Going back to the opening weekend of the 2009 season, the Buffalo Bills traveled to New England to welcome Tom Brady back to the league on Monday Night Football. Brady had missed the 2008 season due to injuries, and you would have thought that he would have looked somewhat rusty, since he sat out the majority of 2008. But this is Tom Brady we are talking about, and he excels in the spotlight. Brady found a way to take apart the Bills' pass defense to the tune of 368 passing yards. The Bills succeeded in applying pressure to Brady throughout the game, and they turned an Aaron Schobel interception into a 26-yard touchdown return. With 2:30 to play, the Bills were sitting on an 11-point lead at 24-13, a lead you assume would normally hold up. However, this is the Bills we are talking about, a ...
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