These two come into their game on Monday night with completely opposite records. The Pats are 5-2 so far, while the Bills are struggling and are just 2-5. The difference between these two is there for all to see, the Patriots know what they are doing and where they are heading, with Tom Brady leading the way. That is in stark contrast to the Bills, who appear to be searching for a leader and don’t really know what move to make next as they try to improve their roster and you can find all lines at Bovada sports.
The Bills look in a mess right now, and the best thing they can do going forward is to give their young guys a chance and see if anyone shows they deserve a prominent role next season. With the trade deadline approaching, don’t be surprised to see Buffalo make a few moves to cash in on some of their older players.
The New England Patriots will once again have their eye on a Super Bowl, but there is no doubt that Tom Brady doesn’t have the weapons that other quarter backs have this year. Gronk is his number one target, but he only has just over 400 yards, next best is the running back James White with yards in the air from the backfield, he has 380 yards plus his 189 on the ground. Seven touchdowns have made White a very exciting piece of the puzzle in New England, but they still appear to be lacking in offence, perhaps something that is showing just what a good quarter back Brady really is.
The Pats have won their last four games, although they have conceded a lot of points in their last three and that is something they would like to get under control. With Buffalo offering little in terms of offence, this may be the perfect game for them to come up big and put in a solid defensive performance. They have given up 95 points in their last three games, which is amazing when you consider they have managed to score enough to win them all.
The Bills are struggling this season, and this looks as though it could be a very one-sided affair. There is no way they can keep up with the Pats in terms of scoring and this could be a very long night for them. I’m backing New England to win this, with a margin that is in double figures.