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10 fast facts from the Bills-Browns game

-The Buffalo Bills defense ranks among the best in the NFL. The defense leads the league in sacks with 48 and third down percentage at 33.3. The Bills lead the AFC in points per game allowed at 18.1. The Bills ranks second in the AFC in yards per game allowed at 312.4 and yards per play at 4.82.

-The Bills have 48.0 sacks on the season after producing 2.0 in Sunday's victory over the Cleveland Browns. The total is tied for the fourth best all-time on the team's single-season list (48 in 1996, 49 in 1995, 50 in 1964 and 57 in 2013).

-Defensive tackle Kyle Williams has 33.5 sacks and moved into ninth place all-time with 1.0 sack on Sunday, passing LB Bryce Paup (33.0). He is the only interior defensive linemen on the top-10 of the Bills all-time sacks list.

-With a victory on Sunday, the Bills enter December with seven wins for the first time since the 2000 season.

-Chris Hogan (three-yard touchdown reception) and Jerry Hughes (18-yard fumble return touchdown) scored on consecutive scrimmage plays in 10 seconds in the third quarter. The 10-second span was the shortest between two touchdowns for a Bills team since the AFL-NFL merger in 1970.

-Safety Da'Norris Searcy produced his first multi-interception game with two on Sunday. The Bills are now 4-0 when Searcy records a pick.

-In his Buffalo Bills debut, tight end MarQueis Gray established NFL career-highs with 71 receiving yards and two receptions. Gray accounted for two of the three longest plays by the Bills on Sunday with catches of 41- and 30 yards. Sunday marked his 21st NFL game after playing his first 12 with Cleveland in 2013. Gray spent the eraly part of the 2014 season with Minnesota.

-With 14 points on Sunday, K Dan Carpenter has 104 on the season, becoming the first Bills player to produce back-to-back 100-point seasons since Rian Lindell in 2008-09 ... Carpenter also became the first Bills kicker with four field goals in the fourth quarter.

-With his three catches on Sunday, wide receiver Sammy Watkins upped his total to 51 receptions on the season, ranking second on the team's all-time rookie receptions list behind Joe Cribbs (52 in 1980).

-CB Corey Graham played in his 121st consecutive game. It ranks as the second-longest active streak for any defensive back in the NFL behind only Pittsburgh's William Gay (124).

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