Sunday, November 18, 2007

The Undefeated!

New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady throws against the Buffalo Bills during the second quarter of their NFL football game at Ralph Wilson Stadium in Orchard Park, N.Y., Sunday, Nov. 18, 2007.

Make IT 10 Down and 8 to Go!

New England Patriots matched their highest scoring mark ion history Sunday as they defeated the hot - Buffalo Bills at home 56-10. My goodness! This train is motoring on over-drive.

Tom Brady connected for 5 TD Passes & 373 yards. Tom Terrrific's favorite target Randy Moss is becoming a New England sports legend as we speak. Moss caught a 43 yard Brady pass in the first quarter for a TD. Randy received: a 16 yard; 28 yard and 35 yard pass from Sir Thomas in the 2nd stanza.

The Pats scored 21 unanswered points in the 2nd quarter. Buffalo was undefeated in their last 4 games, but ran into the "obstruction of football justice" which is New England. The Pats scored the most points in the NFL (56) by a road team since 1973 when the Raiders scored 62 against New Orleans.

The Patriot winning tradition in the NFL is scary. No team can touch the type of product this franchise has assembeled in 2007. Now it is time to take a shot at an UNDEFEATED season. Yes - the Pats could be and should be undefeated in 2007-2008. They also are the odds on favoite right now to win the Super Bowl.

Let's all just sit back relax and enjoy the ride on the Patriots Express!

Patriots Rout Bills, Keep Heading for Records

AP Football Writer

ORCHARD PARK, N.Y. (AP) The New England Patriots were unstoppable again, making an unbeaten season seem almost inevitable.

Scoring touchdowns on their first seven offensive possessions and getting the eighth on a turnover, the Patriots won their 10th straight game, routing Buffalo 56-10 Sunday night. Tom Brady and Randy Moss, themselves ready to rewrite the NFL record books, led the romp.

Brady was 31-of-39 for 373 yards with five TD passes, four to Moss, as New England became the 10th team since 1970 to start a season 10-0. The way they played, they appear unbeatable, and barring injury are an excellent bet to become the NFL's first perfect team since the 1972 Miami Dolphins.

It was the ninth time in 10 games New England won by more than 17 points and the ninth time it scored more than 34 points. The Patriots did it coming off a bye week after their only close game of the season, a 24-20 win in Indianapolis in which they came back from 10 points down with less than 10 minutes left.
They also did it against a Buffalo team that came in 5-4 with four straight wins.
Brady, who has yet to throw fewer than three touchdown passes in a game, increased his TD passes to 38, just 11 short of Peyton Manning's single-season record, set in 2004. Moss' four TD catches gave him 16 for the season, six short of the record set by Jerry Rice in 1987.

"They are magnificent. They really are," said Buffalo president Marv Levy, who coached the Jim Kelly-led Bills that went to four Super Bowls between 1990-93 and, at the time, set the standard for offensive excellence.

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