Tom Brady -- He's 38 years old and only seems to be getting better -- 38-of-59 for 466 yards, with three touchdowns and no interceptions.
Malcolm Butler -- Cornerback recorded an interception in the first half as he built off his season-opening performance against Antonio Brown.
Julian Edelman -- Wide receiver finisheed with 11 catches for 97 yards and two touchdowns as he continues his hot start to the season.
Rob Gronkowski -- Tight end was immense once again -- seven receptions for 113 yards and a touchdown.
Dion Lewis -- Chances are Rex Ryan will remember his name after this effort, as he was the lead back from a playing-time perspective (70 snaps played) and made big plays in the passing and running games; his lone blemish was a fumble in the first half.
Shaq Mason, David Andrews, Josh Kline, Tre' Jackson -- Interior offensive line was a big storyline entering the game, in part because the Bills had defensive tackle Marcell Dareus returning from suspension, and they more than held up their end of the bargain.
Scott Chandler -- Tight end had a chance to catch two touchdowns in the third quarter but couldn't corral the football. They weren't easy plays, but the degree of difficulty wasn't too high.
Bradley Fletcher -- Veteran cornerback was penalized 39 yards for pass interference in the second quarter to set up the Bills' second touchdown.
Rufus Johnson -- First-year defensive end was penalized five yards for running into the punter in the second quarter, which could have extended the Bills' drive if not for a sack on the previous play.
Jerod Mayo -- Linebacker played more than he did in the opener, as the Patriots were in their base package more often, but he still seems to be getting his legs under him as he was a step slow on a few plays on underneath routes.