Tom Brady: New England Patriots QB sounds off on OC Josh McDaniels

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New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady is on the cusp of another record entering Sunday's road game against the Buffalo Bills. If Sunday was supposed to be a measuring stick game for McDermott's Bills, they fell well short of where they needed to be. An interception in the end zone for quarterback Tyrod Taylor was the precursor for the first points of the day. It's also mitigated the loss of slot receiver Julian Edelman, who has been Brady's favorite target for years. The 44-yard run was the longest of Lewis' career. A big sack from the Buffalo 5-yard line for Kyle Williams would stop the Patriots and their momentum in their tracks.

The future Hall of Fame quarterback walked off the field. In a 12-9 overtime victory on December 16 of that season, wide receiver David Patten had fumbled along the sideline and was knocked out briefly on the play, but because his head was out of bounds and the ball was still touching him, the Bills couldn't recover it legally. After taking several snap in the Wild Cat formation, Joe Webb fired over the middle to a wide open Travaris Cadet, but the pass fell incomplete.

A victory Sunday at New Era Field would put Brady alone atop the ranks with 27 wins against the Bills. The Bills defense, with three sacks in the half, had all the answers early on and was able to hold the top-ranked defense in place.

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The Patriots will receive the ball to begin the second half.

New England's nine points in the first half were the team's fewest in an opening half since a 16-0 loss to Buffalo on October 2, 2016. Going 70-yards in 10 plays the Patriots were able to extend their lead thanks to a Rex Bulkhead 1-yard touchdown run. The 26-year-old played in nine games this season for Tampa Bay and caught two passes for 21 yards and had three carries for 17 yards before being released on Nov 17.

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