Wednesday, November 14, 2012
The following is a summary of police activity and incidents reported from Sunday’s NFL regular season game between the New England Patriots and Buffalo Bills at Gillette Stadium, as reported in Foxborough's Police logs.
The following incidents occurred during Sunday’s New England Patriots game against the Buffalo Bills at Gillette Stadium, according to Foxborough Police. The Patriots held on to beat the Buffalo Bills, 37-31 on Veterans Day this past Sunday. Of the 67,300 in attendance, Foxborough Police Chief Edward O'Leary said there were 31 police-related incidents, including six arrests. Sunday, Nov. 11: Arrests: Protective Custodies:
Sunday, November 11, 2012
The New England Patriots narrowly beat the Buffalo Bills, 37-31 Sunday at Gillette Stadium to improve to 6-3 this season.
It wasn't pretty but the New England Patriots did just enough to come away with a 37-31 victory over the Buffalo Bills Sunday afternoon at Gillette Stadium. Patriots' defensive back Devin McCourty intercepted a Ryan Fitzpatrick pass in the end zone on the Bills' final drive to preserve a 37-31 victory. Tom Brady threw two touchdown passes, Stevan Ridley and Danny Woodhead ran for a score each and Stephen Gostkowski converted all three of his field goal attempts. The Patriots (6-3) host the 6-3 Indianapolis Colts next Sunday at 4:25 p.m. Here's a compilation of game notes from Sunday's victory in Foxborough, courtesy of the Patriots Media Relations Department. PATRIOTS EARN SERIES SWEEP OF BUFFALO FOR 22nd SWEEP IN THE SERIES The Patriots …
After a week of rest, the New England Patriots host the Buffalo Bills on Sunday - Veterans Day - at Gillette Stadium. Kick-off is 1 p.m.
The New England Patriots and Buffalo Bills will meet for the 106th time Sunday and the second time in 2012, with New England holding a 63-41-1 edge following a 52-28 victory against the Bills in Buffalo on Sept. 30. The Patriots will be looking for their 22nd sweep in the annual series. The Patriots are 33-19 all-time in home games against Buffalo, including 10-0 at Gillette Stadium. The series between the AFC East rivals began in 1960. The Patriots’ 63 wins over the Bills are their highest victory total over any opponent, nine more than they own over the New York Jets (54). New England has won 22 of its last 25 games against Buffalo dating back to the 2000 season. After seven straight series sweeps and 15 straight Patriots wins, Buffalo …