NFL Week 4 will finally put an end to the undefeated journeys of some time and the Bills vs Patriots is also one of those high profiles Sunday games. The New England Patriots will take the Buffalo Bills at their home and despite the odds, things can turn surprising in the game.
Ed Oliver on if it would be a dream come true to sack Tom Brady: “At this point it would be a dream come true to sack anybody.” #Bills
— Jay Skurski (@JaySkurski) September 25, 2019
The Bills first-round pick Ed Oliver who has been garnering a lot of interest and yet remains to make his first sack as a defensive tackle. To level up his game, Oliver has challenged that he will sack Tom Brady in the Bills vs Patriots game. While the Patriots or the quarterback Brady have not responded to the challenge, they plan to answer it on Sunday at the field.
Bills and Patriots are Both at 3-0
NFL 2019 season is going great for the Bills where they have defeated teams like the Jets, Giants, and Bengals. Although, one call them as easy victories but it has boosted the morale of every Bills player as they head 3-0 in the season.
#Bills are 3-0. #Patriots are 3-0. They face off next week in Buffalo.
— NFL Update (@MySportsUpdate) September 22, 2019
Tom Brady has led the Patriots to 210 @NFL regular season victories.
81 of those 210 have come against the Bills, Jets, and Dolphins.
Yes, I know he faces them 6 times a season.
— Andrew Siciliano (@AndrewSiciliano) September 25, 2019
The same can be said for the Patriots as they thrashed the weaker names such as Steelers, Dolphins and the Jets. There is no doubt that the New England team is far superior to the Bills, but underdogs have won before in NFL. The Bills are in full confidence and if Ed Oliver actually manages to sack Tom Brady, it can change the outcome of Bills vs Patriots game.
Bills vs Patriots: Predictions and Betting Odds
The Buffalo Bills are currently ranking fifth in terms of points (15.7) and yards (299.7) per game for the 2019 NFL season. As for the offense, the Bills are at the position eight in NFL with 391.3 yards per game. It would be interesting if they can break the defensive line of the Patriots who haven’t allowed a single passing or rushing touchdown for the current NFL season. The Bills might not on be the level of Patriots, but they can sure give them a fight on the Bills vs Patriots Week 4 Sunday game.
Betting Odds: Bills vs Patriots(-7), Pick: Patriots: 31, Bills: 17