Las Vegas, Nevada
Buffalo Bills 30, Las Vegas Raiders 23
Bills (4-0), Raiders (2-2)
@ Tennessee Titans
1. This is the seventh time the Bills have started a season 4-0 since 1975. The last time the Bills started 4-0 was in the 2008 season.
2. With 30 points in today's win against the Bills have scored 30+ in three straight games for the first time since weeks 1-3 in 2011.
3. With Cole Beasley's receiving touchdown against the Raiders today, he now has 30 career touchdown catches. It is Beasley's first touchdown of the season and his seventh as a Buffalo Bill. He is also the eighth Bills player to have a receiving touchdown this season.
4. Vernon Butler sacked Derek Carr for a crucial third-down stop. It is his first sack as a Buffalo Bill, and ninth of his career.
5. Andre Roberts had a 39-yard punt return in the third quarter, to set up the Bills with great field position. This is back-to-back weeks for Roberts with a 39-yard return. Roberts had a 39-yard kick return in week three against the Rams.
6. John Brown finished the day with four catches for 42 yards. Brown now has 301 career receptions.
7. Josh Allen scored his third rushing touchdown of the season and 15th overall touchdown on the season. Only Peyton Manning (16 - 2013) and Russell Wilson 16 - 2020) have ever tallied more through four games.
8. Allen scored his 20th career rushing touchdown to start off the fourth quarter. This marks Allen's 13th game with touchdowns via both rushing & passing. That mark ties Jack Kemp's team record. Allen is also tied with Dak Prescott (13) for second-most by an NFL QB in his first three seasons (Cam Newton has the record with 20).
9. In his Bills debut, Josh Norman forced and recovered his first fumble of the season. Norman played his first game as a Bill after spending the past three weeks on injured reserve.
10. Josh Allen threw a beautiful 49-yard pass to Stefon Diggs in the fourth quarter, on a drive that put the Bills up 30-16 in the fourth quarter. That was the longest pass by Allen so far this season. Diggs finished the game with 115 receiving yards - his second 100-yard receiving game in Buffalo and 17th of his career.
11. Devin Singletary was able to find the end zone in the fourth quarter. It was his first touchdown of the season and his third rushing touchdown of his young career. The Bills previously held the longest streak of most consecutive rushes by their running backs without a rushing touchdown. Before today's game, Bills running backs had 234 rushes without a touchdown. The last time a running back ran in for a touchdown was week nine of the 2019 season.
12. Quinton Jefferson also forced a fumble and recovered it for the Bills. He stopped the Raiders drive in the fourth quarter and helped seal up the win for Buffalo.
13. After giving up a season-high 167 rushing yards to the Rams last week, the Bills defense came into today's game with something to prove. They stepped up in today's win allowing just 86 rushing yards, and holding Josh Jacobs to 48 rushing yards.
Bills Game Injuries:
CB Levi Wallace (Ankle) – Did Not Return
WR Cole Beasley (Foot) – Returned To Game
QB Josh Allen (Left Shoulder) – Returned To Game
OG Brian Winters (Right Knee) – Did Not Return
LB Matt Milano (Pec) – Did Not Return
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