Orchard Park, New York
Buffalo Bills 44, Seattle Seahawks 34
Bills (7-2), Seahawks (6-2)
@ Arizona Cardinals
- With a win against the Seahawks the Bills have a record of 7-2 for the first time since the 1993 season
- The Bills will have sole possession of first place in the AFC East this late into a season for the first time since Week 13 in 1996.
- 44 points scored by the Bills is the most since Week 7 of the 2016 season. In that game they put up 45 points against the San Francisco 49ers.
- Andre Roberts opened up the game with a 60-yard kickoff return, setting up the Bills with great opening field position. That marked his longest return of the season.
- The Bills offense started the game with back-to-back scoring drives. The first drive ended with a 25-yard touchdown pass from Allen to Isaiah McKenzie, and the second drive ended with a one-yard touchdown pass from Allen to Tyler Kroft. Allen passed Doug Flutie for seventh place in Bills franchise history on the all-time touchdown pass list.
- On 4th and 1 at the Buffalo five-yard line, Jordan Poyer intercepted Russell Wilson in the end zone to stop the Seahawks second drive of the game. That was Poyer's first interception of the season, and his 14th of his career.
- Through the first quarter of the game, Josh Allen threw for a career high 154 yards. That is the most yards he has thrown for in any quarter, and the most in the first quarter of a game since he threw for 125 yards in week 12 of the 2018 season.
- The Bills fourth drive of the game was five plays, all first downs and ended with a four-yard touchdown pass from Josh Allen to Gabriel Davis. This is Allen's first game in his career with three passing touchdowns in the first half of a game. The Bills are 5-0 in games when Allen has thrown two touchdowns in the first half.
- Cole Beasley set a personal-best for receiving yards in the first nine games of a season. He finished the game with three receptions for 39 yards and now has 533 yards through nine games. Beasley's previous best was 532 yards through nine games in 2016.
- Jerry Hughes stripped sacked Russell Wilson and stopped the Seahawks first drive of the second half. That is Hughes's 54.5 sack of his career, and 50.5 of those coming as a member of the Buffalo Bills. This is his third career three-game sack streak.
- Stefon Diggs ended the day with nine catches for 118 yards and tallied his fourth 100-yard game of the season. That marks the most by a Buffalo Bill since Sammy Watkins had five in 2015. He also established a personal-best for catches with 63 in the first nine games of a season, surpassing 61 receptions in 2016.
- Zack Moss scored his third rushing touchdown of his career. He is the first Bills rookie with rushing touchdowns in consecutive games since Josh Allen in games 13-14, 2018. The first by a Bills rookie running back since Karlos Williams in games 15-16, 2015.
- Tre'Davious White snagged his first interception of the season, which put the Bills in perfect scoring position. White now has 13 career interception
- With a rushing and a passing touchdown in today's game, it marks the 14th career game for Josh Allen with both. He now has set a new franchise record surpassing Jack Kemp's 13 games.
- Josh Allen is now the first player in Bills franchise history with 400+ passing yards, 3+ passing touchdowns, and 1+ rushing touchdowns in a single game.
- A.J. Klein sacked Russell Wilson twice in this game, on one of the sacks he stripped the ball and recovered it himself. Klein now has 2.5 sacks so far this season, and that is tied for the most he has ever had in one season.