New England Patriots vs. Buffalo Bills result, score: Know how Tom Brady destroyed Rex Ryan dreams
ORCHARD PARK, N.Y. â€” New coach or old coach, things donâ€™t seem to be changing for Buffalo Bills. If they thought that Rex Ryan will come with a magic wand and will change everything didnâ€™t really happen.
There is no denying the fact that it is natural that the team management and the fans feel annoyed over the last nightâ€™s result. New England Patriots are a much better team that the Buffalo Bills and the last nightâ€™s game was proof enough that only change of coach will not cure the malaise.
Now after the latest round of loss, many people are accusing Rex Ryan, the new Buffalo Bills coach of being responsible for the loss. But should he really be held responsible for the latest loss that the New England Patriots inflicted upon it.
There is no denying the fact that New England Patriots have players like Tom Brady who can force any big mouthed shut his mouth. And he did precisely this with superlative performance last night. In silencing a raucous crowd and exposing Ryanâ€™s brash talk for bluster, Brady threw three touchdowns and 466 yards passing â€” the second-most of his career and most by any player against Buffalo â€” in a 40-32 win Sunday.
With the latest and certainly another exceptional performance Brady has improved his record to 24-3 against Buffalo. He seems to have completely dominated over Bills in the last one and half decades. Itâ€™s a string of dominance that began in 2001, when Gregg Williams was coaching the Bills. And Brady has managed to beat all six Bills coaches since â€” including Perry Fewell, who took over on an interim basis after Dick Jauron was fired during the 2009 season.
Nonetheless Buffalo Bills coach took the responsibility of the loss on his shoulder. After the loss he said, â€œFirst off, this loss is squarely on one manâ€™s shoulders. Itâ€™s on my shouldersâ€¦Hell yeah, Iâ€™m taking it personal.â€
New England Patriots have more than overwhelming record over Bills. Patriots have now won 27 of the past 30 meetings against their AFC East rivals.
Statics are out and Bills defenses completely and meekly surrendered 507 yards, and allowed the Patriots to score 21 points over a 5:48 span to open a 21-7 lead early in the second quarter. And their Tyrod Taylor-led offense was held to 127 yards and 13 points, before mounting a 19-point fourth-quarter rally that fell short.