Patriots Vs Bills: 3 Keys to the Game

Tom Brady will need protection from his offensive line on Sunday to win. (Photo From

Tom Brady will need protection from his offensive line on Sunday to win.
(Photo From

The Patriots will travel to Buffalo on Sunday, where Buffalo fans will try to break the Guiness World Record for the loudest stadium. The Chiefs hold the record, which they set last September when they hosted the New England Patriots.

So, the Pats will battle the loudness in the stadium against the battle ready Bills.

They can overcome all of that by winning 3 keys to the game.

1. Protect Tom Brady:

Of course, this is number one and the most important key to the game and every game. Protect Tom Brady because if he has time he will beat you. Plain and Simple, but against Buffalo it will be tough. Brady will try to help his line by moving around the pocket, but they have to keep it clean as possible and make sure that jersey Brady will be wearing is as sparkling as ever.

2. Stop The Run:

On  the other side, a different but just as hard battle will be looming for the Patriots — stopping the run. The defensive tackles will need to have good push, much better than they did against Pittsburgh, and the ends must not over pursue Tyrod Taylor, who loves to run. So, box in the QB, and keep the running backs in check and the Pats will most likely come away with a win. Stopping the run is the most important thing the defense can do on Sunday.

3. The Patriots Tight Ends winning the battle:

The tight ends for the Patriots could play a huge role in this game. The tight ends I’m speaking of being Gronk and Chandler. They are huge guys and almost uncoverable by any linebacker and safety, which is why Rex will put two guys on Gronk, leaving room for Chandler to step up and step out with a big game. If Gronk gets going, watch out, we could have a blow out, but if not I expect Brady to look for Chandler to help free up Gronk. In the redzone, Chandler can do a lot of damage in this game because the Pats will need touchdowns and not field goals to win. These two tight ends have to bring their A game because I have a feeling not much else will be very open.


Enjoyed this post?
Subscribe to Patriots Gab via RSS Feed or E-mail and receive daily news updates from us!

Submit to Digg  Stumble This Story  Share on Twitter  Post on Facebook  Post on MySpace  Add to  Bark It Up  Submit to Reddit  Fave on Technorati

Leave a Reply