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Bills 45, Jets 17 | Game recap, highlights & photos

Stefon Diggs (14). Buffalo Bills vs New York Jets at MetLife Stadium, November 14, 2021.   Photo by Bill Wippert
Stefon Diggs (14). Buffalo Bills vs New York Jets at MetLife Stadium, November 14, 2021. Photo by Bill Wippert


MetLife Stadium, East Rutherford, NJ

Final score:

Bills 45, Jets 17


Bills (6-3), Jets (2-7)

Next opponent:

Bills vs. Indianapolis Colts on Sunday, Nov. 21 at 1 pm on CBS

Here's a list of notable notes from today's game …

  • Bills extended their winning streak against AFC East opponents to nine games – the second-longest winning streak in team history (10 games from 1990-91)
  • Bills have won their fourth consecutive game against the Jets at MetLife Stadium (third win overall against the Jets).
  • Bills improved to 9-2 in games after a loss since 2019 – the second-highest winning percentage in the NFL (Green Bay was 7-0 coming into Week 10)
  • Bills (6-3) maintain a half game lead on the New England Patriots (6-4) at the top of the AFC East
  • Bills have recorded 300+ yards in their 19th consecutive game – the second-longest active streak in the NFL trailing only the LA Rams' 21-game streak.
  • Bills now have 24 takeaways in the first nine games of the season - the most by a Bills team since they posted 29 in 1993
  • Every starting defensive back recorded a takeaway - CB Taron Johnson & CB Tre'Davious White produced their first interceptions of the season, Micah Hyde forced and recovered a fumble, Jordan Poyer added a interception
  • RB Matt Breida scored two touchdowns (one rushing and one receiving) for his first touchdowns as a Buffalo Bill and first multi-touchdown game since Oct. 7, 2019 (with 49ers)
  • The Bills produced four rushing touchdowns for the first time since Oct. 16, 2016 vs. San Francisco. ... First time in team history four different players rushed for a touchdown (Breida, Isaiah McKenzie, Zack Moss and Devin Singletary)
  • Bills extended their streak to 18 games without trailing at halftime – the longest current streak in the NFL
  • WR Stefon Diggs recorded his 24th career (ninth with the Bills) 100-yard receiving game
  • Diggs' 162 receiving yards are the most he's produced with the Bills
  • WR Gabriel Davis produced his second career 100-yard receiving game
  • Bills produced two 100-yard receivers for the first time since Dec. 20, 2020 at Denver (Diggs and Beasley)
  • QB Josh Allen produced his 12th career 300-yard passing game and fourth of the 2021 season
  • Sean McDermott coached in his 73rd game with the Bills – tied with Chuck Knox for the third-highest total in franchise history

Scroll to see photos from Buffalo's game against the New York Jets at MetLife Stadium on November 14, 2021. Presented by Gabe's Collision.

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