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Picks & Analysis: New England Patriots vs Buffalo Bills 12-31-2023

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On December 31, at Highmark Stadium, the Buffalo Bills (9-6) take on the New England Patriots (4-11) riding a three-game winning streak.


With a 26-23 victory versus the Denver Broncos on the road in their last game, head coach Bill Belichick managed to avoid setting his own mark for the most losses in a season. With no picks, Bailey Zappe passed for a season-high 256 yards and a pair of scores. A pair of fumbles were recovered by the defense. In their past three games, the Pats have registered a total of 13 points. Bailey Zappe is throwing for 975 yards, six touchdowns, four interceptions, and a completion percentage of 63.5%. Kendrick Bourne has 37 receptions, while Demario Douglas and Hunter Henry have teamed up for 936 receiving yards and 6 touchdowns. Running back Rhamondre Stevenson tops the New England Patriots rushing game with 619 yards and 4 touchdowns, averaging 95.7 yards per game. New England’s defense gives up 306.1 yards and 21.5 points per game.



With a last-second field goal, the Bills defeated the Los Angeles Chargers 24–22. The score was 10-0 when the game began. 237 yards, a passing touchdown, and an INT were all thrown by Allen. He added a pair of scores on the ground as well. Throughout their winning streak, the Buffalo Bills have defeated the Chiefs, Cowboys, and Chargers. Josh Allen is throwing for 3,778 yards, 27 touchdowns, and 15 picks on 66.5% of his passes. Dalton Kincaid has 62 receptions, while Stefon Diggs and Gabe Davis have accounted for 1,795 receiving yards and 15 touchdowns. James Cook tops the Buffalo Bills running game with 1,038 yards and two touchdowns, averaging 130.5 yards per game. They will be looking to take down the Patriots in this intense matchup.


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New England Patriots vs Buffalo Bills Game Information


  • Date: 12/31/2023
  • Time: 01:00 PM ET
  • Location: Highmark Stadium, Orchard Park, NY
  • How to Watch Patriots vs Bills : NFL NET
  • Live Stream: NFL Game Pass


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