Tom Brady Flips Out at Josh McDaniel on Patriots Sideline

Tom Brady Flips Out at Josh McDaniel on Patriots Sideline

ABOUT THE PATRIOTS (9-2): Quarterback Tom Brady, who leads the league in passer rating (111.7) and yards (3,374) is 26-3 against Buffalo and can set the all-time record for wins against one opponent with a victory Sunday. Burkhead then took over in the second half by capping New England's first two drives with 1- and 14-yard touchdown runs.

numberFire's models projected Burkhead for 10.1 FanDuel points and he popped off for 23.8 in Week 13. Overall, the team 130 yards on the ground.

Brady needed to simply stand aside and let the Patriots' rejuvenated rushing attack wear down the Bills in a game New England never trailed.

Best shoestring swipe: Lee's diving swipe at a scrambling Taylor's legs was just enough for a 4-yard sack of the Bills quarterback in the first quarter. He finished with 15 carries for 92 yards.

Brady and McDaniels have worked together for more than a decade, including five seasons before the coordinator became the Denver Broncos' head coach in 2009 and more than five seasons afterward.

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Stephen Gostkowski is a ideal 3 for 3 on field goal attempts, with a long of 50 yards in the windy conditions in western NY. Rookie Nathan Peterman would replace Taylor at quarterback following his knee injury.

LB ERIC LEE: Intercepted Tyrod Taylor at the goal line on Buffalo's opening drive.

Webb had three rushes for 27 yards, including a 22-yarder up the middle to open Buffalo's fourth possession. Going 70-yards in 10 plays the Patriots were able to extend their lead thanks to a Rex Bulkhead 1-yard touchdown run. He's now 29 for 32 on the season on field goals.

NOTES: Patriots C David Andrews returned to action after missing two games due to illness. New England signed Lee, 23, off of Buffalo's practice squad on November 21.

Of course, this isn't the first time a sex toy has found it's way onto the field in Buffalo. The fifth-round draft pick proved he wasn't ready two weeks ago, throwing five interceptions in the first half of a 54-24 loss at the Los Angeles Chargers.

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