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Bills Shell Shocked by Patriots 45 Points in the Second Half in 52-28 Loss

Like a hurricane you never saw coming, the Patriots offense Sunday woke up out of a deep sleep, and there was nothing that the Bills could do about it. The result – a 52-28 beating that cements again just who is the top team to beat in the AFC East. The Bills lead the game […]

2012 NFL Week Four Preivew – New England vs Buffalo

Wounded or dangerous? That’s the big question about the Pats these days, as they are 1-2, under .500 for the first time in 9 years, and ready to head to Buffalo to play the Bills Sunday. Buffalo on the other hand find themselves at 2-1, looking good despite injuries to their two top running backs […]

2012 AFC East Preview – Can the Bills Get to the Posteason?

4. Miami Dolphins: projected regular season 5-11 (1-5 in division) Although the Miami Dolphins might be the deepest team in the NFL at QB, they still do not have a definitive starter who will contribute to their poor season.  Losing one of the NFL’s premiere wide-outs in Brandon Marshall (and replacing him with Chad Ochocinco) […]

Bills Blow 21-0 Lead in Season Finale 49-21 Loss to Patriots

In the first meeting between the Bills and Pats in Week 3, the Bills overcame a 21-0 deficit for a 34-31 victory in which Tom Brady threw four interceptions. On Sunday, the Patriots returned the favor, falling behind the Bills 21-0, and then coming back to crush Buffalo 49-21 to end the year 6-10. The […]

Better effort, same result as Bills lose in New Engalnd 38-30

While the Bills played tough, the end result was the same, as the team falls to 0-3 on the season with a 38-30 setback to the New England Patriots on the road. Losing to the Pats is nothing news, as the Bills have dropped now 14 straight against their East rivals. The offense at least […]

NFL Week Three Video Preview: Bills at Patriots

SportsGab Editor Matt Loede takes a look and previews this week three matchup between the Bills and Pats in New England.