He has now topped 90 yards in three-straight games while splitting time with Rex Burkhead. The Patriots are now a staggering 27-2 when he's in the lineup.
Better and better and... That'll give the Patriots their complete secondary which should be a major boost for the defense. It's becoming harder and harder to remember those days earlier this season, particularly after yet another strong performance in Buffalo, where former Buffalo cornerback Stephon Gilmore continued to shine in the second half of the season with a handful of stellar plays on his old turf.
The Pats settled for three field goals after struggling in the red zone in the first half. And when it comes to allowing passing touchdowns, the Bills are among the stingiest defenses in the NFL.More news: Montana Sen. Jon Tester's displeasure with tax bill goes viral
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Buffalo drove deep into New England territory on its first series, but came up empty when Taylor threw an interception to Eric Lee at the 1-yard-line.
The ugly - It wasn't all pretty during the win. That's no longer the case as quarterback Tom Brady has once again been a steadying force for the premier franchise in the current day National Football League and has them sitting at 9-2 heading into a divisional matchup with the Buffalo Bills in Week 13. A highlight reel catch by Gronkowksi as he grabbed a ball over the head of rookie corner Tre White for 30-yards put the Patriots in striking distance. Linebacker Trevor Reilly will miss Sunday's game with a concussion, defensive end Trey Flowers is out with an injury to his ribs, wide receiver Chris Hogan is out with a shoulder injury and offensive tackle Marcus Cannon is still nursing an ankle injury. Not the strongest day for the player who should be NFL MVP, but it's still all good enough for a 14th-consecutive road win for the Patriots nonetheless.