Sitting at 1-2 is an unfamiliar place for the New England Patriots. It’s the first time they’re under .500 since they fell to 0-1 in their season opening loss to Buffalo in 2003 (31-0). After two straight losses, New England’s quarterback knows playing at Ralph Wilson Stadium won’t make getting a win any easier.
“Yeah, it’s a very tough place to play,” said Brady. “I think we have to dig ourselves out of a bit of a hole that we kind of put ourselves into. We’re sitting here at 1-2 and looking up at Buffalo and the Jets. It’s a big, obviously, big game for us in terms of conference and division standings. Any time you play a division opponent on the road it’s a big game. We lost up there last year, so we have to go out there and try to play better than we’ve been playing.”
Brady and the Patriots blew a 21-point lead in Week 3 at Buffalo last season losing a 34-31 decision to the Bills.
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