Buffalo Bills Continue To Chase New England As 2021-22 Season Winds Down
Updated: May 17
The Buffalo Bills continue to chase the runaway New England Patriots as we enter the 15th week of NFL regular season play. The Bills sit 7-6 as they have gone 2-3 in their last 5 played, despite that record the Bills have outscored opponents 128-111 with an average of 26 points scored by the offense and 22 points by the defense given up per game. Frankly this is an inconsistent team on the defensive side as offensively they have been contenders, no matter how good of a Quarterback you have he can not put up 40+ points a game. Bills QB Josh Allen is in the midst of an MVP contender season as he is 325-494 passing (65%) for a total of 3,524 yards with 28 TDs to 11 INTs.
Going over to the Patriots side as once again they are back to the top being Super Bowl favorites, but this time it is without Tom Brady as Mac Jones who is having a historic rookie season has brought New England to a 9-4 record and is currently riding a seven game winning streak. The Former Alabama QB will most likely be the Rookie of The Year, Jones is led by legendary coach Bill Belichick who had several Super Bowl winning years with future hall of famer Tom Brady. Jones has gone 270-384 passing (70%) with 2869 yards along 16 TDs and 8 INTs, he is the best rookie QB this season so far.
Buffalo will meet New England on December 26th for the final time this regular season, depending how both teams play this upcoming week will really decide if the Bills are in a must win situation or not.