The Buffalo Bills to a man felt confident prior to the Patriots game, but Tom Brady shook that confidence by throwing for 466 yards and three touchdowns for a 40-32 victory. The Bills vaunted Defense was throttled by Brady and only a late offensive surge by Tyrod Taylor in the fourth quarter made the game competitive.

Brady is still the best quarterback in the league and he has started the 2015 season with a vengeance. I’m guessing Brady heard enough about “deflate gate” in the off-season to spur him on once the games counted.

Regarding the Bills, they learned in a hurry that they are not as good as they hoped, especially on defense. Brady went no-huddle and shredded the Buffalo secondary all afternoon. Brady also delivered the ball in a hurry, not allowing the Bills front four to affect the outcome.

The opening drive by the Bills was so effortless that it looked like it might be Buffalo’s day. However, once Brady tied the score at 7 the Bills proceeded to meltdown. Aaron Williams, who left the game with a neck injury, let his emotions get the better of him in the first half with two personal fouls and was benched for a few series by Ryan. Once the score mounted against the Bills the players on the defensive side of the ball grew increasingly frustrated and also had difficulty handling the hurry-up attack of the Pats.

In his post-game comments Rex Ryan was agitated to say the least and one would guess embarrassed. Ryan took the blame for his players emotions getting the best of them and said he has to do better. Ryan was also not in the mood for being second guessed for his defensive game plan.

The reality is once again Tom Brady and Bill Belichick came into town facing a Buffalo team biting at the bit to knock them off. Once again they leave with a win and Bills fans wondering when it will end.

Two games does not a season make, but the Bills can ill afford to drop next week’s game and sit at 0-2 in the Division. Hope springs eternal every summer in Buffalo, now results has to match the hope come September. Luckily Tom Brady won’t be back in town for another year.

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