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Devin McCourty expects middle fingers from Buffalo fans Monday night

Erin Walsh
October 26, 2018 - 11:56 am

Playing in Buffalo is no easy task for any NFL team, and Bills Mafia will be out in full force on Monday night. The 5-2 Patriots look to win their second straight road game against the 2-5 Bills.

Saftey Devin McCourty in particular knows how rowdy the Buffalo fans can get, especially since the Patriots are playing in Buffalo once a year.

“I’ve said it before – it’s one of those away games where we have no fans there,” McCourty told reporters Thursday. “Like even the couple of fans that come, they won’t take over that stadium. Like the Buffalo fans will be there. They’ll be giving us the middle fingers as soon as we get in town.”

McCourty added: “Like most teams, it’s when you pull in the stadium. There it’s as soon as you get within a couple miles of the stadium, like they’ll be ready to go. So I don’t think that’s a problem at all this game because we know their team. We play them often. We know they’re going to come out and fight and give us a good game.”

The Bills usually do give the Patriots a rough time in the beginning, but the Pats always seem to prevail in the end and sometimes it’s not even close.

The Patriots are 3-0 against the Bills on Monday Night Football and Tom Brady has an all-time record of 28-3 against the Bills.

Brady’s 28 wins are the most ever by a quarterback against a single team. In games played at Buffalo, Brady is 14-2. It’s definitely easy to see why the Patriots receive middle fingers from Buffalo fans, as New England has completely dominated the Bills all throughout the Brady era.

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