◼️ New England won 25-6 in Buffalo in a duel that was resolved in the fourth period.

The Patriots scored 13 unanswered points in the fourth quarter and managed to solve what was a difficult game during the first three quarters in Buffalo. But with a touchdown by James White and a pick-six by Devin McCourty, the New England Patriots won 25-6 against the Buffalo Bills.


 


It wasn’t until the fourth period that the first touchdown of the game fell courtesy of White and six field goals scored between the two teams. It was a carry from the Pats’ RB of just one yard which opened the key for NE.

After the touchdown, McCourty returned an 84-yard interception to put the final blow in a game in which surprisingly Tom Brady didn’t throw a single touchdown pass.



TB12 threw for 324 yards but left without scoring, nor did he suffer a single interception. Instead, Anderson threw for 290 yards without TD and the costly interception that buried the Bills’ aspirations.



After the victory, New England put on a 6-2 record at the top of the division, in contrast to Buffalo’s 2-6 record that dramatically misses the opportunity to return to the Playoffs for the second year in a row.


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