Tom Brady is an NFL legend. He is arguably the best quarterback of this generation of pro football, and could be fought for as one of the two or three best to ever play the game when all is said and done. He's made easy work of fearsome foes - and even easier work of the Buffalo Bills - throughout his illustrious career.
New England is in the midst of a 13-game winning streak against the Bills, and Brady has started 11 of those contests (with the two in 2008 being the only misses). His numbers in those 11 games are staggering: 233 completions in 350 attempts (66.6% completion percentage), 2,798 yards (7.99 yards per attempt), 27 touchdowns, 6 interceptions, and a quarterback rating of 109.4. He's also added a rushing touchdown and been sacked just 17 times, and only twice in his last four starts.
Is it safe to assume that Brady wouldn't mind playing the Bills every week? Probably.
Brady has lost to the Bills exactly once in his career, which occurred, of course, in the 2003 season opener, when the Bills drubbed the Patriots 31-0. He has made 16 career starts against Buffalo - a regular season's worth of playing time - which gives him a 15-1 record. That's a pretty good year, to say the least. Even including his rough numbers against Buffalo to start his career (he was sacked 12 times in his first two starts against the Bills, for instance), he's had a great "year" against the Bills: 318 completions in 487 attempts (65.3% completions), 3,713 yards (7.62 yards per attempt), 33 touchdowns, 12 interceptions and a quarterback rating of 100.6.
If I were Tom Brady, I'd be laughing at the Bills, too.