There’s no denying that the Bills’ strongest position group is their defensive line. And it was just part of the theatrics surrounding this Week 2 matchup. That was the case when he was the head coach of the New York Jets at least.
Sure, the Patriots have won the AFC East 11 of the last 12 years. And with numerous same faces back on defense, the Bills are hoping to build on that win, which came in the season finale and gave the Bills just their second winning season of the 21st century. But Ryan doesn’t care, and neither do the Bills. This year, to be frank, they’re not going to be stellar at either. 23 wins, 58 touchdowns and eight 300-yard passing performances are Brady’s most against any opponent….
Bill Belichick made an interesting comment Wednesday morning when the New England coach was on a conference call with Buffalo media. The Colts were projected by many to have the best offense in the league, but the Bills’ stellar defense was able to easily shut them down. The Bills shouldn’t get a ton of resistance from New England. If he doesn’t make it to the game the Pats will be forced to start three rookies on the inside of their offensive line.
Fans will attempt to break the record for the loudest crowd roar at a sports stadium.
Shoppers walking through the main entrance of the official team store Friday morning couldn’t miss a display of air pumps and footballs directly across from the front doors in the shadow of Ralph Wilson Stadium. They love supporting them.
“Rex’s body language and the way he walks around the building, that lets you know he’s ready”, he said. “He is always positive, very upbeat and enthusiastic and once he got his hands on the players in April I think that they bought in as well”, said Buffalo Bills radio play-by-play man John Murphy. This week is going to be a lot harder for the Patriots. DT Marcell Dareus returns after missing opener to serve one-game suspension for violating NFL’s substance abuse policy….
Ryan knows what his record is against the Patriots, and he’s not a big fan of it. He also clearly isn’t backing away from the challenge New England presents. “There’s no question about it. But you just don’t want him to go insane on you with three touchdowns”.