Brady’s mistakes help Bills to end with losing streak
A bad hair day for Tom Brady allowed the Bills to end with an historic black spot in their resume against the Patriots, as Buffalo was able to end with a streak of fifteen games without victories over New England (8 seasons) thanks to their late 34-31 win from week 3. Brady was the biggest responsible concerning his team’s loss as he threw 4 interceptions (same number as his total for the past season, and the most in a single game since November 2006) that allowed for 24 points for the Bills, whom are the surprise team this year as they are currently 3-0 and topping the AFC East.

Eagles lost to Giants, Vick sidelined for 4 weeks
It seems that luck is definitely not on the side of the Eagles and Michael Vick, as the franchise lost to their long-time rivals the Giants by 29-16 on their week 3 meeting at Lincoln Financial Field. Vick suffered a concussion on Philly’s loss to the Falcons last week, and he got injured (broken hand) again against New York due to a hit from Chris Canty, and it is likely that he will not see action for 3 or 4 weeks. This leaves the Eagles with two replacement quarterbacks whom have not been able to compete with Vick for the starting position as they lack some of the talent from the star quarterback who recently signed a multi-million contract with Philadelphia. On the other hand, it was a good moment for the Giants, as they ended with a 6-game losing streak against their division rivals, and now New York are 2-1, while Philly is 1-2.

Bills and Lions are 3-0
What unwanted statistic shares the Lions and Bills? Neither has made it to the playoffs in eleven seasons, and Buffalo’s victory over the Patriots on week 3 certainly gives some hope to players with a long history with either team, including Bills linebacker Chris Kelsay, who has spent nine seasons with the team, “We played these guys 17 times and only won one until today. It’s awesome.” He said. But now the two franchises also share an important statistic, a positive one, as both as 3-0 and are part of a selected group of only 4 teams which are still undefeated this season. Whether either can make it to the playoffs is still early to say, but with these 3 first victories, things are looking like they are going their way.

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Michael Hill is an avid sports fan and a sports writer who has been in the betting and price per head industry for years. Michael writes about his experience and offers tips for other aspiring entrepreneurs who wish to make a living with sports bookmaking.