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Pats roar back against the Bills

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Last year in Buffalo, the Pats raced to a big lead and then blew it.  This year in Buffalo, the Bills built a 14-point lead.

And now they’ve blown it.

The Pats lead, 28-21, scoring three straight touchdowns after a 68-yard touchdown score put the Bills up, 21-7.

Quarterback Tom Brady has had a hand in every score, a pass to Danny Woodhead and a touchdown run and a pass to Rob Gronkowski.

There’s still nearly a quarter left.  But the Pats have the momentum, and the Bills need to get it back.

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19 Responses to “Pats roar back against the Bills”
  1. giantsfanlewis says: Sep 30, 2012 3:38 PM

    I find it funny you don’t talk about the horrible call that gave Brady the rushing td. That call was a big miss and could have changed the momentum of the game but these refs are perfect though

  2. jtchernak says: Sep 30, 2012 3:40 PM

    Brandon spikes is the truth!

  3. giantsfanlewis says: Sep 30, 2012 3:46 PM

    Oh and they missed a clear helment to helment now in the pats. All is right in the NFL world again

  4. aklolzer says: Sep 30, 2012 4:04 PM

    spikes and mayo are very dirty. spikes launched himself at chandlers head on a blindside block, he should expect a fine. fitzpatrick qb draws and gets hit, is just about to land, and mayo lowers his head and hits him helmet to helmet. Also, regular refs are back now so patriots will start winning games again, organized crime at its finest.

  5. EJ says: Sep 30, 2012 4:15 PM

    The announcers from CBS talk as if the Patriots and Tom Brady are paying them off. What a horrible, horrible game. Its a good thing the Jets got whooped and the Patriots were behind us by a game. 3 way tie. We play again New England, Buffalo will be looking to take a win in your home. Sick of the East rolling the same way every year! Time for a change.

  6. brokenduck says: Sep 30, 2012 4:30 PM

    your team gives up 50 points; yep, those damn refs.

  7. flash1283 says: Sep 30, 2012 4:41 PM

    Did Mario Williams even play?

    All that talk from the bills fans “he’s gonna crush Brady”

    1 tackle
    0 QB pressures
    0 QB hits
    0 sacks

    Bills front 7 was handled!

    #billsmafiasucks

  8. beerbaron says: Sep 30, 2012 4:50 PM

    Weird, I must have missed Mario Williams and Mark Anderson on the inactives list. The offseason is always the best time to be a Bills fan, but you don’t win in the NFL by throwing money at overrated free agents.

    Your prized defensive front four got tossed around by a Pats line missing its best player. I’m sure the Bills are glad the game’s over because at least it means Spikes can’t lay anybody else out and Fitz can’t throw any more picks.

    Also, nice to see your diehard fans filing out of the stadium with 10 minutes left. It’s almost like the Bills are already playing in LA!

  9. wwwmattcom says: Sep 30, 2012 5:01 PM

    Bills took the second half off. The bills never blitzed. The bills never put pressure on Brady. The bills fumbled twice. Fitz’s pics were inconsequential but it shows how bad he can be.

    Its time for a qb who has an arm to step up, a defensive coordinator who won’t coach “don’t lose” football and and someone with some muster to keep this team awake in the second half.

    Oh and Erik Pears had a bad game at right tackle. He wasn’t outplayed. He was asleep.

    But this is OK because they are a better team and going in the right direction year after year.

    Love the Bills. Damn it if they kill me.

  10. patriotinvasion says: Sep 30, 2012 5:04 PM

    Good thing the Bills spent all that money on the D-line. Brady and the Pats only scored 52 and had their first pair of 100 yard rushers in 30 years. Wow.

  11. amorgado91 says: Sep 30, 2012 5:55 PM

    @aklolzer, just like the announcers said, the slide rule is to protect QBs, he clearly didn’t slide….so why did there need to be a penalty and I’m sure if there was a blindside block on Spikes on a punt play it would have been ooooohs and aaaaaahs but not on your guy right?

  12. atxpatfan says: Sep 30, 2012 6:01 PM

    I know…I can’t believe how the Refs gave the Patriots 52 points, 6 TO recoveries and over 250 yards rushing!

    Let’s go back to the Replacements!!

  13. yanksbills says: Sep 30, 2012 6:33 PM

    Yay, the Bills are embarrassed again by a [this time] mediocre Patriots team. Just put us it of out misery already. The LA city council approved the downtown stadium. I’ll see you guys here and I’ll cheer just as hard while expecting half as much.

  14. tb12eatitbitches says: Sep 30, 2012 6:56 PM

    You bills fans and patriots haters are seriously using the “refs” card? What game were you watching? Your right it was the refs that gave up 2 100 yard rushers and recievers. The refs also made super mario disapear and that entire line look like a turnstyle. Get real.

  15. ridleymethis says: Sep 30, 2012 8:11 PM

    its funny how people who call themselves fans of football don’t know the rules. helmet to helmet isn’t illegal, and a shoulder to helmet on a defenseless player is illegal. is it really that hard to understand?

    also I guess beating cleveland and kansas city really didn’t mean much after all.

  16. patriots61 says: Oct 1, 2012 12:04 AM

    All you patriot haters that were hoping this was the year……finally Tom Brady would start acting like a 6th rounder, BB will finally be caught up too by other coaches , and finally the playoffs would not run through New England……………Then we put up 45 in a quarter and a half, our “terrible defense” gets 6 turnovers, and we embarrass the Bills at home. Remember douchbags, we were 3 minutes from yet another super bowl victory just 8 short months ago, and we got ALOT better on both sides of the ball…….stay tuned cause the monster woke up in the third quarter today, and it’s gonna be fun too watch. Pretty bad undrafted rookie Brandon Bolden outplays Freddy jack and spillar combined, #billsgrosslyoverated

  17. brazzz01 says: Oct 1, 2012 1:40 PM

    Well said patriots61. I take pleasure in the misery of Patriots haters. It’s never a bad thing to see them suffer.

    With all of that said, as a Patriots fan I’m pretty neutral toward the Buffalo Bills. Would be kind of cool to see them rise again. They were a lot of fun to watch when they went to 4 Super Bowls in a row. They’re the only division rival that I wish well.

  18. patsfiend says: Oct 1, 2012 5:35 PM

    aklolzer says:
    Sep 30, 2012 4:04 PM
    spikes and mayo are very dirty. spikes launched himself at chandlers head on a blindside block, he should expect a fine. fitzpatrick qb draws and gets hit, is just about to land, and mayo lowers his head and hits him helmet to helmet. Also, regular refs are back now so patriots will start winning games again, organized crime at its finest.
    ——
    Spikes deserves a fine, and it was dirty, no doubt. But his other bone-jarring hits, including the one at the goal line, were legit and game changing. Awesome game by him.

    Go back and watch the play on your Fitz whining… Mayo is in mid-air already and hit Fitzerino in the back of his pads.

    No amount of unfair refereeing can explain the Pats putting up 45 points in a single half, in any case… but please, go ahead and cue up the excuses.

  19. patsfiend says: Oct 1, 2012 5:39 PM

    yanksbills says:
    Sep 30, 2012 6:33 PM
    Yay, the Bills are embarrassed again by a [this time] mediocre Patriots team. Just put us it of out misery already. The LA city council approved the downtown stadium. I’ll see you guys here and I’ll cheer just as hard while expecting half as much.
    ——
    I like the Bills, think they have great fans, and I for one would hate to see them be the team that goes to L.A. They should stay right where they are, and I believe they will.

    Don’t get me wrong, I’m happy to see Brady and Bill still have “it” and headed hopefully back to the top of the AFC East. However, if I had to pick a team from Jets, Bills, Fins to dethrone the Pats, it would be the Bills easy.

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