Patriots beat the Bills, Tie for 1st Place

Discussion in 'Game Summaries & Team News' started by Kevin Gomez, Sep 18, 2014.

  1. Kevin Gomez

    Kevin Gomez Walk On

    Mar 5, 2014
    In what was an aerial affair in Buffalo, the Patriots wearing their classic uniforms were able to click offensively in a way they haven't all season long. Tom Brady was able to come out and play without throwing a single interception; a surprise to both the coaching staff and fans alike.
    The Bills, who were coming off a shellacking of the Lions, were able to continue their offensive success. But two costly picks by E.J. Manuel and the inability to stop the pass game was their downfall.
    The Patriots were able to get off to a lucky, early start after an early interception given up by Tom Brady was taken away by a roughing the passer penalty. After that play, the Patriots never looked back. The Bills were able to respond to with a field goal, but the Patriots scored on a quick strike to lead 14-3. After a late TD the 1st half ended 14-10.
    In the 2nd half, a low scoring 3rd quarter ensued with neither team able to pick up any points. Two offensive explosions by both teams led to touchdowns to make the score 21-17.
    Syncing efficiently and effectively in the passing the game, Percy Harvin was able to make big plays in the air and on returns to help the Patriots achieve great field position and punch in another TD to give them a 28-17 lead. After a quick pick and a field goal, the Patriots sealed the deal: a 31-17 win.

    GG coachgaddy

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  2. Michael Overman

    Michael Overman Walk On

    Jul 31, 2012
    I did not read and do not see info about your opponent? Perhaps a little more info about the game...and your opponent Kevin Gomez :)

    I did like the classic uniform reference and pic(y)
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    CHUNKNESS Commissioner Quality Simulation Football

    Jun 13, 2010
    Big win for you KG. Thx for the recap.
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