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The Good, The Bad, and The Ugly: Bills 25 v. Patriots 29 

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The Good 

Rookie tight end Dalton Kincaid had his best game as a professional with 8 receptions for 75 yards. Kincaid is a reliable receiver and is now the starter with Dawson Knox sidelined with a wrist injury. Running back James Cook continued his strong play with 102 scrimmage yards on 16 touches with 1 touchdown. Cook has proven himself to be both a powerful and elusive player with the ball in his hands. 

The Bad 

Josh Allen continues to turn the ball over at a league leading rate. Allen was intercepted on his first pass of the game after staring down wide receiver Stefon Diggs. The injuries a continue to pile up on both sides of the ball. Tight end Dawson now will be out indefinitely with a wrist injury that requires surgery. 

The Ugly 

The defense is simply not the same with all the injuries. The defensive line couldn’t hold up against the run and the secondary appeared overmatched in pass coverage. Linebacker Matt Milano is sorely missed and there’s no viable replacement on this roster. All indications are that the Bills are in the market for a veteran linebacker ahead of the trade deadline. 

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