Buffalo Bills at New England Patriots: Lack of Pass Rush Costs Them Game

September 27, 2010   ·     ·   Jump to comments

The Buffalo Bills offense had a coming out party on Sunday against the New England Patriots. The defense couldn't keep up their end of the bargain as Tom Brady tapped in to all of his weapons to lead New England to a 38-30 victory in a hard fought game.
C.J. Spiller also had his own coming out party as he scored the first two touchdowns of his NFL career. Spiller returned a kick 95 yards for a score, and also demonstrated his versatility by catching a five yard score from Ryan Fitzpatrick, when he was flanked out wide as a receiver.
Ryan Fitzpatrick led the Bills offense up and down the field all day against a suspect Patriots defense. How good was Fitzpatrick? The Bills never had a three and out drive the entire game until Fitzpatrick threw a first down interception with three minutes left to play. Fitzpatrick was excellent most of the day but the Bills didn't capitalize enough in red zone, while Brady and the Patriots did. That was the difference in this game..
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