Saturday, November 21, 2015

Edelman-Lewis a key change from last Pats-Bills bout

There will be one major difference in personnel Monday night when the New England Patriots and Buffalo Bills take the field as opposed to the teams' last meeting.

As ESPN Boston's Mike Reiss points out:
When the Patriots defeated the Bills, 40-32, in Week 2, running back Dion Lewis (138) and receiver Julian Edelman (109) accounted for 247 of New England's 507 total yards (48.7 percent) and scored three touchdowns. Lewis is now on IR with a torn ACL, while Edelman broke his foot last week.
That said... Tom Brady is still Tom Brady. And he'll be in the friendly confines of Foxborough.

Check out Reiss' nine other "things to know" about the AFC East battle:

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