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NFL: Buffalo Bills vs New England Patriots 

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NFL: Buffalo Bills vs New England Patriots 


Buffalo Bills: 

1. Josh Allen 

2. Devin Singletary  

3. Stefon Diggs 

4. Emmanuel Sanders 

5. Cole Beasley 

6. Dawson Knox 

7. Reggie Gilliam  

8. Dion Dawkins 

9. Ike Boettger 

10.Mitch Morse 

11. Daryl Williams 

12. Spencer Brown 


New England Patriots: 

1. Mac Jones 

2. Damien Harris 

3. Jakobi Meyers 

4. Nelson Agholor 

5. Kendrick Bourne 

6. Hunter Henry 

7. Jakob Johnson 

8.Isaiah Wynn 

9. Ted Karras 

10. David Andrews 

11. Shaq Mason 

12. Trent Brown 


One of the most exciting matches on the NFL Week 13 is a clash between two AFC East rivals. Watch as the Buffalo Bills (7-4) finally take on the New English Patriots (8-4) for the biggest game of the year on December 07, 9:15 AM (PHT), at the Highmark Stadium in Orchard Park, New York. Will the Buffalo Bills break the 6th win streak of the Patriots, or will the Patriots continue dominance? 

The Patriots had a pretty rough start this season. With having a record of 2-4, things looked disappointing for the team. However, the team finally found their footing, and they currently lead the top spot of the AFC East Division with their 6th winning streak because of their unbeatable defense. 

Meanwhile, the Bills were the early favorites this season. But the team has not been as dominant as they were last season. They’re currently 2-2 in their last four games and are now preparing for their biggest division match this season, and they need to win if they want to be in the lead once again. 

The Bills and the Patriots are hands down the top two best defensive teams in the NFL. They are almost identical on both sides of the ball, especially when it comes to defense. When it comes to preventing points, the Patriots rank first, giving up only 15.8 points per contest, and the Bills are behind them at 16.5. However, the Bills are arguably the best for slowing down the opposing quarterbacks. Both teams are also great on third downs and in the red zone, with both teams sitting in the top ten of each category. However, there is one area where the Patriots surpass the Bills - rushing the passer. New England’s linebacker Matt Judon overpowers several quarterbacks in his first season in the Patriots. 

However, the Bills’ defense is notorious for its ability to shut down opposing quarterbacks. The Bills also significantly improved their red zone offense. But the team is still missing a major part of their team for the remainder of the season. Thus, the team will need to rely on Levi Wallace and Dane Jackson. 

Since both teams are the best in defense, it all comes down to which quarterback can make the superior plays while also not turning over the football. Although the Patriots are slightly better in defense than the Bills, I think the offense of the Bills can make up for it, especially because Allen will be playing. The Bills will need big performances from their star players to win against the Patriots. The good news for the Bills, offensive lineman Spencer Brown and defensive tackle Star Lotueleli are removed from the Covid list, and injured reserve OL Jon Feliciano came back to practice last week. With this information, we’re expecting that the odds will ultimately favor the Buffalo Bills instead of the Patriots. 

Bills vs. Patriots, Tuesday, 12/07/21, 9:15 AM (PHT), Highmark Stadium, Orchard Park, New York, USA. 

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