Can the Patriots go a perfect 16-0? Fri, November 16, 2007
The New England Patriots resume their bid for a perfect season when they head to Buffalo to face the Bills on Sunday night.
With a win, the Patriots would become only the 10th team since 1970 to open 10-0. A win would also inch New England within a victory of clinching a division title -- and it's not even close to December yet.
The Patriots own the spotlight right now because of their opportunity to run the table and join the 1972 Miami Dolphins as the only modern-day NFL team to finish a season unbeaten.
The Tom Brady-led offence has been particularly unstoppable, with the Pats leading the league in total yards (3,858), points (355), touchdowns (46), touchdowns passing (33) and first downs (234).
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