New England Patriots defeat Buffalo Bills, 29-6

The Wise Guys said this one might be a challenge, but this time the Wise Guys were wrong.

What the sellout crowd at Gillette Stadium and the ESPN audience saw last night was a Big Brother/ Little Brother mismatch.

The Patriots didn't annihilate the Buffalo Bills last night, but it's not their style to annihilate anyone. But they assumed immediate and complete control of the game en route to a by-the-numbers 29-6 triumph, so much so that when it was 3-0 on the obligatory...

If you listened to Patriots coach Bill Belichick and others speaking about the Bills last week, Drew Bledsoe was playing like the second coming of Johnny Unitas and Willis McGahee was running like Walter Payton.

At the conclusion of 60 minutes of football last night, Bledsoe looked more like a 40-something George Blanda while McGahee looked like a running back with a bad leg.

By virtue of a 29-6 win over the Bills at Gillette Stadium, the Patriots kept pace with the ...

The New Orleans Saints have fallen behind early and often this season. And they have seldom come back.

Yesterday, with more than a little help from the Kansas City Chiefs, the Saints recovered from an early 10-point deficit, then scored a late touchdown to win.

Aaron Brooks threw a 42-yard touchdown pass to Joe Horn midway through the fourth quarter and New Orleans beat the Chiefs, 27-20.

New Orleans (4-5), which has been outscored, 54-0, in the first quarter in t...

Because Corey Dillon means so much to the Patriots offense, any sign of injury is cause for concern. Such a moment came with 8:06 remaining in the first half last night when Dillon, after an 8-yard run, came up limping and went to the sideline, where he stayed for the rest of the half.

Suddenly that anxiety turned into a sigh of relief when Dillon returned with a vengeance in the second half and wound up rushing for 151 yards on 26 carries in New England's 29-6 win over...