Tom Brady Broke Another NFL Record for Patriots Against Bills

REPUTATION SOILED Patriots tight end Rob Gronkowski’s easygoing persona was damaged Sunday after he made a violent and late hit on a defenseless opponent

Tom Brady Broke Another NFL Record for Patriots Against Bills

Tom Brady went 21 of 30 for 258 yards and an interception, while improving to 27-3 over Buffalo and breaking Brett Favre's National Football League record for most wins by a quarterback against any one opponent.

He met with Bills coach Sean McDermott on the field, and the play came up in discussion.

Rookie Nathan Peterman replaced Taylor and led the Bills to the 1-yard-line on his first series before turning the ball over on downs. At one point, the New England Patriots quarterback became so frustrated that he and offensive coordinator Josh McDaniels began jawing heatedly on the sidelines.

"Things that are out of our control are out of our control", Belichick said Monday on the call.

"First of all, I definitely want to apologize to [White]". Take a look back at this highlight from 2011, when Brady got into it with then-OC Bill O'Brien (now coach of the Texans) when he threw a red zone interception.

Gronkowski set season highs in both receptions (nine) and receiving yards (147) Sunday, so it's pretty obvious why Brady wants his tight end on the field for New England's Week 14 clash against the Miami Dolphins.

"It was a couple times in the game, and they're calling me for the craziest stuff ever", Gronkowski said. "They are fans and they feel some type of way that I am on the Patriots, so it's all good".

It is, however, relevant that Evans was not ejected from that game, just as Gronkowski was not thrown out Sunday. "We hope Tre is all right and that's all I can say about it". The Bills are going to need at least three more wins and a lot of help from other teams in order to end the 17-season playoff drought. "It just happened naturally through emotions and frustration".

"He was in pain", running back LeSean McCoy said. He was also shutout in a 31-0 loss in the 2003 season opener, as well as his first win against the Bills - 12-9 on December 16, 2001.

Third-string quarterback Joe Webb had three carries for 27 yards as the Bills introduced a wildcat wrinkle to their offense. The bone-headed pass was picked off by Patriots linebacker Eric Lee, a former Buffalo practice squad player. Five snaps later, facing second-and-10 from New England's' 37, Webb slightly overthrew Travaris Cadet, who was open deep over the middle.

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