Sunday, December 3

The Bills exorcised demons by demolishing the Patriots

ORCHARD PARK, NY — Micah Hyde sat deep in center field as Mac Jones took center on a first-and-10 with just over five minutes left in the first quarter. The Patriots were trying to respond to a Josh Allen touchdown drive so peppered with hammering runs and unlikely ballet passes that the stadium was already a deafening cacophony of ’80s metal riffs and screaming fans in industrial ski gear, drinking courage. homemade liquid from Aquafina water bottles. converted shakers.

Jones was doing his best Tom Brady impression on the play, faking a quick-release hit to a receiver creeping up the middle, which seemed to isolate Hyde in the middle of the field. Wide receiver Nelson Agholor had a pass over Bills cornerback Levi Wallace, and Jones must have thought he had enough wiggle room to pull the trigger on a deep shot. It did not have the challenge of physics.

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