19 >> Number of sacks accumulated by Buffalo's defense in their last five games. The Bills had just 11 sacks in their first six games this season. It's the second-highest sack total in the league over that span.
10 >> Number of takeaways by the Bills in their last five games. Buffalo had seven in their first six outings.
19% >> Los Angeles' third-down conversion rate was the lowest allowed by the Bills defense this season. The Chargers converted just three of their 16 third down opportunities. Over the last five games, Buffalo has allowed a third-down conversion rate of just 30.5 percent, the fourth-lowest rate in the league since Week 7.
14 >> AJ Klein's game-leading tackle total was a single-game career high. Klein also contributed 1.5 sacks, 3 tackles for loss and a pair of quarterback hits and a pass breakup.
3.2 >> The Chargers yards per carry average on Sunday was the fewest the Bills run defense has allowed in a game this season.
5.7 >> Buffalo's yards per carry average on the ground Sunday was their highest of the season, beating the previous high of 5.0 against the Patriots in Week 8.
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4-0 >> Buffalo's won-loss record under Sean McDermott following the bye week.
80 >> Stefon Diggs' reception total through the first 11 games is the highest in team history. His six receptions on Sunday helped him break the record previously held by Eric Moulds (76 in 2000).
15 >> With a rushing and passing touchdown Sunday, Josh Allen added to his record for most career games in Bills history with at least one rushing and one passing touchdown.
10 + 3 >> For the third straight game Tremaine Edmunds posted 10 tackles or more. The linebacker had 11 on Sunday, making him the first Bills defender with 10 tackles or more in three straight games since 2017 (Preston Brown, games 14-16, 2017).
111 >> For the third time this season, Andre Roberts eclipsed the 100-yard mark on kick returns in a game. He's the first Bills returner to have three or more 100-yard kick return games in a season in 10 years (C.J. Spiller, 4, 2010).
92.2% >> The odds, since 1990, that NFL clubs that start the season 8-3 have of making the playoffs (83/90). Teams that start 8-3 also have a 63.3 percent chance of winning the division.