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11 numbers to know about the Bills from Week 10


1 >> Josh Allen is the only quarterback in league history to have at least 2,800 passing yards, 21 or more passing touchdowns and five or more rushing touchdowns in a team's first 10 games.

He also joins Dak Prescott and Deshaun Watson as the only quarterbacks with at least 20 touchdown passes and at least five rushing touchdowns in back-to-back seasons. Allen had 20 passing touchdowns and nine rushing touchdowns in 2019.

Allen additionally became the fourth quarterback in NFL annals to have at least two touchdown passes and a touchdown catch in the same game since 1990 joining Brad Johnson, Matt Ryan and Deshaun Watson.

22 >> Buffalo's 22 total first downs on Sunday made it their 10th consecutive game with at least 20 first downs tying the longest streak in team history (first 10 games, 1992). The Bills current 10-game streak from the start of the season is the third longest active span in the league (Atlanta 18, Arizona 12).

1*st* >> The Bills had two receivers with 10 or more receptions in a game for the first time in franchise history. Cole Beasley had 11 catches Sunday and Stefon Diggs pulled in 10. Beasley's 11 receptions matched a career-high from Buffalo's Week 7 game against the Jets. It was also Stefon Diggs second game this season with 10 or more catches (10 at Tenn. Week 5).

The two become the fourth and fifth Bills receivers to have multiple 10-plus catch games in a season (Andre Reed – 1989, Pete Metzelaars – 1993, Eric Moulds, 2000).

642 >> Beasley's receiving yardage total thus far in 2020 is a career best for the first 10 games of the season. His previous high was 591 yards through 10 games in 2016. He needs just 192 receiving yards over the last six games to set a new single-season high (833 with Dal. - 2016).

73 for 906 >> Stefon Diggs still leads the league in receptions and receiving yards after his 10-catch, 93-yard performance that included the go-ahead touchdown with 34 seconds left in regulation.

With 73 receptions on the season, Diggs has already surpassed his reception total for all of last season (63) in just 10 games.

3 + 50 >> Rookie kicker Tyler Bass set career longs on three consecutive kicks on Sunday from 54, 55 and 58 yards. Those long-range field goals made him the second kicker in league history to hit three field goals in a game from 54 yards away or longer joining Houston's Kris Brown, who did it in 2007 (54, 54, 57). Sunday marked just the 12th time in NFL annals that a kicker had three 50-plus yard field goals in a game, two of which already happened this season (Stephen Gostkowski, Graham Gano).

27 >> The Bills defense currently ranks sixth in the NFL in sacks. Buffalo had three sacks of Kyler Murray on Sunday to up their total to 27. Their sack percentage is up over their last three games to 9.26 percent, raising their sack percentage this season to 7.5 percent, which also ranks sixth in the league.

60.4% >> The Bills have passed on first down just over 60 percent of the time this season. That figure leads the league. Heading into Sunday's game, Buffalo led the league with a pass rate of 59.2 percent on first down. Against Arizona, the Bills passed on first down 22 times and threw nine times for a first down pass percentage of 71 percent.

49.1 >> Bills punter Corey Bojorquez leads the AFC in gross punting average with a mark of 49.1 yards per punt. That also ranks fourth in the NFL.

11 >> For the 11th time this season an NFL team overcame a deficit of at least 14 points to win a game. It matches the 2014 season for the third-most such games through Week 10 in league history. The Cardinals unfortunately were the latest team to stage such a comeback. Only the 1987 (14 games) and the 2011 (13) seasons had more comebacks of that magnitude.

The 2020 season also becomes just the second season in which a team has overcome a deficit of at least 13 points to win in each of the first 10 weeks of a season in NFL history (2015).

83.9% >> Since 1990, teams with a 7-3 record after 10 games make the playoffs 83.9 percent of the time. They also win their division 52.5 percent of the time.

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