Gronk’s hit on Tre’Davious White adds tension to Bills, Pats

ORCHARD PARK, N.Y. (AP) Running back LeSean McCoy isn’t sure if the bad blood between the Bills and Patriots – and increased by tight end Rob Gronkowski’s hit on Buffalo cornerback Tre’Davious White – will carry over in three weeks when the AFC East rivals meet again in New England.

What the Bills running back is certain of is how much Buffalo needs to correct on offense if it plans to remain in the playoff hunt by then.

”Yeah, it was a nasty and dirty play. I’ve never seen him do that before,” McCoy said of how Gronkowski led with his shoulder in pile-driving a defenseless White in the back of the head in the fourth quarter of New England’s 23-3 win Sunday.

White sustained a potential concussion in being hit after he intercepted Tom Brady’s pass with 4:50 remaining.

Gronkowski was flagged for unnecessary roughness.

”He’s a hell of a player, and a good person. Surprising,” McCoy said. ”But there are more important things to talk about.”

One concern is an offense, which was limited to scoring a field goal, and came away with no points on two drives inside the Patriots 10. Another is Buffalo facing the possibility of being without starter Tyrod Taylor , who was sidelined by a left knee injury.

If Taylor’s injury

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