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14 numbers fans need to know about the Bills win in Week 14


1 >> Losses needed by the Baltimore Ravens for the Bills to clinch a playoff berth. Baltimore plays the Cleveland Browns on Monday Night Football tonight.

23 >> The number of consecutive points scored by the Bills after initially going down 7-0 to the Steelers on Sunday night.

27-2 >> Bills won-loss record under Sean McDermott when leading at halftime. Buffalo was up 9-7 at the half on Sunday.

100 >> Number of receptions this season by Stefon Diggs, which leads the NFL and ties a team record for a season (Eric Moulds – 2002).

10% >> Buffalo defense's third-down conversion rate allowed against Pittsburgh. The Steelers converted just one of their 10 third down opportunities. It was a single-game low allowed by the Bills this season both in number of conversions and conversion percentage. Buffalo forced six three-and-outs in the game.

47 >> Rushing yards allowed by the Bills on Sunday night, setting a new single-game low on the season. Pittsburgh's 2.8 yards per carry average was also a season-low surrendered by Buffalo.

14 >> Number of takeaways by Buffalo's defense in their last seven games. The Bills had two interceptions Sunday night. One by Taron Johnson and the other by Levi Wallace.

11 >> Consecutive field goal attempts made by rookie kicker Tyler Bass.

4 x 10 >> For the fourth time this season Stefon Diggs had 10 receptions in a game, setting a team record for most 10-reception games in a season.

35 >> Total touchdowns by Josh Allen in 2020, breaking the franchise record held by Jim Kelly (34 in 1991).

43% >> Josh Allen's completion percentage in the first half.

70% >> Josh Allen's completion percentage in the second half.

21.4% >> Gabriel Davis' touchdown scoring percentage. He has six touchdowns on 28 receptions this season.

100% >> Percentage of teams that start the season 10-3 that make the playoffs (64-64). 76.6 percent of those teams also won their division. 11 percent of them won the Super Bowl.

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