12 things to know after the Bills-Vikings game

  1. WR Sammy Watkins is the first Bills wide receiver with two touchdowns in a game since Stevie Johnson scored three times at Cincinnati on 11/28/2010.
  1. Watkins' 35 receptions are the most by a Bills rookie receiver in his first seven games ... Watkins leads all NFL rookies in receptions in 2014 and ranks second in receiving yards with 433.
  1. All nine of Watkins' receptions accounted for a first down or a touchdown.
  1. Kyle Orton engineered his second fourth-quarter comeback of the season. He is the first Bills quarterback with two fourth-quarter comeback victories in a season since Ryan Fitzpatrick did it in 2011.
  1. Orton's completion percentage of 68.5 now ranks third in the NFL in 2014.
  1. Orton completed 11 of 16 passes for 126 yards and one touchdown in the fourth quarter on Sunday ... Orton ranks second in the NFL with a 113.4 passer rating in the fourth quarter.
  1. Orton completed 31 of 43 passes for 283 yards with two touchdowns and one interception for a passer rating of 95.4. Orton's teams are 15-8 when he posts a 90-plus passer rating.
  1. Leodis McKelvin became the first Bill with interceptions on consecutive defensive plays since Kirby Jackson achieved the feat on 10/29/1989 vs. Miami ... McKelvin has four interceptions on the season and is tied for the lead in the NFL (Tashaun Gipson).
  1. Marcell Dareus added 2.0 sacks on Sunday and now has 7.0 for the season. He istied with six other players for the second-most sacks in the NFL in 2014.
  1. Dareus' 7.0 sacks are the most in the NFL amongst defensive tackles.
  1. The Bills are the only team in the NFL with three players ranked in the top 10 in sacks (Dareus – 2nd, Hughes and Mario Williams – tied for 10th).
  1. The Bills are one of two NFL teams to not allow a rushing touchdown this season (Kansas City).
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