Pats coach Bill Belichick seemed pleased after his team came away with a 41-25 win over the Bills in Orchard Park, N.Y., stressing the Patriots' total team effort.

"Good to come in here and win and good to have contributions from everybody," he said in his postgame press conference.

On an afternoon in which Rob Gronkowski set the career franchise record for both touchdowns (69) and touchdown receptions (68), breaking marks set by Pats Hall-of-Famer Stanley Morgan, Belichick had a big smile on his face for his All-Pro tight end.

"Love it. Love it," he said. "Love to see those touchdowns," Belichick said, while also noting that Gronkowski has shown "very good leadership as a captain" this season.

On Gronkowski's 53-yard touchdown catch from Tom Brady in the third quarter, Belichick noted the tight end's ability to outrun defensive back Nickell Robey-Coleman.

"Ran away from him, too, so that was impressive," Belichick said.