One thing to remember for Sunday’s Bills-Pats season finale is that New England’s high-powered offense didn’t have a key member healthy for the first meeting in Buffalo back in Week 3.
The Patriots were without Aaron Hernandez in that game, who was out with an injury. It was one less passing weapon for the Bills to worry about. Since he’s been back in New England’s lineup Chan Gailey has seen a noticeable difference.
“When he came back they started hitting full stride,” Gailey told Buffalobills.com. “He is a big part of what they do. They’ve got the three-headed monster so to speak right now, but those other guys will make plays if you don’t watch out for them too.”
Gailey is referring to Wes Welker and Rob Gronkowski as the other two-thirds of his three-headed monster.
Tags: Aaron Hernandez, Bills-Patriots, Chan Gailey
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