FOXBOROUGH - Even Kevin Faulk, the Patriots’ most-tenured player, was seeing something he hadn’t seen in quite some time Sunday, when New England surrendered a 21-0 second-quarter lead in Buffalo and lost to the Bills for the first time in eight years.
“It’s been a long time, but there have been [breakdowns like that],’’ Faulk said. “There have been wild and crazy games that we’ve played. But that’s what makes this sport so unique, that’s what makes it so spectacular - because whenever you think something is done, something can happen. And we knew [Buffalo] could come back, because they did it the week before.’’