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As another Patriot Day passed into night , one constant remained for the Buffalo Bills - o one else in history has. The Bills hung with their division leaders through three quarters, but it didn’t last. New England pulled away for a 25-6 victory over our heroes.The Bills defense did everything in its power to keep the game within reach of a win. They bent but they didn’t break, surrendering three field goals in the first half and one more field goal in the third quarter. Through three, the lead was 12-6.In the fourth quarter, the Patriots finally forced a crack in the foundation. Cordarelle Patterson scampered up the sidelines for a 22-yard run. Two plays later, Brady found Chris Hogan down the sidelines for 20, and James White punched the ball in from the one yard line on the next play.Credit Brian Daboll for reaching into his bag of tricks in trying to spark Buffalo’s offense, but the team struggled for another week. The team tried a wide variety of wing-T offensive calls early in the game, but New England adjusted before long. They ran a double reverse flea flicker, but couldn’t connect with Charles Clay downfield. LeSean McCoy struggled to find daylight, rushing for a pitiful 13 yards on 12 carries. His biggest play, a catch-and-run down the sideline, was pulled back by a penalty. He did have 54 yards on four receptions, finding more success when the team found him targets in space.Derek Anderson’s limitations as an immobile passer with a short stint of experience in Buffalo’s playbook were painfully apparent at times. He settled for short crossing patterns on third down, lost a fumble on a strip sack, and predetermined an incorrect read on a critical third down in the fourth quarter. Had Anderson found Zay Jones coming open at the second level, the Bills could’ve taken a 13-12 lead. Instead, the Bills were forced to punt, and New England extended their lead to 18-6 late in the game. As the clock wound down, Anderson brought the Bills close to the red zone, only to throw an 85-yard pick-six that sealed the game for real.The Bills (2-6) won’t have time to rest Authentic Shaq Lawson Jersey , hosting the Chicago Bears (4-3) in six days at New Era field. The Bills now decisively bring up the rear of the AFC East, and they’re in line for a top five pick in next year’s draft. Can Josh Allen come back from injury soon enough? Do we even want him to come back to this roster at this point?NotesTremaine Edmunds left the game with a concussion and did not return. He was replaced by Julian Stanford,Derek Anderson took two hefty sacks on Buffalo’s final drive of the game. He left the game after the second one, gingerly handling his right arm.If the Bills were worried about LeSean McCoy’s injury status, they didn’t show it. He led the team with 12 carries, and led the team with six catches for 82 yards on eight targets.Rookie wideout Cam Phillips made his offensive debut this week in the fourth quarter, including his first career catch.The Bills (as they often do) struggled to pressure Brady, but Lorenzo Alexander managed two sacks.The only other players to lay a hand on Brady were Kyle Williams and Jerry Hughes, who each had a single QB hit.Matt Milano had another strong game. He knifed through a block for a tackle for loss in the first quarter, and nearly intercepted two passes.Tight end Jason Croom appeared to make a fantastic one-handed catch in the fourth quarter, but the play was overturned when the ball hit the turf.Tom Brady has won more games in Buffalo than any player has won in any opposing city in NFL history.The Patriots had gone 40 games without scoring a defensive touchdown, until they played the Bills. That’s as many as four tens. And that’s terrible.2019 NFL Draft: Week three college football prospect preview & live chat A bit of a light week thanks to Hurricane Florence, which has led to the cancellation or postponement of six games on the college football slate. There’s still a decent amount of match-ups to get the blood flowing however, as No. 4 Ohio State vs. No. 15 TCU promises to be a dog fight and No. 7 Auburn vs. No. 12 LSU could end up deciding who gets to compete with Alabama for the SEC West crown. See below for the prospects worth tracking this Saturday.As always, let’s talk about the games, leave questions on prospects, and enjoy your weekend.Keep your eyes onWR A.J. Brown (Ole Miss)Arguably the best wide receiver in the nation, Brown already has 251 receiving yards through two games and has proven productive in all areas of the field. His ability to get separation, his hands, and his talent as an open-field runner scream “No. 1 wide receiver.” His task this week is to continue that production in the face of No. 1 Alabama. If Brown puts up some big numbers against the Tide, he could cement himself as a top pick in the NFL draft. Other prospects to watchC/G Michael Jordan (Ohio State)Another in what’s quickly becoming a long line of Ohio State centers with strong pro-potential Lorenzo Alexander Jersey , Jordan has been settling in at center nicely since being moved over from his left guard spot. He’ll need to show that he can generate movement in the run game this week against No. 15 TCU, as the Horned Frogs are ranked 36th against the run and have yet to concede 100 yards rushing to any running back. It won’t be easy competing against their strong defensive line.WR Aaron Fuller (Washington)After losing Dante Pettis to the draft, the Huskies were looking for a wide receiver to step up and fill the void. Although small at 5’11” and 186 pounds, Fuller appears to have filled it—he’s been a spark plug for the Huskies’ offense. His body control and hands are rare for such a speedy receiver. He’ll be tested this week against Utah, which has the second-best passing defense in the nation—as well as talented safety prospect Chase Hansen.CB Michael Jackson, Sr. (Miami)Jackson’s had a bit of a slow start to the season after being anointed one of college football’s top corners in 2017. His ball skills are legendary, backed up by his five interceptions last year. He’ll find himself in the spotlight on Saturday, though, as Toledo likes to throw all over the yard to their deep stable of wide receivers. Jackson should come down with his fair share of pass breakups and, quite possibly, his first interception of the 2018 season.DT David Moa (Boise State)An undersized but quick defensive tackle, Moa has been injured to start the season but is reportedly healthy enough to start this week against No. 24 Oklahoma State. How Moa plays this year is important—he’s always had great potential but it hasn’t shown yet on the field or the stat sheet. If he can get off on the right foot against the Cowboys he should start to generate some draft buzz.LT Calvin Anderson (Texas)A graduate transfer from Rice, Anderson had a holding penalty called against him last week but seemed to hold up pretty well in what was only his second game for the Longhorns. The mission this week will be a lot tougher as USC’s Porter Gustin will provide much more of a challenge. If Anderson has a decent enough game and is able to hold his own, perhaps his NFL stock will rise.Game of the Week: No. 12 LSU at No. 7 Auburn3:30 PM EasternCBSAn easy choice this week, each team is littered with NFL prospects, particularly on the defensive side of the ball. Auburn quarterback Jarret Stidham is competing to be the top signal-caller in the country, but the Tigers’ strength is with their defensive line. Defensive tackles Derrick Brown and Dontavius Russell are monsters in the run game and have been surprisingly disruptive when rushing the passer this season. Not to be outdone, LSU has two of the best defensive prospects in the country in linebacker Devin White and cornerback Greedy Williams—both likely to be first round locks next spring.
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