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14 fast facts from the Bills-Raiders game

  1. WR Sammy Watkins (62) and WR Robert Woods (61) are the first wide receiver duo under the age of 23 in NFL history to tally 60-plus catches in the same season.
  1. Watkins is now the third Bills rookie with six touchdown receptions after producing a 42-yard score on Sunday. He joins Lee Evans (9) and Elbert Dubenion (7).
  1. Watkins also tied a team rookie record with a catch in 15 consecutive games.
  1. Watkins (62), Fred Jackson (65) and Robert Woods (61) are the first Bills trio to produce more than 60 receptions. The trio is the fifth in the NFL this season with at least three players with 60 grabs (Chicago: Matt Forte-94, Alshon Jeffery-83, Martellus Bennett-82, Brandon Marshall-61; New England: Julian Edelman-92, Rob Gronkowski-82, Brandon LaFell-61; Pittsburgh: Antonio Brown-122, Le'Veon Bell-77, Heath Miller-63; NY Giants: Odell Beckham Jr. – 79, Ruben Randle-65, Larry Donnell-61).
  1. With his 30-yard touchdown catch, Woods now has a single-season high of four touchdowns (3 in 2013).
  1. Jackson accomplished a new single season high with 497 yards receiving (previous high was 442 in 2011).
  1. Jackson has a reception in a career-long streak of 25 games, tied for the second-longest in team history among running backs (Joe Cribbs' 25-game run in 1980-81).
  1. With 1.0 sack on Sunday, the Bills 50.0 sacks in 2014 are tied for the second-most in team history (50 in 1964).
  1. DE Mario Williams registered 0.5 sack and now has 90.0 for his career. He is the only active NFL player under 30 years old with 90.0 or more sacks.
  1. Bills have posted 347 completions, a total that ranks third in team history trailing only 377 in 2002 and 356 in 2011.
  1. The Bills 3,450 net passing yards this season rank as the ninth highest in team history.
  1. QB Kyle Orton produced his third 300-yard game of the season with 329 yards passing on Sunday. He is the first Bill with three, 300-yard passing games in a season since Ryan Fitzpatrick in 2011.
  1. With three touchdown passes, Orton also reached the 100-touchdown mark for his career.
  1. K Dan Carpenter tied his own team record with 33 made field goals this season. He is tied with the same mark in 2013 and Steve Christie's 33 field goals in 1998.
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