New England Patriots upset Buffalo Bills, 29-25
FOXBORO, MA (WHEC) – The Buffalo Bills lose their third game of the season, falling to the 1-5 New England Patriots.
Buffalo Bills 3rd quarter takeaways
Jackson Roberts: Cook is cookin’
Keep feeding James Cook if you are Ken Dorsey. The offense is showing a little bit of a spark with some big plays, most notably the Cook TD and the Latavius Murray 3rd down breakaway.
Mat Mlodzinski: Slowly, but steadily
It was only a 7-3 advantage, but the Bills found a way to win the quarter and lessen the gap between them and the Pats. A 10-play TD drive gave Buffalo their first touchdown of the game, and they left the quarter on the verge of potentially adding to their point total.
Buffalo Bills 2nd quarter takeaways
Jackson Roberts: Offense STILL isn’t fixed
The offense continues to struggle with the O-Line giving Allen little protection. Defensively, they’ve held their own, despite New England’s success moving the ball downfield.
Mat Mlodzinski: Pats defense taking over
The Bills offense is certainly hurting themselves, but give some credit to the NE defense. The Patriots had one big sack when the Bills were in the endzone, and it ended in a Tyler Bass hooked field goal.
Buffalo Bills 1st quarter takeaways
Jackson Roberts: Offensive still isn’t fixed
The Bills offensive struggles continue. The only flashes on that side of the ball in the quarter were by James Cook. The defense made a nice stop on the opening drive but the second time New England got the ball, it was a different story with a touchdown.
Mat Mlodzinski: Buffalo, we have a problem
The Bills played pretty bad against Jacksonville. We chalked it up to one bad game. Then, they struggled against the 1-win Giants. Now, after a quarter, the same issues are present against the Patriots. It’s time to start worrying about what’s wrong with the Bills.