Patriots quarterback Tom Brady asserted his on-field ownership of the Buffalo Bills again Sunday, matching an NFL record in beating them for the 26th time.
Brady went 22 of 33 for 315 yards and threw four touchdowns in leading New England to a 41-25 win. He improved to 26-3 against Buffalo , matching a record set by Brett Favre, who went 26-9 against Detroit.
Best of all, Brady's performance had Bills fans heading for the exits early in the fourth quarter, what whatever Patriots fans remained as the clock wound down.
"We've had a lot of experiences where there's 70,000 people against you," Brady said. "And at the end there's 5,000 Patriots [fans] on...