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The Buffalo Bills were visibly frustrated after Monday evening's 14-10 loss to the Unusual England Patriots. Buffalo quarterback Josh Allen explained that the employees's arouse stemmed from their dissatisfaction with their efficiency.
"I mediate, frankly, we're pissed off because we deserve to be immense, and we're pissed off for greatness," Allen advised journalists after the recreation.
The snowy prerequisites in Foxborough made it a sophisticated recreation for every groups.
But Unusual England relied on its ground recreation to stable the receive. Damien Harris ran for a season-high 111 yards, including a 64-yard touchdown, and the Patriots performed with 222 yards on the bottom. Rookie quarterback Mac Jones attempted real three passes in the victory and Unusual England now has the ideally suited document in the AFC at 9-4.
The Bills had a more sturdy time, as Allen and the passing recreation couldn't get going in the merciless weather. Allen done 15-of-30 passes for 145 yards and a touchdown and furthermore misplaced a fumble. Buffalo totaled real 99 dashing yards.
The Bills had a possibility to circulate ahead with a late power into the red zone, however Allen's lunge on fourth down turned into as soon as batted down by Patriots defensive abet Myles Bryant with 1: 55 left in the fourth quarter.
Buffalo fell to 7-5 and has now misplaced four of its final seven video games after starting the season 4-1.
Things also can't get more easy for the Bills in Week 14, as they'll dart to face one in all the ideally suited groups in the NFC in the Tampa Bay Buccaneers (9-3) on Sunday.