203 – After putting up 31 points on Monday night, the Bills now have 203 points scored on the season. It's a club record for the six games to start a season breaking the mark of 200 set by the 1964 AFL Champion Bills.
204 – Tyler Bass with three field goals and a pair of point after attempts put up 11 points Monday night giving him 204 in his young career. Bass is already one of three NFL players since 1950 to record 204 or more points in his first 22 regular season games. Only Kansas City's Harrison Butker (223) and Atlanta's Younghoe Koo (211) put up more.
80 + 25 – Josh Allen, who played in his 50th game on Monday night is now the only quarterback in NFL history to have 80 or more passing touchdowns and 25 or more rushing touchdowns in his first 50 games.
35 – Allen's 35 completions are a new single-game career high and stands as the third-most in a game in team history (Joe Ferguson 38, Kyle Orton 38).
107.8 – Allen's passer rating in the game at Tennessee. It was his 21st game with a 100 rating or better and the fourth straight game with a 100+ rating tying his career-long streak from last season.
26th – Buffalo's red zone touchdown efficiency rank on offense. The Bills lead the league in red zone possessions and are tied for the fourth-most touchdowns, but they're only reaching the end zone a little over 55 percent of the time. In half their games so far this season the Bills have a success rate of less than 50 percent (Pittsburgh, Houston, Tennessee).
7 – The number of lead changes in the Monday night game between Buffalo and Tennessee setting a Monday Night Football record.
4.33 – Buffalo's yards allowed per first down play prior to Monday night game in Tennessee, which led the league.
7.04 – Buffalo's yards allowed per first down play on Monday night against the Titans.
20 – Number of sacks on Ryan Tannehill going into Monday night, the highest figure in the NFL as he had been sacked an average of once every 10 drop backs.
0 – Number of sacks on Tannehill by the Bills on Monday night. Tannehill had 29 drop backs in the game.
63.6% - The likelihood of a team that starts the season 4-2 to make the playoffs. Such teams also have a 33.3 percent chance of winning their division.
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