LISTEN: Bill Belichick discusses going up against Josh Allen

Belichick also acknowledges how Bills fans don't like him

Following the win over the Tennessee Titans on Sunday, the New England Patriots are now 8-4 on the year and have the biggest game of the season to date coming up next Monday night against the Buffalo Bills in Orchard Park.

It will have massive implications not only for the AFC East, but conference seeding as well.

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Appearing on "The Greg Hill Show" on Monday, Patriots head coach Bill Belichick discussed what it's like facing Bills quarterback Josh Allen.

“He can throw it. He can extend plays. His experience level has made him a really smart quarterback, doing a lot of little things — like things with the cadence, audibling, seeing blitzes, anticipating them and sliding the protection over to pick them up, things like that," he said. "He’s a smart player. He’s tough. He’s physical. He’s got a great arm. Hard to tackle. Can make all the throws. He’s got good leadership and toughness out there. He’s one of the top quarterbacks in the league.”

Belichick was also asked about his experiences with "Bills Mafia" over the years.

"They definitely don’t like me," he said.

Kickoff is set for 8:20 p.m. EST on Monday night at Highmark Stadium.

You can listen to the entire interview with Belichick below:

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