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Bills established a franchise record for points scored + other numbers we learned in Week 10

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Devin Singletary (26). Buffalo Bills vs New York Jets at MetLife Stadium, November 14, 2021. Photo by Jeffrey T. Barnes

280 – The team's point total through their first nine games of a season is a team record, surpassing the previous mark of 278 points in the 1964 AFL title season.

145 – The Bills point differential this season, which is tied with the 1964 Bills team for the best mark through nine games played in franchise annals.

9-2 – Buffalo's won-loss record in games following a loss since 2019. Their .818 winning percentage in such games is the second highest in the NFL to only Green Bay (8-0).

5 – Each member of Buffalo's starting secondary recorded each of the team's five takeaways on Sunday marking the first time the Bills have had five different defensive backs post a takeaway in the same game since at least 1967.

9 – Number of Bills players that have recorded an interception for the team in their first nine games.

4 – The Bills got four rushing touchdowns from four different ball carriers in Sunday's win over the Jets. It's the first time in team history that four different players scored rushing touchdowns in a game for Buffalo.

48:52 – The amount of time the Bills have trailed on the scoreboard this season, which is the least amount of time trailing in the league this season.

13.1 - Josh Allen averaged 13.1 yards per attempt in the Bills' win over the Jets. That's the highest yards per attempt average for any QB in a single game over the past two seasons. Allen had four completions of 30 or more yards in the game. It's the eighth-highest in team history, and the highest single-game figure since Doug Flutie on 12-23-2000 at Seattle (14.24).

24 – The Bills league-leading takeaway total, which is also the most in team history through the first nine games since 1993 when Buffalo had 29.

73 – Sunday was head coach Sean McDermott's 73rd career victory lifting him into a tie with Chuck Knox for third-most on the club's all-time head coaching list.

162 – Stefon Diggs receiving yardage total in the win over the Jets, the most in a single game in his Bills career.

9.1 – Buffalo's average gain per play on offense. It was the most by a Bills offense in a single game since Dec. 23, 2000 at Seattle when they averaged 9.3 yards per play.

97.7 – ESPN Football Power Index's percentage chance for the Bills to make the playoffs after their win over the Jets on Sunday. The FPI also predicts the Bills have an 81.9 percent chance to win the division and a 22.2 percent chance to make and win the Super Bowl, the highest odds in the league.

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