Tom Brady’s Win Total In Buffalo Should Make Bills Grimace Ahead Of Week 4

Tom Brady’s record in Buffalo speaks for itself.

The New England Patriots quarterback has more wins at New Era Field since 2001 than any other quarterback, according to a statistic NFL Research shared Tuesday. Brady’s 15 career wins in Buffalo are one better than former Bills (and Patriots) quarterback Drew Bledsoe and two better than ex-Bills signal-callers Tyrod Taylor and Ryan Fitzpatrick.

Brady’s ability to win games in upstate New York reflect the scale of the Patriots’ dominance during his tenure with the team — New England has won the last 10 AFC East titles and claimed the division in 16 of the 18 seasons since TB12 took over as starting quarterback.

His Buffalo win total also suggests the Bills, who have reached the playoffs only once (in 2017) during the Brady years, have, um, struggled in recent seasons.

Nevertheless, the Patriots will visit the Bills on Sunday in a Week 4 game, and the only records that will matter come kickoff time belong to the teams: both are 3-0 in 2019.

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