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      New England Patriots (4-10) at Buffalo Bills (10-4)

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      New England Patriots (4-10) at Buffalo Bills (10-4)
      First Quarter   NE BUF

      6:48

      6:02

      5:30

      0:21

      BUF Anthony Fasani, 8 yard pass from Kamau Davis (Derek LeBlanc Kick is NO GOOD)

      BUF Elijah Williams interception, return for 6 yards

      BUF Marshawn Matthison, 3 yard run (Derek LeBlanc Kick)

      BUF Daniel Curtis, 1 yard run (Derek LeBlanc Kick)

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      0

      0

      0

      6

      6

      13

      20

      Second Quarter  

      8:07

      2:04

      1:00

      BUF Drew Abbott, 10 yard pass from Kamau Davis (Derek LeBlanc Kick)

      BUF Rodney Galbreath fumble recovery, return for 16 yards (Rob Andersen Fumble)

      BUF Derek LeBlanc, 23 yard Field Goal

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      0

      0

      27

      27

      30

      Third Quarter  

      8:53

      6:07

      2:16

      BUF Elijah Williams interception, 44 yard return for touchdown (Derek LeBlanc Kick is NO GOOD)

      NE Brad Weathersby, 43 yard Field Goal

      BUF Ryan Mitchell, 32 yard pass from David Kaplan (Derek LeBlanc Kick)

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      3

      3

      36

      36

      43

      Fourth Quarter  

      7:26

      4:16

      BUF Derek LeBlanc, 29 yard Field Goal

      BUF Sammy Grey interception, return for -2 yards

      3

      3

      46

      46

      Overtime  
      N/A No overtime recorded. - -
      Box Score
      Orchard Park, NY - 36 F :sunny: 1ST 2ND 3RD 4TH OT SCORE
      :patriots: New England Patriots (4-10) 0 0 3 0 - 3

      :bills: Buffalo Bills (10-4)

      20 10 13 3 - 46
      Team Stats Comparison
        :patriots: New England Patriots :bills: Buffalo Bills
      Injuries No Injuries OT Mike Woods - Moderate Shoulder Rotator Cuff
      Top Player Grade OLB Phillip Davenport (7.53) QB Kamau Daivs (9.21)
      Worst Player Grade CB Sean Taylor (0.76) OG Jerris Jordan (3.44)
      Offensive Line Rating 8.33 8.28
      Sacks 1 1
      Punting 48.5 42.6
      Punt Return Yards 0 28
      Kick Return Yards 146 0
      Turnovers 4 0
      3rd Down Conversion 1/11 4/8
      4th Down Conversion 0/0 0/0
      Penalties 4/34 5/28
      :patriots: New England Patriots
      Spread Option - Pistol 2RB | 3-4 - Nickel
      PASSING C/A YDS TD INT F/L
      Rob Andersen 14/32 129 0 3 1/1
      - -/- - - - 0/0
      RUSHING ATT YDS TD LNG F/L
      Ron Thomas 11 34 0 7 0/0
      Trevor Workman 7 5 0 2 0/0
      Rob Andersen 2 -3 0 -1 0/0
      - - - - - 0/0
      RECEIVING REC YDS TD DRP F/L
      Jamel Beckham 5 48 0 0 0/0
      Geno Harris 2 28 0 1 0/0
      Gary Jones 3 21 0 1 0/0
      Vontae Powell 2 16 0 0 0/0
      Spencer Sharpe 1 9 0 0 0/0
      Trevor Workman 1 7 0 0 0/0
      - - - - - 0/0
      DEFENSE T/TFL SCK INT/PD FF/FR TD/SFTY
      Daquan Darcey 4/0 1.0 0/0 0/0 0/0
      Phillip Davenport 9/2 - 0/0 0/0 0/0
      James Carson 7/1 - 0/0 0/0 0/0
      Nikolas Gleason 6/0 - 0/0 0/0 0/0
      Timothy St. John 5/1 - 0/0 0/0 0/0
      Jack Cavazos 5/0 - 0/0 0/0 0/0
      Dave Stokley 4/0 - 0/0 0/0 0/0
      Sean Taylor 4/0 - 0/0 0/0 0/0
      KICKING         FG XP
      Brad Weathersby         1/1 0/0
      ADDITIONAL INFO
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      :bills: Buffalo Bills
      Pro Style - Pistol 2RB | 4-3 - Nickel
      PASSING C/A YDS TD INT F/L
      Kamau Davis 17/21 238 2 0 0/0
      David Kaplan 4/6 73 1 0 0/0
      RUSHING ATT YDS TD LNG F/L
      Marshawn Matthison 22 135 1 21 0/0
      Etano Wendt 14 35 0 8 0/0
      Daniel Curtis 5 25 1 9 0/0
      - - - - - 0/0
      RECEIVING REC YDS TD DRP F/L
      Ryan Mitchell 7 119 1 0 0/0
      Isaiah Cronin 5 75 0 0 0/0
      Anthony Fasani 2 43 1 0 0/0
      Richard Dodge 3 37 0 0 0/0
      Drew Abbott 2 17 1 0 0/0
      David Grier 1 11 0 0 0/0
      Etano Wendt 1 9 0 0 0/0
      DEFENSE T/TFL SCK INT/PD FF/FR TD/SFTY
      Elijah Williams 2/0 - 2/1 0/0 1/0
      Sammy Grey 5/0 - 1/0 0/0 0/0
      Rodney Galbreath 3/0 - 0/0 0/1 0/0
      Anthony Ortiz 2/2 1.0 0/0 1/0 0/0
      C.J. Thomas 6/2 - 0/0 0/0 0/0
      Aaron Hammond 6/0 - 0/1 0/0 0/0
      Devon Brinson 5/1 - 0/0 0/0 0/0
      Kyle Cunningham 4/0 - 0/0 0/0 0/0
      KICKING         FG XP
      Derek LeBlanc         2/2 4/6
      ADDITIONAL INFO
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      Mike Woods has some awful luck with injuries.. missed almost a whole season a couple years back and now misses the whole post season. Tough break for the big man, not to mention our oline strength going into the playoffs. potentially down both our starting OTs for the rest of the year :(

       

      On the upside everything else about this game was pretty fun. 

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      Largest win in Bills history, beating out their 35-6 wins over Pittsburgh this year and New England last year. Second-largest defeat in Pats' history after a 48-0 loss to Miami in 2020.

       

      On the one hand it's really cool to see Ryan Mitchell be totally revitalized since we traded him, but on the other hand now I wonder if he could've done something like this for us! I don't think he would have, but kudos to the Bills for figuring out a better way to use him than we could.

       

      Rob Andersen had two yards of forward progress for every yard the Bills gained directly off of his turnovers. In three games he is now 45/99 for 414 yards with 0 TD and 8 INT, along with 7 carries for 10 yards and a lost fumble. Are we gonna see him again week 17 when draft position's all at stake or is Beckett (or even Trickett) gonna come back?

       

      All that said, the biggest story apart from the result is Mike Woods's injury. Cuellar and Haynes are gonna have to carry that offensive line now. D'Neal Norris will at least be questionable in the playoffs but they're gonna have three sub-80 starters next week.

       

      1 hour ago, smackemz said:

      So what's the playoff situation for Buffalo at 11 wins?

       

      Division was already clinched. If the playoffs ended right now (with everyone else frozen at 14 games) they'd be the #3 seed--but there's five other teams that are within half a game in either direction so I can't even begin to think about clinching scenarios. However, here's a snapshot of the tiebreakers:

       

      Head-to-head: Advantage over Pittsburgh, disadvantage against Baltimore and Las Vegas. Did not play Kansas City or Tennessee.

       

      Common games: Advantage over Baltimore, tie with Pittsburgh (any scenario where the teams tie requires this tiebreaker to be tied as well), disadvantage against Tennessee. Currently tied with Kansas City, but any scenario where the teams tie require this tiebreaker to either be tied or fall in KC's favor. They do not have 4 common opponents with Las Vegas.

       

      Conference games: Advantage over Baltimore and Pittsburgh, any scenario with a tie would require an identical conference record to Kansas City and Tennessee, and disadvantage against Las Vegas.

       

      SOV: Currently ranks 6th. Behind Kansas City (4th) but ahead of Tennessee (7th), Las Vegas (10th), Baltimore (11th), and Pittsburgh (19th).

       

      SOS: Currently ranks 11th. Ahead of Tennessee (19th), Kansas City (21st), Las Vegas (25th), Pittsburgh (26th), and Baltimore (28th).

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      59 minutes ago, pumph said:

      @stormstopper

      Do I smell Scorigami?

       

      Feels like it.  But I imagine you would have already pointed it out.

      It's absolutely scorigami. It's the 33rd scorigami of the year, which is actually the most since 2021 (and a 43% jump compared to 2022). I don't remember when it was that the probabilities (and distances) of extra points and logic around two-point attempts changed, but wouldn't be surprised if that's a driving factor. LeBlanc's missed XPs would not have changed this being a scorigami as 48-3 also has not happened before, but generally speaking.

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