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Fast facts: 11 things to know after the Chargers game

-Fred Jackson scored his 35th career touchdown on an 11-yard touchdown reception. Jackson is now tied with former Bills RB Cookie Gilchrist for eighth place on the team's all-time overall touchdowns list.

-Sammy Watkins' 13 receptions through the first three games are tied for the second most in team history (Haven Moses, 1968 and Josh Reed, 2002). RB Joe Cribbs has the most receptions with 15 in 1980.

-Sammy Watkinsleads the AFC in third down receiving with seven receptions.

-The Bills rush defense ranks second in the AFC allowing just 83.7 rushing yards per game and 3.3 yards per rush.

-The Bills are*tied for third place in the AFC with a 4 turnover margin* (Cleveland).

-Rookie LB Preston Brown produced 11 tackles for his second consecutive double-digit tackle game. Brown leads all NFL rookies with 31 tackles this season.

-Aaron Williams registered a career- and game-high 14 tackles on Sunday against San Diego.

-Scott Chandler posted a season-high 74 receiving yards – the total is hissecond highest yardage output of his career (79 yards at NY Jets on September 22, 2013).

-Both the Bills and the Chargers did not commit a turnover on Sunday. The game marks the 10th turnover-free regular season game in Bills history and first since September 12, 2010 vs. Miami.

-Colton Schmidt continues to lead the NFL with nine punts inside the 20. Schmidt posted two punts inside the 20 on a Sunday.

-The Bills lead the NFL in average drive starting position – the 28.9 yard line.

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