Tom Brady is 16/22 for 222 yards and three touchdowns and the New England Patriots have a 21-10 lead after 30 minutes of play against the Buffalo Bills at Ralph Wilson Stadium.
The Patriots opened the scoring on their first drive of the game when they marched 80 yards on nine plays and Tom Brady tossed a 14 yard touchdown pass to Wes Welker.
After a Ryan Fitzpatrick interception on the ensuing Bills drive, the Patriots needed only to drive 35 yards for their second score when Brady hooked up with Rob Gronkowski on a 3rd and goal from the one yard line.
The Patriots were unable to turn Fitzpatrick’s second interception of the first half into points, but in the second quarter Brady found Gronkowski again on a 26 yard touchdown pass, capping a five play, 65 yard drive.
The Bills finally got on the scoreboard just after the two minute warning when Fitzpatrick hit Steve Johnson for an 11 yard strike to cap a 96 yard drive that took just 7 plays.
Brady threw his second interception of the season just before the end of the first half, which the Bills were able to turn into a 42 yard field goal.
Wes Welker leads the team in receiving at the half with seven catches for 119 yards and a touchdown. Rob Gronkowski is second in receiving with 71 yards on five catches to go with his two scores.
For the Bills, Fitzpatrick is 20/28 for 224 yards along with one touchdown and two interceptions. Steve Johnson leads the team in receiving with 85 yards and a score. Fred Jackson continues his strong start to the season with 44 yards on the ground and a 7.3 average per carry.