After falling behind by two scores, the New England Patriots have stormed back to tie the Buffalo Bills at 21-21 after three quarters.
The Bills went up 21-7 with Ryan Fitzpatrick finding Donald Jones for a 68-yard score with 11:18 remaining in the quarter.
The Patriots muddled through the first half of the quarter until the mid way point of the quarter when the Pats put together an eight play, 80-yard drive that was capped with Tom Brady finding Danny Woodhead for a 17-yard score. The Pats tied the game with 3:59 left in the third when Brady ran in from four yards out, completing an 85-yard drive.
The Patriots have found great success running the ball, as the team has gained 188 yards on 29 carries for an average of 6.5 yards per carry. Brandon Bolden is leading the charge with 93 yards on 10 carries. Stevan Ridley had added 91 yards on 17 carries.