFC East. Buffalo fans celebrated as Patriots fans thought the sky was falling.
The Bills went 3-9 after that game, while the Patriots went 10-2.
It looked like facing each other in the final game of the year would be for the AFC East. However, that's clearly not the case as the Patriots have clinched the AFC for the 9th time...
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New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady was listed as probable for Sunday's regular-season finale against the Buffalo Bills.
Brady injured his non-throwing shoulder last weekend in a win over the Miami Dolphins.
NFL.com, citing a source, reported that Brady is dealing with a sprained left shoulder and playing is a matter of "pain control."
New England can wrap...
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And in other news… there is a game today. The Patriots can lock up home-field advantage throughout the playoffs with a win over the Bills, and they...
FOXBORO, Mass. -- Patriots quarterback Tom Brady says he doesn't entertain the thought of achieving a significant passing milestone during Sunday's regular-season finale against the Bills. Brady has 4,897 passing yards through 15 games, which is already the fourth most in one season in NFL history. With 103 yards (Brady has hit that mark in 153 of his 159 regular-season starts...
Tom Brady is listed as "probable" on the Patriots' injury report for Sunday's regular-season finale against the Bills.
An injury to his left, non-throwing shoulder limited Brady's participation in practice Friday for a second straight day after he sat out practice Wednesday. The "probable"...
Tom Brady is practicing with the New England Patriots after being limited in Thursday's session by an injury to his non-throwing shoulder.
Tom Brady “dinged” his shoulder during Saturday’s win over the Dolphins and he missed practice Wednesday, but the Patriots say those two events are not related. Brady’s absence was officially listed as was “not injury related” on the injury report released Wednesday. Tackle Sebastian Vollmer (foot) and guard Logan Mankins (knee) also missed practice. If…
Anytime Tom Brady misses any practice time due to injury it's cause for concern all around Patriots Nation. That was the case earlier this week so it leads to an obvious question, should Bill Belichick sit him on Sunday against Buffalo?
(12-29) 21:46 PST - Tom Brady participated in practice Thursday on a limited basis because of a left shoulder injury.
The Patriots quarterback had missed Wednesday's session, but the team said his absence was not injury-related.
Comcast SportsNet reported Wednesday that Brady had X-rays to...
FOXBOROUGH, Mass. (AP) -- Tom Brady missed the New England Patriots first practice of the week with a reported injury to his non-throwing shoulder.
New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady was a participant in practice for the second straight day Friday and is listed as probable for Sunday's season finale against Buffalo.
The Buffalo Bills travel to Gillette Stadium this Sunday to do battle with the New England Patriots. Oh wait, I forgot to mention, the once again playoff bound Patriots. The season has been over for the Bills for a few weeks now, and they are going to be playing for pride and hopefully to let Tom Brady and company know that the last time these two teams faced off, the Bills victory...
Bills coach Chan Gailey said after practice today receiver Brad Smith is not expected to play against the Patriots Sunday.
"It looks like he's not going to make it," Gailey said. "We're holding out hope, but I just don't see how he can. He's got a hamstring that just won't go away."
Veteran Derek Hagan, who has caught six passes in the past...