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News Blitz 12/1: Brady back prepping for Bills

Today’s News Blitz brings all the New England news from around the web, including Tom Brady returning to practice to prepare for a Buffalo team that he’s beat up on like no other.

Tom Brady has had almost unprecedented success in Buffalo and against the Bills overall.

Not only can the New England passer set a record for the most wins against a single opponent with a victory in Buffalo on Sunday, he could become the third-most successful quarterback in New Era Field (formerly Ralph Wilson Stadium) history trialing only longtime Bills starters Jim Kelly and Joe Ferguson in wins and touchdown passes in that facility.

The Boston Globe notes that after missing work on Wednesday due to an Achilles issue, Brady returned to the practice field on Thursday to get ready to continue to his productive ways against Buffalo. The Globe *writes about one of Brady's new favorite targets, Brandin Cooks, still working to find his favored route in Foxborough. The *Globe *previews the game in Buffalo, noting that the Bills have improved under new coach Sean McDermott but that it won’t likely matter much on Sunday. The *Globe also looks at Bill Belichick’s preparations for Bills QB Tyrod Taylor.

The* Boston Herald *compares Stephon Gilmore’s first season in New England to Darrelle Revis’ arrival with the Patriots back in 2014, saying the parallels are "staggering." The *Herald *Patriots notebook has Rob Gronkowski excited to play in front of his hometown fans in Buffalo, where he's found a lot of success over the years against the Bills.

The Providence Journal declares that Gronkowski is always happy to play in Buffalo. The* Pro Jo* says that while Belichick has dominated the Bills over the years, the coach still touts the division foe.

*USA Today *alliterates that the Bills are bracing for Brady’s latest trip to Buffalo

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