Buffalo Bills beat New England Patriots to sweep Bill Belichick’s team for the first time since 1999

Not anymore. Thanks to their superstars Josh Allen and Stefon Diggs in the record series, the Bills gave the Patriots a taste of their own medicine on Monday.

A week after they finally dethroned the Patriots at the top of the AFC East Division, the Bills beat the Patriots 38-9, with Allen leading four times – three of them to Diggs – to help Buffalo to the first To become AFC East team in two decades. cattle New England.

The win at Gillette Stadium means the Bills have a 12-3 record entering the final week of the regular season, keeping them in No. 2 spot in the AFC.

“We have one more game left. And all that, that’s cool, the records, this and that,” Allen said afterwards.

“But the plan is to get to 13-3 and give ourselves a chance in the playoffs. It does not mean much if we can not do it.”

In the win, Allen and Diggs set the one-season franchise records for passes and receiving farms, respectively.

Allen now has 34 passes, surpassing Jim Kelly’s franchise season record. Hall-of-Famer Kelly congratulated the 24-year-old on his performance.

Diggs taunts the defenders of the New England Patriots as he runs into the end zone for a touchdown.
“CONGRATULATIONS Josh! Keep breaking records and win games! Keep doing your thing! Proud of you! Let’s go Buffalo !!” he said on Twitter.
Diggs had nine catches for 145 yards and three touchdowns, institution A bill single season record for reception yard.

Since joining the Patriots, head coach Bill Belichick has achieved nothing but success and has won six Super Bowls.

However, after the departure of legendary fullback Tom Brady to Tampa Bay in the summer, the Patriots found it difficult.

With 2015 MVP Cam Newton at the helm, they set a 6-9 record and the defeat against the Bills ensured they had their first losing season since 2000.

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Belichick reacts to the referee during the second half against the Buffalo Bills.

After throwing just 34 yards and running for a touchdown, Newton was drawn in the third quarter for Jarrett Stidham.

With such a poor performance from both quarterbacks, Belichick did not want to name who would start for the Patriots in the 17th quarter.

“The game was about ten, 15 minutes ago,” Belichick said. “We worked on the game, we played the game. Of course we did not make any plans for next week. Game is 15 minutes old.”