Highmark Stadium, Orchard Park, NY (64,783)
Bills 27, Jets 10
Bills (11-6), Jets (4-13)
Playoff opponent is TBD
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Here's a list of notable team notes from today's game …
- Bills have won their second consecutive AFC East title – the first time they have won back-to-back titles since 1988-91. It's also the third time in team history a team has won consecutive titles (1963-66).
- The Bills have claimed the No. 3 seed in the AFC playoffs
- The Bills have won 11 games for the 10th time in team history
- Bills have swept the Jets for the second-consecutive season
- Bills have extended their current winning streak to four consecutive games
- Bills are 6-3 at home and have won 6+ games at home in consecutive seasons for the first time since 1998-99
- Bills set a franchise record for single-season total yards (previous record 6,343 in 2020)
Here's a list of the top player notes from today's game.
- Josh Allen joined Drew Brees, Peyton Manning, Tom Brady and Aaron Rodgers as the only quarterbacks with consecutive seasons with 4,000+ passing yards and 35+ touchdown passes
- Josh Allen is now the second quarterback in NFL history with 14,000+ passing yards and 2,000+ rushing yards in first four seasons joining Cam Newton
- Josh Allen now has 400+ completions on the season and broke his own record for the most completions in a single season in team history (396 in 2020)
- Stefon Diggs has become the first Bills player with 10 receiving touchdowns since Stevie Johnson in 2010. Diggs also set a new personal single-season high for touchdowns in a season.
- Stefon Diggs set an NFL record for the most catches by a player in his first two seasons with a team (223 – Wes Welker, NE 2007-08)
- Stefon Diggs became the first Bills player with 100 receptions in consecutive seasons and it's his third 100-reception season in his career.
- Devin Singletary became the first Bills running back with 1,000 scrimmage yards in a season since 2017
- Devin Singletary became the first Bill with a rushing touchdown in four straight games since Fred Jackson's five-game streak in 2011 (games 2-6)
- Jerry Hughes now sits in sole possession of fourth place on the team's all-time sacks list (passing Cornelius Bennett – 52.5)