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Patriots lead despite mistakes

With a fumble inside the five yard line, a failed fourth down attempt near the redzone and having to settle for a field goal on a first drive, the Patriots still managed to take a 10 point lead before halftime.

Brady has touchdown passes to Benjamin Watson and of course, Randy Moss. The Pats defense has finally started to get to rookie Bills QB Trent Edwards as Buffalo went three and out on three consecutive drives. Maroney is starting to heat up (9 carries, 63 yards).

Despite his fumble, Brady is as efficient as ever (11-14, 120 yards, 2 tds). Brady has already connected with eight different receivers, included TE Kyle Brady, who had an impressive 20 yard catch right before Moss’ three yard td catch – his fourth of the season and 105th of his illustrious career.

The Patriots will receive to start the second half.

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