Sunday, September 20, 2015

D-Rex: Bills give up most pass yards in team history

Rex Ryan talked a big game this week. Sunday, he gave up a big game.

The Buffalo Bills coach, who has made his name as a career defensive guru, helped set the record for the most passing yards given up in franchise history.

New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady tore up the Bills' defense to the tune of 466 yards, as his team scored 40 points in a Week 2 victory over Buffalo.

Brady connected on 38 of 59 passes with three touchdowns and no interceptions.

According to Buffalo Rumblings, George Blanda had the previous passing record against the Bills with 464 yards in 1961.

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