Patriots Beat Bills for 11th-Straight AFC East Title

Monday, 23 Dec, 2019

But Tom Brady got hot at just the right time, leading New England to a 24-17 win in the AFC East Division.

The Patriots trailed 17-13 entering the fourth quarter, which marked the first time they were behind at home through three quarters against a division rival since the 2016 season. Harry was stopped for no gain, the Bills got the ball on the New England 41, and drove down the field to steal seven points before halftime. He finished with less than 200 yards passing for the second straight game and his third in the past four games. Both teams have already clinched playoff berths. The Patriots offense put up a pathetic 16 points.

The patriots' victory on Saturday secured the organization another title in the AFC East Division. The Patriots defense leads the league in takeaways with 36 on the season.

This isn't to say the defense is to blame for the loss because they kept them in this game. Bills quarterback Josh Allen missed the end of the game due to injury, making the Bills rely on backup Matt Barkley during the game's final possessions.

A win in that game will secure a first-round play-off bye. Allen is using those games to adjust his approach, but he's also never seen pressure like that before.

Buffalo wraps up their season next Sunday against the New York Jets at New Era Field.

The Bills are healthy.

The game was pretty low-scoring, tight, and involved a comeback by the Patriots from down 17-13.

On the season, the wide out has 92 catches 1,019 yards and six touchdowns.

Bill Belichick gambled on a 4th-and-inches late in the second quarter, and Josh McDaniels dialed up an end around to N'Keal Harry. He still hasn't practiced since the injury.

Defensive back Jonathan Jones was out, also with a groin injury, after missing all week in practice. The Patriots out-execute the resistance more frequently than not when it counts. Allen had to leave the game after the hit with a concussion. Edelman has been dealing with multiple injuries and looked to be labored last week against the Bengals, finishing with just two catches for nine yards.

Bill Belichick has watched more game film than probably any other coach on the planet. "I'm super thankful for this experience and what we were able to do here". They've an outstanding defense and seldom make mistakes on special teams. They make you earn everything. "The fact we were running it good was really important".

Throughout the sport Brady threw a fairly good lead block on a big-play reverse, leveling Payments Professional Bowl cornerback Tre'Davious White. The Patriots quarterback stood in the Patriots' end zone after starting a drive on the 1-yard line. "That's just part of the mindset we've tried to establish here. No question about that".

But against the Bills tough defensive unit, veteran QB Tom Brady knows the secret to success. I believe things change on Saturday and the Bills pull off the massive upset. Obviously that could prove costly since both defenses are playing very well.

"Running the ball well is what sells the run".