New England Patriots vs. New York Jets Recap
October 16, 2014
In this AFC East rivalry game, the New England Patriots were heavily favored to win. With a record of 4-2. their offense was far superior to the New York Jets' 1-5 team. In the first half, it was a well played game with a score of 17-12 at halftime. Both teams were making plays, but the Jets did not score a touchdown. The great game play continued in the second half, and by the end of the game it was very close. Both quarterbacks played well, with Tom Brady throwing for 261 yards with 3 touchdowns and Geno Smith throwing for 226 yards and 1 touchdown.
Buffalo Bills vs. New England Patriots Recap
October 12, 2014
In this AFC East showdown, the Patriots were the favored team. With this in mind, the game evolved as plan, with the Patriots dominating on both sides of the ball. By half time, the score was 13-7 Patriots. This theme continued into the second half with the score 23-14 after three quarters of play. Both quarterbacks played well, with New England's Tom Brady throwing 4 touchdowns and Buffalo's Kyle Orton throwing 2. The big difference maker was turnovers. Buffalo had 3 throughout the contest including an Orton interception and 2 fumbles lost. The Patriots had zero turnover throughout the whole game.
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New England Patriots vs. Cincinnati Bengals Recap
October 5, 2014
New England Patriots took a 14 point lead by the end of the first quarter through touchdowns by Steven Ridley and Tim Wright. In the second quarter, Cincinnati Bengals opened their scoring through a field goal Mike Nugent. Patriots responded by scoring their first field goal through Stephen Gostkowski. Patriots extended their lead through another field goal by Gostkowski. In the third quarter, Bengals has their first touchdown of the game through Mohamed Sanu. But Rob Gronkowski ensured Patriot’s comfortable lead stayed intact by a touchdown. Patriots had one more touchdown through Kyle Arrington. A.J.Green restored some pride for Bengal through a touchdown in the third quarter. In the 4th quarter Patriots completely dominated the game by scoring three field goals through Stephen Gostkowski.