By MARK LUDWICZAK
ORCHARD PARK, N.Y. (AP) — The blustery elements and New England’s unrelenting running attack combined to expose the Bills’ deficiencies in Buffalo’s 14-10 loss. Buffalo can’t run the ball or stop the run consistently, and continues to be undone by self-inflicted mistakes. The Bills allowed 222 yards rushing and managed just 99 on the ground in losing for the fourth time in seven games. The loss dropped the Bills to 7-5, two wins behind the first-place Patriots in the AFC East.