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NFL Lines: The New England Patriots Coming To Town

Posted by Ashley Carmichael on 9/20/2011 10:49:10 AM

The Buffalo Bills opened up the 2011 NFL lines season with two victories in stunning fashion. 

The last time the Buffalo Bills started a season 2-0 was in 2008.

Buffalo Bills (2-0) vs. New England Patriots (2-0)
Ralph Wilson Stadium
Kickoff:  1:PM ET
Broadcast:  CBS

NFL Lines
New England Patriots -8.5
Buffalo Bills            +8.5
Total            51.5

In week one, the Bills left Kansas City after a thrifty-five point victory over the Chiefs.  And then, this past Sunday the Bills defeated the Oakland Raiders 38-35.  During this winning streak the Bills are leading the NFL in rushing yards per game, averaging 190 yards per game. 

The Bills have been able to run on teams like the Oakland Raiders and the Kansas City Chiefs, both teams not so good at stopping the run.  Don’t get me wrong, New England’s defense is not the best, but their main strength is their run defense.

Despite these two impressive victories, Buffalo was not playing against Tom Brady-esque quarterbacks.

Somehow, Brady has exceeded expectations after being the league’s first unanimous MVP in 2010. He has already thrown for 940 yards and seven touchdowns with just one interception.  He is the reason the Patriots are the number one team in passing yards among NFL Lines, averaging 446 yards per game. 

Brady is unstoppable right now, and the Bills can only hope to contain.  In total the Bills have only let up three touchdowns all season, where as Tom Brady has thrown for at least three touchdowns in each contest. 

Brady is completing seventy-one percent of his passes thus far in 2011 NFL lines, and if you give him any time in the pocket he will have a fun day out there. 

Expect another big day out of Tom Brady, and a loss for the Bills.

NFL Lines Pick - New England Patriots -8.5

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