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Bills vs. Patriots, 2015 NFL Week 2: second half live chat

The Patriots are leading but the game is far from over.

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Matt Warren is Associate Director of NFL coverage for SB Nation and previously covered the Bills for Buffalo Rumblings for more than a decade.

This has not been Tyrod Taylor's day. With that being said, the Buffalo Bills are still in it against the New England Patriots at halftime. The Patriots lead 24-13 entering halftime and will receive the ball to start the half.

Taylor has been welcomed to the NFL by Bill Belichick. After a nice opening drive that ended with the Bills up 7-0, Taylor has been sacked four times and intercepted twice. Eight penalties by the Bills hasn't helped, as Aaron Williams had to be benched for a series after taking two unsportsmanlike conduct penalties and being physically restrained by his position coach.

Tom Brady and Rob Gronkowski are pretty good and Julian Edelman has been the annoying little gnat he always is. New England ran only five times in the first half against 28 passes but the Bills haven't been getting to Brady with any regularity.

The crowd noise record isn't in danger of being broken but if the Bills come back, it will be rocking at the Ralph. We'll have a post up after the game. Keep it clean.