Published: Mon, December 04, 2017
Sports | By Phillip Butler

Well, Someone Threw Another Sex Toy On The Field During Patriots-Bills

Well, Someone Threw Another Sex Toy On The Field During Patriots-Bills

- Tom Brady went 21-of-30 passing for 258 yards en route to his 27th career victory over the Buffalo Bills as the New England Patriots won 23-3 on Sunday for their eighth straight victory.

The Hot Read was created to offer immediate reactions to events taking place in sports, but Sunday's game between the Bills and Patriots didn't exactly qualify as breaking news.

The Patriots have turned to the Bills to fill several holes on their roster in recent years, with Lee the most recent example.

The Pats settled for three field goals after struggling in the red zone in the first half. New England was an 8.5-point favorite in most spots (it might have closed closer to 7.5 points, but whatever) and expected to hammer its lowly division rival. Lewis has had at least 10 carries in the each of the past six games, and leads the Patriots with 498 rushing yards and a 5.1 yard per carry average _ both career highs. In other words, it was a game like many others between the two teams in which the Bills had a glimmer of hope before meeting the reality of the Patriots and losing again in the end.

Still, it seemed a matter of time before Gronk, who had 28 yards receiving at halftime, asserted himself.

The massive target was thrown at 11 times and caught nine passes for 147 yards in the team's 20-point win.

Patriots coach Bill Belichick is the master when it comes to dismissing the past, whether coming off a win or loss, by insisting he's focused exclusively on the next opponent.

The Patriots will receive the ball to begin the second half.

Late in the game, Rob Gronkowksi, apparently frustrated by the absence of a pass interference call, dove on Bills cornerback Tre'Davious White and elbowed him in the back of the head after the whistle. No need to answer as Lee finished the afternoon with four tackles, 1.5 sacks. The 2010 first-round pick earned one Pro Bowl selection during his five years in Buffalo before signing a lucrative contract to join the dark side.

LEWIS HITS STRIDE: It's been a long road back for Patriots running back Dion Lewis, who missed parts of the last two seasons with knee injuries. Give him credit on the play, but man, what a awful throw by Taylor.

New England took control of the game by scoring touchdowns on consecutive possessions to start the third quarter.

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