New England Patriots vs. Buffalo Bills Live Stream Free: Watch 2014 NFL Online, TV Channel, Radio Stations

( [email protected] ) Oct 11, 2014 06:22 PM EDT
New England Patriots Quarterback Tom Brady
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New England Patriots Quarterback Tom Brady

The New England Patriots are scheduled to play against the Buffalo Bills on Sunday of Week 6 NFL 2014. The (3-2) Patriots will visit the (3-2) Bills at the Ralph Wilson Stadium in Orchard Park in upstate New York. Watch the Patriots vs. Bills NFL Game via live stream below (free for subscribers).

Hall of Famer quarterback Tom Brady is going 104 of 172, with 1,083 pass yards and six touchdowns. Running back Stevan Ridley has 84 carries with 317 rush yards and two touchdowns.

On offense, Patriots is ranked 12th in points, 21st in total yards, 20th in pass yards, and 14th in rush yards.

On defense, New England is ranked 12th in points, 4th in yards (316.2), 3rd in pass yards (196.6), and 17th in rush yards (119.6).

Bills' EJ Manuel is going 76 of 131, with 838 pass yards and five touchdowns. C.J. Spiller has 62 carries and 215 pass yards.

On offense, the Bills are ranked 20th in points (19.2), 26th in yards (325.2), 21st in pass yards (217.6), and 20th in rush yards (107.6).

On defense, the Bills are ranked 4th in points (17.8), 8th in yards (324.8), 20th in pass yards (253.8), and 2nd in rush defense (71).

The Bills is currently ranked 1st in AFC East, and Patriots is trailing at 2nd in the division.

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Tom Brady is listed with an ankle injury, which is the second time this season that he was listed on an injury report as questionable. However, Jeff How of the Boston Herald reported Saturday afternoon that Brady was traveling to Buffalo for Sunday's game. This could mean that Brady will be playing against the Bills.

Buffalo Bills
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The Bills have one of the best pass rushes in the NFL, as shown by their league-leading 17 sacks through five games this season. The Patriots offensive line has allowed Brady to be sacked 10 times so far this season.

The Patriots lost 20-33 to the Miami Dolphins in Week 1, beat the Minnesota Vikings 30-7 in Week 2, Oakland Raiders 9-16 in Week 3, lost 14-41 to Kansas City Chiefs in Week 4, and won 17-43 in Week 5 over the Cincinnati Bengals.

The Bills won 23-20 over Chicago Bears in Week 1, 10-29 over Miami Dolphins in Week 2, lost 22-10 to San Diego Chargers in Week 3, 17-23 to Houston Texans in Week 4, and won 17-14 over Detroit Lions in Week 5.

If the Bills want to maintain the lead in their division, they must clamp down on Brady through consistent rush and pass defensivep plays. The Patriots' defensive line is also among the league's top. If New England's defense can do their job at stopping the Bills offenses, Brady should have no problem of regaining the lead in the AFC East.

The game will kick off on FOX at 10 a.m. PT, but you can watch the game online via live stream by clicking here. If you want to listen on the radio, check out the Patriots' broadcast at 550 AM WGR, and the Bills can be heard on WGR 550 AM.