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The Bills beat their AFC East rivals the Patriots after attacking New England at home

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After dropping two consecutive matches, it appears that Buffalo bills I’m starting to get back on track.

Sure, until last week’s win against Detroit Lions It was scary, but not a three-game winning streak for the Bills after Thursday’s 24-10 victory over the New England Patriots.

Buffalo hasn’t quite brightened it up offensively as we all know, but luckily for them, the Pats offense has been as slow as it has been all season.

But this is the perfect standard for “Thursday Night Football” in 2022.

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Quarterback Josh Allen #17 celebrates with running back Devin Singletary #26 of the Buffalo Bills after Singletary rushed for a touchdown in the fourth quarter against the New England Patriots at Gillette Stadium on December 01, 2022 in Foxboro, Massachusetts.
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After, after Patriots The game started with a three-and-out, and the Bills made a field goal, but New England responded with a 48-yard touchdown run by Marcus Jones for a 7-3 lead. Oh, and by the way, Jones is a cornerback who mostly plays on special teams as a returner.

Things were back to normal on the Bills’ next drive, though Stephen Diggs He caught an eight-yard touchdown to give the Bills a three-point lead early in the second quarter. After forcing another punt, the Bills went on a slow but steady rally, going for just 56 yards on 14 plays—but it ended with another eight-yard score, this one by Gabe Davis, and the Bills went up 17-7.

Bates still couldn’t do anything on offense – he went again three times on their next two drives. But they were able to recover a Josh Allen fumble inside a two-minute warning. They got within range for the sign of life, but Nick Faulk’s field goal hit the crossbar from just 48 yards out – replays showed he was fat, just like all of us with our irons on the golf course. Pats went to the bottom 10 locker room.

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Both teams traded scores in the third quarter, but the Bills went on a long drive entering the fourth quarter that ended with a one-yard score from Devin Singletary, which made it a 24-7 Bills lead.

Diggs led all receivers with seven passes for 92 yards and his score, while Allen finished with 223 yards in the air, completing 22 of 33 passes. This was also kind of a coming-of-age for rookie James Cook, who had 14 carries for 64 yards as well as six catches for 41 yards.

Despite this, Mac Jones only threw for 195 yards – 68 of which came on the Pats’ final drive, primarily at garbage time.

17 Buffalo Bills quarterback Josh Allen runs down again for a pass in the first quarter against the New England Patriots at Gillette Stadium on December 1, 2022 in Foxboro, Massachusetts.

17 Buffalo Bills quarterback Josh Allen runs down again for a pass in the first quarter against the New England Patriots at Gillette Stadium on December 1, 2022 in Foxboro, Massachusetts.
(Billy Weiss / Getty Images)

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The Bills will host the Jets in Week 14, and a loss to the Dolphins this weekend will put them in first place in the division. The Pats, now 6-6, will head to Arizona State for Monday night football.