ORCHARD PARK, N.Y. — He's quickly becoming a favorite target of Tom Brady.
Patriots wide receiver Brandon LaFell had a big game against the Bills, scoring two touchdowns on a 18-yard pass and a 56-yard pass in the fourth quarter of Sunday's 37-22 win.
"We knew it was going to be hard all week," LaFell said. "When you're playing against a defense with a front seven like that, with the Williams boys up front were coming off the edge, we knew it was going to be a sixty minute game, man. Looking at the film at these guys, these guys just play sixty minutes. They actually won a game in overtime so we knew it was going to take some third down conversions late in games to win games like this and we did."
It is his second two-touchdown game of LaFell's career. He had two touchdowns with the Panthers against the Giants on Sept. 22, 2013.
"It feels good but we know as a team, we haven't put our best foot out there yet," LaFell said. "We haven't played to the best of our abilities yet and we felt like that today in the first half. We came out there, got field position to start the game off but we knew, if we didn't do anything with it. These next couple of games against better teams, we have to capitalize on field position. We have to continue to do that this year and hopefully we can start doing that."