Sept. 25 in Bills history: Bills end 15-game losing streak to Patriots

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September 25, 2011 – BILLS PICK OFF TOM BRADY 4 TIMES AND END 15-GAME LOSING STREAK AGAINST PATRIOTS

Rian Lindell hit a 28-yard field goal as time expired to give the Bills a 34-31 victory over the Patriots. The Bills overcame a 21-0 second quarter deficit by picking off Patriots QB Tom Brady four times and 369 yards passing with two touchdowns by Ryan Fitzpatrick.

September 25, 1962 -- KEMP COMES TO BUFFALO
Jack Kemp became a member of the Bills after the team claimed him on waivers from the San Diego Chargers for $100. 

September 25, 1966 -- CLARKE LEADS THE WAY TO VICTORY
Buffalo defensive back Hagood Clarke intercepted a George Blanda pass and returned 66 yards for a touchdown with 27 seconds left. It gave the Bills a 27-20 victory over the Houston Oilers in Buffalo. 

September 25, 1983 -- CRIBBS RUNS FOR CAREER HIGH
Joe Cribbs ran for a career high 166 yards as the Bills beat Houston, 30-13 at Rich Stadium. It was their first victory over the Oilers since 1966.

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