Tom Brady breaks record for most passing yards against Bills in a game

Tom Brady still has Rex Ryan’s number.

Despite all the bluster coming out of Buffalo this past week, Brady and the New England Patriots walked out of Ralph Wilson Stadium with a thrilling 40-32 victory. And in the process, Brady broke a record, piling up 466 yards through the air — a new record for most passing yards ever in a single game against the Bills.

Brady also threw three touchdown passes. Shockingly (not really) Rob Gronkowski came down with one of them, while Julian Edelman hauled in the other two.

In the process of wrapping the game up, Danny Amendola came down with perhaps the catch of the day late in the fourth quarter when the Pats desperately needed a first down. Here’s a quick video of the miraculous catch.

Brady just keeps rolling along, year after year. He has put together a couple of masterful performances to get his 2015 campaign started, and the Patriots once again look like the team to beat in the AFC East after getting off to an impressive 2-0 start.