The Patriots seem to be vulnerable heading into Monday Night's game against the Bills without running back Dion Lewis and wide receiver Julian Edelman. 

 

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"Yeah, I think they’re more vulnerable than they have been in the last few years," said WGR's Sal Cappacio, to "Armen and Levack" on 104.5 The Team. "Those two guys are a big part of what they do offensively.

"And if you go back to week two, they both really torched the Bills. Edelman was the leading receiver with 11 catches and they targeted him 19 times, which is amazing. Dion Lewis had over 100 yards from scrimmage. He’s a guy that Brady relied on from the backfield a lot, they don’t have any other guys they throw the ball to.

"Those are very big losses for them, especially in this kind of matchup … the Bills have the ability to generate that pass rush."

The Bills take on the Patriots in New England on Monday Night Football. And for the record? Cappacio was not willing to say that the Bills would be able to pull this one. But again, at least they have a better shot than normal.