The last time the Bills beat the Patriots, Facebook didn't exist. Neither did Twitter. But on a picture perfect day at Ralph Wilson Stadium, the never-say-die Buffalo Bills shocked the world and beat the New England Patriots 34-31.
In what seemed to be an all-too-familiar start, the Bills fell behind 21-0. It was the Bills, playing Tom Brady, so the game was over. Brady had never lost a game when leading by 21 points and so this was certain to be just another Buffalo meltdown. But then it wasn't.
The Bills stormed back and out-scored the Patriots 34-10 after spotting the Pats a 21 point lead. The Bills defense intercepted Brady 4 times and Ryan Fitzpatrick threw for 369 yards and 2 touchdowns.
Without question, this is the biggest Bills win in years and leaves the Bills with an undefeated 3-0 record.
Now, let's all enjoy the win and watch a video of Tom Brady dancing:
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