The Buffalo Bills have struggled to find a franchise quarterback since Jim Kelly retired, and that has been evidenced by their record 17-year playoff drought, which also coincides with Tom Brady's reign with the New England Patriots.
Brady won his 14th game at New Era Field/Ralph Wilson Stadium on Sunday, beating the Bills 23-3. That tied him with Drew Bledsoe for the most wins by any quarterback in the stadium since Brady began playing in 2001.
Brady entered the game tied in second over that span with current Bills quarterback Tyrod Taylor and former Bills and Jets quarterback Ryan Fitzpatrick, who have 13 wins in Orchard Park. Taylor can level Brady and Bledsoe next week when the Bills host the Colts, if he's healthy enough to play.
Sunday's win also gave Brady his 27th career victory over the Bills, which is the most wins for any player against a single opponent in NFL history. He entered the game tied with Brett Favre, who beat the Lions 26 times with the Packers and Vikings.
The Bills haven't had a quarterback who won 27 games, period, since Kelly. Bledsoe recorded 23 Bills wins, Doug Flutie had 21 and Taylor and Fitzpatrick had 20. All stats via Pro Football Reference.