The Latest on the 13th Sunday of the NFL regular season (all times Eastern): 2:45 p.m. Quite a rough start for Tom Brady and the New England Patriots. The Buffalo Bills have found ways to contain and fluster Brady, who was only 8 of 14 for 96 yards while getting sacked three times during the first half. The Patriots settled for three field goals while building a 9-3 halftime lead against their AFC East rival. That's New England's fewest points in a first half since a 16-0 loss to Buffalo on Oct. 2, 2016. That was a game Jacoby Brissett started for the Patriots in place of Brady, who was serving the fourth and final game of his "Deflategate" suspension. New England is at least having success running the ball, with 130 yards rushing — the most by the Patriots through two quarters since they had 141 in a 42-20 win over the Indianapolis Colts on Nov. 16, 2014. Brady entered Sunday 26-3 against Buffalo, one win short of breaking Brett Favre's record for most wins by a quarterback against one opponent. Favre beat Detroit 26 times. — John Wawrow reporting from Orchard Park, New York. ——— 2:35 p.m. This is what the Green Bay Packers need to do if they want to win without an injured Aaron Rodgers: Get big plays from their defense and special teams. That formula helped Green Bay take a 17-10 halftime lead against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. Defensive lineman Dean Lowry returned Jameis Winston's fumble 62 yards for a TD following a sack by Kenny Clark with a little under 4? minutes left in the second quarter. Earlier in that period, the Packers blocked a punt to set up a short drive that ended with Jamaal Williams' touchdown run. It's exactly the kind of all-around game that coach Mike McCarthy was hoping for with backup QB Brett Hundley starting his sixth game in place of the injured Aaron Rodgers. For the Buccaneers, Winston is 13 of 20 for 164 yards with a touchdown in his first action after missing three games with a shoulder injury. — Genaro Armas reporting from Green Bay, Wisconsin. ——— 2:25 p.m. Frank Gore is nearing the top five on the NFL's career rushing list. The 34-year-old Gore gained 42 yards on 10 carries for the Indianapolis Colts in the first half against