The (9-0-0) New England Patriots will host the (5-4-0) Buffalo Bills.
The Patriots are trying to clinch their 13th straight 10+ victory season, the 2nd longest streak in NFL history (behind only the 16-year streak of the Joe Montana/Steve Young 49ers from 1983-1998). The Patriots own a 12-1 record against the Bills at Gillette Stadium, with the lone loss coming in the week 17 bye week of 2014, where the team rested their starters prior to the Super Bowl run.
Bill Belichick owns a 27-4 record against the Bills since becoming the Patriots head coach and is 7-1 while playing at home on Monday Night football. Tom Brady has 24 victories over the Bills, the second most wins against any single team in NFL history (Brett Favre has 26 wins against the Lions).
Chandler Jones has 10.5 sacks on the season and is looking to become just the second player in Patriots history to record multiple 11+ sack seasons with the Patriots (Hall of Famer Andre Tippett has three). Jones notched 3 sacks against the Bills back in week 2.
The Patriots are in the midst of an NFL record 35 straight quarters of scoring, and have scored in all but the very first quarter of the NFL season. The Patriots have also won 12 straight games, tied for the third longest streak in team history.
The Bills have former Patriots tight end Matthew Mulligan on the roster, while the Patriots have former Bills in tight end Scott Chandler and defensive tackle Alan Branch.
Date: Monday, November 23rd, 2015
Location: Gillette Stadium, Foxboro, Massachusetts
Kickoff: 8:30 PM EST
Radio: 98.5 FM, with Scott Zolak and Bob Socci
SB Nation Coverage: Bills vs Patriots coverage
Online Streaming: NFL Game Pass for international viewers, 98.5 The Sports Hub Online Radio Stream
Announcers: Mike Tirico and Jon Gruden, with Lisa Salters on the sideline
Tickets: For tickets fans can visit the NFL Ticket Exchange
SB Nation Affiliates: Buffalo Rumblings
Additional Information: The Patriots provide an incredible breakdown on their website.