What To Watch For In Patriots-Bills Week 4 Matchup

September 29, 2012 7:00 AM
What To Watch For In Patriots-Bills Week 4 Matchup
" BOSTON (CBS) — A Week 4 game can’t really be a must-win affair, but when you’re a team with sky-high expectations like the Patriots, well, it can.

The Patriots head to Buffalo this weekend with a 1-2 record, and a win would at best put them in a tie for first place in the AFC East, while a loss would send them to last place. Needless to say, not many folks’ preseason predictions considered that to be a real possibility, but that’s where the Patriots find themselves heading into Buffalo, with the Broncos, Seahawks and Jets awaiting in the following three weeks.

Kind of seems like must-win this weekend, no?

Here’s what to watch for as the Patriots try to get back to .500.

Watch Out For Wes Everyone remembers the loss last season, when the Patriots jumped out to a 21-0 lead midway through the second quarter but let the Bills come all the way back to win 34-31, but lost and forgotten in the middle of that was the performance of Wes Welker.

The receiver had a career day that afternoon in Orchard Park, catching 16 passes for 217 yards and a pair of touchdowns "

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