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Monday Night Football Week 11

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Updated: .November 22, 2015

By Don Phillips
November 23
BUFFALO (5-4) AT NEW ENGLAND (9-0)
Monday, Nov 23 2015 at 8:30 PM
Efficient and effective in most outings this season on Monday Night Football Week 11, Taylor tallied a hisbest game versus the Patriots earlier this season, albeit entirely in garbage-time with his team down big. The same game-flow upside angle can be applied to this one, but Taylor’s inexperience can hurt and have risks in his passing game are still present, as well.LeSeaanMcCoy tallied a season-high 96 yards between the tackles in Week 10, as he looked spry and shifty as the “Shady” of old on November 12th Thursday night.KarlossWilliams has been amazingly effective in limited touches this season, but a call for a correction in his touchdown rate is quite loud. As the change-of-pace back behind LeSean McCoy.CharlllseClay earned a worthy target share in Week 10 and could again see respectable attention as a primary target for a heavy road dog against a secondary he scored on in Week 2.The Patriots have surrendered the fourth-most points per game to opposing wideouts, and Watkins is poised to produce strong numbers as Tyrod Taylor’s one of the top target on an offense that might finally trend pass-happy, given their status as heavy underdogs.
The Patriots have scored in 35 straight quarters, the longest streak in NFL history. The Bills afforded Brady his third-highest production outcome of the season back in Week 2. With a stable floor around three touchdowns and the potential for much more, the top arm in football appears set for another big prime-time performance.Julian Edelman and Dion Lewis rank first and third, respectively, in targets from Tom Brady on the season. Lewis is on IR and Edelman’s injury appears long-term, as well. This opens the door for Amendola to snag a high-volume role in replacing the high-percentage routes missing from the roster. The Bills have allowed the sixth-most receptions (14.7) per game to receivers this season. Given an uptick in usage and somewhat inviting matchup metrics, Amendola makes for a dangerous player versus Buffalo this week.
NEW ENGLAND is 3-2 against the spread versus BUFFALO over the last 3 seasons
NEW ENGLAND is 4-1 straight up against BUFFALO over the last 3 seasons
3 of 5 games in this series have gone OVER THE TOTAL over the last 3 seasons
Key Player Injuries

BUFFALO
[T] 11/21/2015 – Cyrus Kouandjio probable Monday vs. New England ( Knee )
[RB] 11/20/2015 – Karlos Williams probable Monday vs. New England ( Illness )
[CB] 11/20/2015 – LeodisMcKelvin “?” Monday vs. New England ( Illness )
[WR] 11/07/2015 – Percy Harvin IR ( Hip )
[RB] 10/22/2015 – Cierre Wood IR ( Knee )
[WR] 10/20/2015 – Marquise Goodwin IR ( Ribs )
[DT] 10/19/2015 – Kyle Williams out indefinitely ( Knee )
[S] 10/14/2015 – Aaron Williams IR – designated return ( Neck )
[TE] 10/13/2015 – MarQueis Gray IR ( Forearm )
[LB] 09/04/2015 – Ty Powell IR ( Knee )
[DE] 09/04/2015 – Jarius Wynn IR ( ACL )
NEW ENGLAND
[LB] 11/20/2015 – Jamie Collins doubtful Monday vs. Buffalo ( Illness )
[WR] 11/15/2015 – Julian Edelman out indefinitely ( Foot )
[G] 11/15/2015 – Tre’ Jackson “?” Monday vs. Buffalo ( Knee )
[T] 11/15/2015 – Sebastian Vollmer “?” Monday vs. Buffalo ( Concussion )
[T] 11/15/2015 – Marcus Cannon “?” Monday vs. Buffalo ( Toe )
[RB] 11/09/2015 – Dion Lewis IR ( Knee )
[C] 11/06/2015 – Ryan Wendell IR ( Knee )
[TE] 10/29/2015 – Rufus Johnson out for season ( Illness )
[CB] 10/18/2015 – Tarell Brown IR ( Foot )
[T] 10/14/2015 – Nate Solder IR ( Bicep )
[FB] 08/29/2015 – James Develin IR ( Tibia )

Selection: New England-7 Over 48

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