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Buffalo Bills smoked by New England Patriots

The Bills are 4-4 at the halfway point of their season.

The New England Patriots could do no wrong on Sunday against the Buffalo Bills. Buffalo’s offense was flummoxed and the Patriots passing attack ripped the Bills secondary into shreds. It was ugly.

There were a couple high points for the Bills. Mike Gillislee rushed for 85 yards and a touchdown on 12 carries in relief of an injured LeSean McCoy. Colton Schmidt picked up a first down with his legs after dropping a punt approach.

Tyrod Taylor was off-target all game. The majority of his yards came in garbage time with the game out of hand. The rest of the offense was mediocre, as well.

Tom Brady, on the other hand, was his Hall of Fame self. He had four touchdowns on 22-of-33 passing before being yanked in the fourth quarter with the game well in hand.

Buffalo travels to the West Coast for a primetime tilt against the Seattle Seahawks on Monday Night Football. This should be a fun week.