10 fast facts from the Bills-Patriots game

-The Bills defense is one of two teams in 2014 not to allow a rushing touchdown joining Kansas City. Buffalo's six-game streak without allowing a touchdown is the second longest streak in team history (1964-65 streak of 16 games is the longest).

-TE Scott Chandler recorded the first 100-yard receiving game by a Bills tight end since Pete Metzelaars on 9/13/92 at San Francisco. Chandler finished the game with 105 yards on six receptions.

-The Bills held the Patriots to 50 total rushing yards on Sunday ... The Bills defense leads the NFL in both rushing yards per game (67.5) and rushing yards per attempt (2.8).

-Both Mario Williams and Jerry Hughes posted sacks on Sunday against New England ... Buffalo is the only NFL team with three players with at least 4.0 sacks on the season (Marcell Dareus – 5.0, Ma. Williams – 4.5, and Jerry Hughes – 4.0).

-RB Fred Jackson recorded a one-yard touchdown run against the Patriots. He now ranks tied for fourth in Bills history with 29 career rushing touchdowns (Wray Carlton). He sits tied for seventh in Bills history with 36 overall touchdowns (Joe Cribbs).

-WR Chris Hogan set personal career highs with five receptions for 72 yards and his first NFL touchdown against the Patriots.

-WR Sammy Watkins recorded two receptions for 27 yards in Sunday's game. He now has 26 receptions on the season and the mark ranks tied for the most by a Bills rookie (Joe Cribbs in 1980).

-WR Robert Woods set a career high with seven receptions and matched a season high with 78 receiving yards on Sunday. He also scored his first touchdown of the season.

-QB Kyle Orton completed eight of 14 passes for 97 and one touchdown plus a two-point conversion in the fourth quarter ... Orton ranks second in the AFC with a 113.6 passer rating in the fourth quarter (20 of 30 for 243 and two touchdowns.

-C.J. Spiller produced 57 yards on two kick returns including a long of 37 yards ... The Bills rank third in the NFL with an average drive start of 24.5.

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