The Bills exorcised demons by demolishing the Patriots

ORCHARD PARK, N.Y. — Micah Hyde sat in deep middle area as Mac Jones took the snap on a first-and-10 with just a little greater than 5 minutes remaining in the first quarter. The Patriots had been making an attempt to reply a Josh Allen landing drive so peppered with hammering runs and balletic, inconceivable passes that the stadium was already a deafening cacophony of ’80s metallic riffs and hollering followers in industrial ski gear, sipping home made liquid braveness from Aquafina water bottles turned cocktail shakers.

Jones was doing his finest Tom Brady impression on the play, pump-faking a quick-release strike to a receiver dragging over the center, which appeared to isolate Hyde in the center of the area. Large receiver Nelson Agholor had a step on Bills cornerback Levi Wallace, and Jones should have thought he had sufficient leeway to drag the set off on a deep shot. He didn’t rely on the defiance of physics.

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