FOXBOROUGH, Mass. — The 2016 season is still in its first month, and so far nothing has been able to stop the New England Patriots.
Not Tom Brady's four-game suspension.
Not the injuries to both of Brady's backups.
And certainly not the efforts of their first three opponents.
It's their old buddy Rex Ryan's turn to give it a try.
Ryan is back in New England (3-0) Sunday for the second time since taking over as coach of the Buffalo Bills (1-2).
But he, like the rest of the AFC East, hasn't had much luck against Bill Belichick's bunch.
Including his six seasons as coach of the Jets, Ryan is j4-11 against the Patriots, dropping nine of the past 10...