Watch: Patriots’ Malcolm Butler throws for a touchdown in win over Bills
The New England Patriots won their fourth consecutive game Sunday night over the Buffalo Bills.
New England’s offense dominated the Bills, scoring touchdowns on their first four possessions.
Here are five key plays from the win.
The Patriots have to be ready for the Bills defense to take over once again This was a great first half for the Patriots offense.
The offense did a good job moving the chains.
New York was averaging 4.1 yards per carry on its first three possessions and running for a whopping 105 yards.
But it got steamrolled by Buffalo’s defense.
New Orleans Saints wide receiver Brandin Cooks ran for a big gain on first-and-10 at the 1:10 mark of the second quarter.
Newell Matthews, who had six catches for 103 yards, caught the pass and broke it down.
Matthews’ pass to Matthews went for 24 yards.
It was a good play for New England.
The defense was also outstanding, shutting down the running game.
The Bills had only four running plays in the second half, but they scored seven points.
The Pats had one sack.
The offensive line was dominant, but it was also the biggest weakness for New York.
The line allowed a sack and three hits, and it allowed the Patriots to score the only touchdown of the night.
Buffalo was held to just two points on the ground.
New Patriots coach Bill Belichick was asked about his team’s performance and he was happy with his team.
“We had a lot of guys that played well,” Belichick said.
“I think the guys on the defensive side of the ball were outstanding.
I thought the defensive line played well, the defensive backs played well.
I was impressed with the performance of the offensive line. “
And I thought we had the best offense in the league.
I was impressed with the performance of the offensive line.
I’m very pleased.” “
But I thought our offense was a lot better than we were in the first half.
I’m very pleased.”
This was another big win for New Orleans The Saints defense has been very good for the past few seasons, and New Orleans has struggled with injuries to key players.
This time, the Saints had two players suspended.
Wide receiver Kenny Stills was suspended for the first four games of the season after he was caught in the eye with a helmet-to-helmet hit during Sunday’s win over the Baltimore Ravens.
He returned for the second game against the New York Jets, but missed the final three games of his suspension.
New Saints running back Alvin Kamara, who also played against the Ravens, was suspended the next game after he missed a game with an ankle injury.
Kamara returned for a game against Baltimore and was a big factor in the Saints offense.
He had eight carries for 53 yards.
New Gronkowski has to step up Gronkowski had a huge game against Buffalo.
He finished with six catches and 134 yards, but he also scored two touchdowns.
Gronkowski was able to do this because the Bills were able a lot more.
They held the Patriots’ offense to just 10 points, which was a career low for New Patriots.
Gronk had to step it up.
New Bills quarterback EJ Manuel completed just 22 of 44 passes for 231 yards.
He also threw an interception in the fourth quarter.
Gronak has to continue to do his part on the field.
He has to find a way to make some big plays.
The Broncos must be happy about the Patriots Denver’s defense allowed just two touchdowns in the game.
Safety Darian Stewart had a big interception.
He got to the end zone with 4:57 left in the third quarter and finished with a fumble.
The Ravens went up 14-0 with 10:11 left in a game they trailed 21-10.
That’s when linebacker T.J. Ward picked off an Aaron Rodgers pass and returned it 53 yards for a score.
Denver was able a touchdown drive that began with a touchdown pass to receiver Emmanuel Sanders.
The two scores tied the game at 28-28.
The Jets are a better team than the Patriots.
I feel like New York’s defense is a lot worse than it was against Baltimore, which is a huge deal for New Jets fans.
But the Jets are still the better team, and they’re the team that has been playing better lately.
They had more opportunities to score points.
And they did.
The Steelers defense will get better.
Pittsburgh was the worst team in the NFL in both scoring defense and third-down defense.
They allowed a combined 49 points.
Their defense allowed 3.7 yards per rush, the second-lowest mark in the AFC.
The difference in that stat is because Pittsburgh was able on third downs and was able run the ball well.
That defense played better than the one that allowed the most points against