Patriots 'don't feel good' after victory over Bills

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November 12, 2012, 6:50 am
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(NECN/CSN) – The New England Patriots beat the Buffalo Bills 37-31 at Gillette Stadium Sunday, but it was a victory some are calling ‘ugly.’

Coach Bill Belichick said Bills did a good job and fought right till the end.

“We made the plays that we needed to make. It wasn’t perfect of course. A lot of work to do,” he said.

“It was tight today, and I’m glad we came away with the win,” quarterback Tom Brady said. “We fought hard. We know we certainly had more opportunities out there to score more points.”

Brady had 237 pass yards and two touchdowns in the win.

“Overall, we won. It don’t feel good, I will say that,” said Deion Branch. “It was a good victory, but none of us feel good.”

Patriots are 11-0 versus the Bills at Gillette Stadium.

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