The Patriots have beaten the Buffalo Bills 13 consecutive times since a season-opening 31-0 loss on Sept. 7, 2003. Some have been blowouts, but many have been decided in the last quarter. Here’s a look at the streak: 

Dec. 27, 2003: at New England 31, Buffalo 0:

The Patriots sack Drew Bledsoe four times, intercept two passes; Tom Brady throws for four touchdowns to avenge a 31-0 opening loss. 

Oct. 3, 2004: New England 31, at Buffalo 17

Bills led early, 17-10; Richard Seymour returns fumble 68 yards after Tedy Bruschi sacks Bledsoe in fourth quarter. 

Nov. 14, 2004: at New England 29, Buffalo 6

Adam Vinatieri kicks five field goals; Patriots intercept four passes. 

Oct. 30, 2005: at New England 21, Buffalo 16

Corey Dillon scores two 1-yard touchdown runs in final 7:06, the final one set up by sack and fumble recovery by Rosevelt Colvin. 

Dec. 11, 2005: New England 35, at Buffalo 7

Dillon rushes for 102 yards; Brady throws TD passes to Troy Brown and Christian Fauria — both now analysts for WEEI. 

Sept. 10, 2006: at New England 19, Buffalo 17

Ty Warren’s fourth-quarter safety provides the deciding points as Pats recover from 17-7 halftime deficit; Brady sacked and fumbles on first play of season, recovered by London Fletcher for 5-yard touchdown. 

Oct. 22, 2006: New England 28, at Buffalo 6

Yawn, Brady throws for 195 yards and two touchdowns. 

Sept. 23, 2007: at New England 38, Buffalo 7:

Pats score 38 points for third consecutive game; Brady throws for 311 yards and four touchdowns) 

Nov. 18, 2007: New England 56, at Buffalo 10

Nationwide Sunday night audience sees Randy Moss catch team-record four touchdown passes. 

Nov. 9, 2008: at New England 20, Buffalo 10

BenJarvus Green-Ellis rushes for 105 yards in first non-Brady game vs. Bills; Matt Cassel throws for 234 yards. 

Dec. 28, 2008: New England 13, at Buffalo 0

Lamont Jordan scores only TD in ugly, very windy game; Cassel completes 6 of 8 passes for 78 yards. 

Sept. 14, 2009: at New England 25, Buffalo 24

Brady throws two touchdown passes to Benjamin Watson in final 2:06 to rally Pats in Monday night season opener; winning score set up by fumble on kickoff return after first TD pass. 

Dec. 20, 2009: New England 17, Buffalo 10

Pats defense gets six sacks; Moss catches five passes for 70 yards and a second-quarter touchdown.