A quick look at the information you need to know about today's Patriots-Bills game:
TEAM RECORDS: Patriots 3-0, Bills 1-2
GAME TIME: 1 p.m. EST
TV NETWORK: CBS
TV ANNOUNCERS: Ian Eagle, Dan Fouts and Evan Washburn
NATIONAL RADIO NETWORK: Sports USA
NATIONAL RADIO ANNOUNCERS: Larry Kahn, Mark Carrier and Troy West
LOCAL RADIO NETWORK: Anchored by WBZ-FM (98.5 The Sports Hub)
LOCAL RADIO ANNOUNCERS: Bob Socci and Scott Zolak
ALL-TIME SERIES BETWEEN THE TEAMS: Patriots lead, 69-42-1
LAST MEETING: Patriots 20, Bills 13 on Nov. 23, 2015 at Gillette Stadium
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-- The Patriots were 3-0 in September, their 22nd undefeated month (not counting January or February) since 2000. That is the most undefeated months of any NFL team in that time span; the Colts are second with 15.
-- The Patriots are 49-16 (.754) in October since 2000, the best record in the NFL, and are 29-4 (.878) in October home games in that time span.
-- The Patriots are 13-1 against the Bills all-time at Gillette Stadium.
-- The Patriots' 69 victories over the Bills are the most they've recorded over any opponent. The second-highest total is 59, over the Jets.
-- The Patriots are 72-21 (.774) against AFC East teams since 2001, the best intradivision record in the NFL over that time span.
-- The Patriots' 27-0 victory over the Texans last Thursday night with Jacoby Brissett at quarterback raised the record of QBs making their first NFL start with Bill Belichick as coach to 6-0. The others were Todd Philcox of the Browns (28-16 win at Los Angeles Rams on Sept. 20, 1993), Eric Zeier of the Browns (29-26 win at Cincinnati on Oct. 29, 1995), Tom Brady of the Patriots (44-13 over the Colts at Foxboro Stadium on Sept. 30, 2001), Matt Cassel of the Patriots (19-10 at New York Jets on Sept. 14, 2008) and Jimmy Garoppolo of the Patriots (23-21 at Arizona on Sept. 11, 2016).
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-- Bill Belichick now has 226 regular-season career wins as a head coach and is tied with Curly Lambeau for fourth place on the all-time NFL list. One more victory moves him into sole possession of fourth place, with Tom Landry (250) ahead of him in third. The coach with the most regular-season wins is Don Shula (328), followed by George Halas (318).
-- Rob Gronkowski has 66 overall touchdowns and needs two to tie Stanley Morgan (68) for the franchise record.
-- Gronkowski has 65 receiving touchdowns and needs two to tie Morgan (67) for the franchise record.
-- Gronkowski has 5,555 receiving yards and needs 171 to tie Irving Fryar for fourth place on the franchise's all-time receiving yardage list.