Bills smother Patriots

Bills choke Patriots


Logic was followed Thursday at Gillette Stadium as the Buffalo Bills easily defeated the New England Patriots 24-10. 

It was the third game in just 12 days for Josh Allen's gang, who also beat the Cleveland Browns and the Detroit Lions. 

In today's duel, Allen once again shone brightly behind the Bills center. He completed 22 of 33 stints for 223 passing yards, but mostly threw two touchdown passes and dodged interceptions.

Stefon Diggs was his favorite target, having rushed for 92 yards and scored a major. Nyheim Hines was the recipient of the other touchdown pass, while Devin Singletary added six points to the board on a run.

The Patriots (6-6) didn't have a night also productive. Mac Jones was spotty in the loss passing for just 195 yards. He only found Marcus Jones in the end zone.

Bill Belichick's squad will have a lot to do to make the playoffs. She occupies the last rank of the very tough East section of the American, dominated by the Bills (9-3).