The Buffalo Bills defeated New England Patriots 32-21 to move to 9-6 for the NFL season

Buffalo 33 – 21 New England 

One of the most exciting matches in the NFL this weekend saw The Buffalo Bills take on The New England Patriots. The Bills had control of this game for the most part. They were able to move the ball on offense with ease as they averaged 5.7 yards per play. They had nine offensive possessions, seven of which travelled into the red zone. The other two were time-wasting measures at the end of the first half and regulation. They were strong on fourth down, converting three of their four attempts including a clutch conversion on a Josh Allen pass. Defensively, they did a solid job of keeping the Patriots’ passing game in check. They were only able to move it 145 yards through the air. Buffalo also was extremely strong on third down, holding New England to one conversion on 10 attempts. Allen was extremely impressive in this performance. He finished with three passing touchdowns while making some great big-time plays on the ground as well.

It was another disappointing effort by New England. The offense couldn’t find much consistency, while the defense lacked efficiency. Penalties also proved to be massive killers for the Patriots as well. Instead of putting points on the board before the half, they punted the ball away just two plays after that penalty. The passing game was also not particularly prolific in this loss. 

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The Packers continue to win 

The Packers put up an impressive showing against the Browns to extend their winning run in the NFL this season. Browns Quarterback Mayfield returned to the Browns starting lineup after being out with COVID. Every time the Browns tried to throw the ball in this game, something went wrong. That was mostly down to a Packers defense that sacked Mayfield five times while also picking him off four times. Those four interceptions led to 21 points for Green Bay. Aaron Rodgers now holds the franchise record for most touchdown passes (445) after three against the Browns. Two of those scores went to Davante Adams, who finished with 10 catches for 114 yards. He should have added to that total if not for two uncharacteristic drops. 

Antonio Brown makes a timely return for the Bucs. 

Antonio Brown picked a good week to return to Tampa Bay’s lineup. With several offensive weapons out for the Buccaneers, Brown turned into Tom Brady’s favorite offensive weapon. Of Brady’s 18 completions, 10 of them went to Brown, who finished with 101 yards.  Ke’Shawn Vaughn rushed for 70 yards, including a 55-yard TD in the first quarter. Of course, the star of this game for the Buccaneers was their defense. The Buccaneers came up with two big fourth-down stops during a tense second half.