The Buffalo Bills are back in an AFC East matchup as they travel to Foxborough to take on the 1-5 New England Patriots. While the Bills are 4-2, coming off a Sunday night win against the New York Giants, there seems to be more questions than answers seeing as how they performed against the Giants. The offense has been very limited the last two weeks, and did not score a touchdown until the final quarter in Week 6.
The defense on the other hand has performed well and pretty much was the unit that led Buffalo to a win last week. Going into New England, this could easily be another defensive matchup. While the Patriots are a mess right now, Bill Belichick is still a defensive genius who can take away a team's biggest strength. The Bills' biggest strength is Josh Allen, who has owned the Patriots since 2020, having lost only one game to the Patriots since the departure of Tom Brady.
It is going to take a lot more than Allen to bring down the Patriots. This divisional game on paper is in the clear favorite for the Bills, but last week proved that just because Buffalo was a big favorite against the Giants, does not mean it will happen on the field.