(FOXBORO, Mass.) — Tom Brady’s pursuit for his fourth Super Bowl title continues this Sunday afternoon in Foxboro, when the New England Patriots (12-3) take on their AFC East division rivals, the Buffalo Bills (6-9). If the Pats win or tie, they will clinch home field advantage throughout the AFC playoffs.
“Got a big game this week and could put ourselves in a really good position if we win it,” Brady said. “It’s a team we lost to before, and we got to go out and play well.”
These two teams last met back in Week 3, when Buffalo defeated New England on a last-second Rian Lindell field goal.
Brady needs only 103 passing yards to reach 5,000 on the season. He trails Saints quarterback Drew Brees for the league lead by 190 yards. Brees has already broken Dan Marino’s single season record of 5,084 passing yards.
Kickoff is set for 1 p.m. EST.
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