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Two games that the Patriots now have circled on their calendars are the games against the Buffalo Bills. Former Patriot linebacker, Brandon Spikes, had a few things to say about his old team on Twitter.
First he Tweeted, “Great games on the schedule for 2014, but it’s going to be like Christmas to had the #Patriots #PatriotsNation a L…twice! #BILLSMAFIA.”
“it’s like icing on my cake to hand the #Patriots two big L’s this year. #Justwatch.”
Then he Tweeted but then deleted “4 years a slave,” comparing his four years with the Patriots organization to slavery. Then, Spikes went on to actually block Patriots fans on Twitter after they confronted him on his Tweets.
Spikes, who signed with the same Buffalo Bills organization that finished with a 6-10 record, losing twice to the Patriots, has a feeling that the Patriots will get swept by the Bills in the upcoming season. The last time the Bills swept the Patriots was in 1999, when Doug Flutie was their QB. Also these are the same Bills who haven’t beaten the Patriots since 2011 and before that, lost 15 straight against NE.
Spikes is also talking about the Patriots who signed arguably the best cornerback in the NFL, Darrelle Revis, and he is talking about the Patriots who made their already dominate offense even better with the re-signing of Julian Edlemen and the signing of former Carolina Panther, Brandon LaFell. Not to mention it, but Tom Brady is 22-2 against the Bills lifetime.
Yes, Spikes does make the Bills defense better, but do they have the talent to stop the dominating offense of the Patriots?
Spikes, make sure you bring your A game when you step on to the field when you face the Patriots because you, my friend, are just adding fuel to the fire, and who more than the Patriots love the trash talk about them.