There is a three way tussle for number one in the AFC East between Miami, New England and Buffalo. The last two face off for the right to go top in week 18. Patriots 9-5 with the Bills 8-6. When you play aggressive offense such as the Bills you get what you deserve. It paid off when Josh Allen the Bills QB found McKenzie on 6:40 first quarter. No punts for Buffalo, they went for it in the 4th down no less than 3 times. Beginning of Q2 New England made good use of the football. The TD to tie the game by Harris was impressive. It wasn’t all about speed as the commentators said but recognizing the pocket which was unoccupied.

Micah Hyde was impressive defensively for the Bills getting two interceptions. One of which was at 10-7 Bills on 08:00. There were a lot of incompletes by Allen in Q2 but that is my favorite stat. It means your Quarterback is willing to try even in the most difficult of plays.Diggs TD for 🐃 meant a healthy cushion at half time of 17-7. The Patriots defense seemed to fall asleep at the start of Q3. A well open Bills number 16 failing to complete the pass for the TD. That would have been curtains there for N.E .A great spell of possession late in Q3 st 20-7 01:45 saw Harris power in another TD for N.E. The TD from the Bills with 02:30 to play in the game out the issue beyond doubt to condemn coach Belichick to boxing day misery. McDermott and the Bills now hold a tie breaker advantage over the Dolphins and the Patriots in the race for the playoffs. All three have a 9-6 record