Tom Brady set another record in the 23-3 win over the Buffalo Bills. It was the 27th victory for Brady over the Bills and no other quarterback in history has beaten one team that many times.

Brady did not throw any touchdowns in this one but he was solid, 21-for-30 and 258 yards. He threw one interception.

That interception led to a personal foul penalty called on Rob Gronkowski who went back at the Buffalo cornerback while he lay on the ground. Gronk was frustrated on a lack of a holding/interference call against the Bills. Gronk is likely to face a league fine or suspension.

Check out what he said following the game...

Gronk did have a big day, catching nine passes for 147 yards.

The Patriots running game was good, too. Dion Lewis carried 15 times for 92 yards. Rex Burkhead rushed 12 times for 78 yards and two TDs.

Stephen Gostkowski kicked three field goals.

The Patriots defense held the Bills to 268 yards of offense.

Put the Pats record at 10-2 and next on the schedule is a Monday night game at Miami.