A quick look at the information you need to know about tonight's Patriots-Bills game:
GAME TIME: 8:30 p.m. EST
TV NETWORK: ESPN
TV ANNOUNCERS: Mike Tirico, Jon Gruden and Lisa Salters
NATIONAL RADIO: Westwood One Sports
NATIONAL RADIO ANNOUNCERS: Kevin Harlan, Boomer Esiason and Steve Tasker
LOCAL RADIO NETWORK: Anchored by WBZ-FM (98.5 The Sports Hub)
LOCAL RADIO ANNOUNCERS: Bob Socci and Scott Zolak
ALL-TIME SERIES BETWEEN THE TEAMS: Patriots lead, 68-42-1
LAST MEETING: Patriots 40, Bills 32 on Sept. 20, 2015 at Ralph Wilson Stadium
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-- The Patriots are an NFL-best 42-15 in the month of November since 2001 (.737 winning percentage).
-- The Patriots are 70-19 (.787) in the regular season against AFC East opponents since 2001, the best intra-division record of any team in the NFL over that time span.
-- The Patriots are 3-0 in the AFC East in 2015.
-- The Patriots are looking for their 24th season-series sweep against Buffalo.
-- Bill Belichick is 27-5 as a head coach against the Bills, including 27-4 with the Patriots. Rex Ryan is 4-10 as a head coach against the Patriots, including 0-1 with the Bills.
-- This will be the third Monday Night Football matchup between the Patriots and Bills, all of which have been played in Foxboro. The Pats won the previous two: 27-14 on Oct. 23, 1995, and 25-24 on Sept. 14, 2009.
-- The Patriots and Bills have played regular-season and playoff games at eight venues, and the Pats have a winning record against Buffalo at six of them. In games at Buffalo, they were 7-6-1 at War Memorial Stadium and are 26-16 at Rich Stadium/Ralph Wilson Stadium. In New England, they were 2-1 at Nickerson Field, 3-3 at Fenway Park, 1-0 at Alumni Stadium, 0-1 at Harvard Stadium and 17-14 at Schaefer/Sullivan/Foxboro Stadium, and are 12-1 at Gillette Stadium.
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WHAT TO LOOK FOR
-- The Patriots are looking to start a season 10-0 for the second time in franchise history. The other was in 2007.
-- Rob Gronkowski (62) needs seven touchdowns to move past Stanley Morgan (68) and become the all-time leader in touchdowns for the Patriots.
-- Gronkowski (61) needs seven receiving touchdowns to move past Stanley Morgan (67) and become the all-time leader in receiving touchdowns for the Patriots.