Michael Felger and Tony Massarotti talk about the Patriots' impressive 52-28 victory over the Bills on Sunday and how Buffalo's additions on defense did little to stop the Pats.
Felger talked about how the Patriots success began with the offensive line, which was playing without All-Pro Logan Mankins. The line cleared the way for the running game, which featured a pair of 100-plus-yard rushers in Brandon Bolden and Stevan Ridley.
Curiously, Felger noted, we saw a lot less of Patriots running back Danny Woodhead (10 snaps, zero carries) than have in the first three games.
Massarotti pointed out how the additions the Bills made designed to stop the Patriots, were no-shows, particularly free agent defensive end Mario Williams.
"I'd call him the single biggest bust in the NFL this season," Massarotti said of Williams, who signed a record contract for a defensive player in the off-season.