Bill Belichick; Five Moments That Drove Buffalo Bills Fans Nuts

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Nov 9, 2014; Orchard Park, NY, USA; Buffalo Bills cornerback

Leodis McKelvin

(21), pictured here against the Kansas City Chiefs last season, fumbled a kickoff to set up the Patriots with prime field position to take the lead and the win away from Buffalo in the Monday Night opener. Mandatory Credit: Timothy T. Ludwig-USA TODAY Sports

No. 2: Monday Night Football (9/14/2007)

Terrell Owens was in Buffalo, Marshawn Lynch was gone to Seattle, and it was a new year for the Bills. But it was those same old Patriots with Belichick and Brady paired together. Aaron Schobel stole the show in the first half, tipping a Brady screen pass to himself and returning it 26 yards for a touchdown. This gave the Bills a 14-7 lead. A Gostkowski field goal cut the lead to 14-10 at the half. Fred Jackson put the Bills up 24-13 with 5:32 to go on a ten-yard screen pass from Trent Edwards. Cue Ben Watson. He caught two touchdowns in a matter of 76 seconds from Brady, one from 18 yards out and another 16 yards out to give the Patriots the crushing 25-24 victory. The most memorable moment of the game was Leodis McKelvin fumbling the kickoff after the first touchdown around the 30-yard line, giving the Pats the ball back and the chance at a win. Brady, nor Belichick, were about to waste that.