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15 numbers fans need to know about the Bills win in Week 13


3 >> Number of games this season for Josh Allen with 375+ passing yards, 3+ passing touchdowns and a 130+ passer rating. He and Drew Brees in 2013 are the only players since at least 1950 with three such games in a season.

4 >> Number of games Josh Allen has had 300 yards passing and three passing touchdowns setting a record for the most in a season in Bills history (previously Jim Kelly 1991/Drew Bledsoe 2002).

16 >> Number of total touchdowns by Josh Allen against the NFC West this season (13 passing, 2 rushing, 1 receiving). Buffalo has posted a 3-1 record against what is widely seen as the most competitive division in the league.

13-1 >> The Bills won-loss record since 2018 when Josh Allen has a passer rating of 100 or higher.

299 >> Josh Allen's 32 completions on Monday night now give him 299 on the season. That total marks the most completions in team history by a Bills quarterback through 12 games, surpassing Drew Bledsoe's 291 completions in 2002.

60-60 >> After his nine-reception performance Monday night, Cole Beasley now has 66 receptions on the season, becoming the first Bills player with 60-plus receptions in consecutive seasons since Sammy Watkins (2014-15). His 66 catches and 797 yards both mark career highs through the first 12 games of a season.

90 >> Stefon Diggs' number of receptions in Buffalo's first 12 games is a team record. The Bills top wideout broke the record previously held by Eric Moulds, who had 84 in the first 12 games of the 2000 season.

1,037 >> Diggs also passed the 1,000-yard plateau on Monday night, giving him his third straight 1,000-yard receiving season. By reaching 1,000 receiving yards in 12 games, he just missed the team record for fastest to 1,000 yards in a season set by Elbert "Golden Wheels" Dubenion, who had 1,009 yards receiving in his first 11 games in 1964 and matched by Eric Moulds in 2000 when he also reached 1,000 yards in his first 11 games.

49.3% >> The Bills third-down conversion rate, which leads the league this season. Buffalo also leads the league in fourth-down conversion rate at 83.3% (5-6).

16 >> The total number of second-half takeaways by Tre'Davious White since he entered the league in 2017, which leads all NFL defenders over that span. White's fourth-quarter interception was his third of the season. records his third interception of the season.

31 >> Buffalo's total number of first downs in Monday night's game tied a season high (Week 1 vs. NY Jets) and is also tied for fourth most in team history. It was also the 12th straight game in which the Bills had 20 first downs or more, extending their current team record.

The 12-game streak is also now the longest current span of games with at least 20 first downs in the NFL after Arizona saw their 14-game streak end last weekend.

105 >> Tyler Bass' point total for the season is a new record for a Bills rookie or first-year player. With 10 points in the win over San Francisco on Monday night, Bass passed previous record holder Pete Gogolak, whose record of 102 points stood for 56 years.

Bass' 100-point season is the first since Stephen Hauschka had 116 in 2017.

29 >> Number of punts by Corey Bojorquez this season, which is tied for the lowest total in the league with Carolina. He punted just once on Monday night against the 49ers.

5 >> Rookie Gabriel Davis' receiving touchdown total this season not only leads the club, but also marks the first time a Bills rookie had five or more touchdown catches in a season since Sammy Watkins had six in 2014. Davis caught his fifth touchdown pass in the win over the 49ers on Monday Night Football.

96.4% >> Percentage of NFL clubs since 1990 that made the playoffs when posting a record of 9-3 after 12 games. Those teams also won their respective divisions 66.7 percent of the time and seven percent of those teams went on to win the Super Bowl.

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