ORCHARD PARK, New York (Reuters) – The Buffalo Bills overturned a 21-point deficit to upset the New England Patriots 34-31 on Sunday and maintain their perfect start to the National Football League (NFL) season.
Buffalo quarterback Ryan Fitzpatrick tossed two touchdowns while an inspired Bills defense intercepted Tom Brady four-times as Buffalo snapped a run of 15 consecutive losses to their AFC East division rivals and improved to 3-0 this season.
Brady was on target early in the game, hitting Wes Welker and Rob Gronkowski for early touchdowns as the Pats opened up a 21-0 lead, but gave up four picks in the second half.
The fourth quarter delivered edge of your seat excitement with Rian Lindell booting a 28-yard field goal with no time left on the clock to whip the capacity crowd into a frenzy.
(Editing by Julian Linden)