The Bills are back in the postseason after fighting back from a 6-6 record to win the AFC East and claim the No. 2 seed in the AFC with an 11-6 record.
Here is a look at significant accomplishments by the team over the course of the regular season.
Week 1 at New York Jets
- DE Leonard Floyd makes his first sack as a Buffalo Bill.
- WR Stefon Diggs catches his 30th touchdown pass as a Buffalo Bill to break a tie with Jerry Butler for the sixth-most receiving TDs in team history.
Week 2 vs. Las Vegas Raiders
- QB Josh Allen's 13 straight completions tie a career high and rank third in team history.
- Buffalo earns their third consecutive win against the Raiders, the team's longest winning streak vs. the Raiders since a four-game streak from 1988-1991 (including playoffs).
- The Bills hold Raiders running back Josh Jacobs to -2 yards rushing yards on nine carries, marking the first time since at least 1970 that the reigning NFL rushing champion finished a game with negative rushing yardage.
- TE Dawson Knox ties Jay Riemersma (20) for the second-most receiving touchdowns in a career by a Bills tight end.
Week 3 vs. Washington Commanders
- LB Terrel Bernard is the first Bill and first NFL player since Bears HOF LB Brian Urlacher in 2007 to record at least 2.0 sacks, 1 interception and 1 fumble recovery in the same game.
- WR Stefon Diggs passes the 9,000 receiving yard mark for his career, becoming just one of six active players with 9,000+ receiving yards.
- DE A.J. Epenesa returns his first career interception for a touchdown, Buffalo's first pick six by a DL since Aaron Schobel in 2009.
- Sean McDermott coaches his 100th regular season game as head coach of the Bills.
- The Bills' nine sacks tie for the third-most in team history.
Week 4 vs. Miami Dolphins
- QB Josh Allen's perfect passer rating of 158.3 marks a new career high, joining Doug Flutie as the only two Bills' quarterbacks to record perfect passer ratings.
- Allen's 84.0 completion percentage is both a career-high and a franchise record.
- Allen's four passing touchdowns extend his NFL record 12-game streak with multiple passing touchdowns against a single opponent. He also becomes the second player in NFL history with 300+ passing yards, 4+ passing TDs, 1+ rushing TDs & a perfect passer rating in a single game.
- WR Stefon Diggs records three touchdowns in a single game for the third time as a Buffalo Bill, passing Lee Evans for the most such games in team history.
- Diggs also records his fourth career game with 120+ receiving yards and 3+ receiving TDs. He joins Hall of Fame WR Jerry Rice (9), HOF WR Randy Moss (7), WR Wesley Walker (4) & HOF WR Marvin Harrison (4) as the only players with 4+ such games since 1970.
Week 5 vs. Jacksonville Jaguars (London)
- WR Stefon Diggs passes Frank Lewis for the fifth-most receiving yards in team history and ties Bob Chandler for the fifth-most receiving touchdowns.
- WR Gabe Davis' touchdown reception marks his fourth straight game with a touchdown catch, a career-high.
Week 6 vs. New York Giants
- QB Josh Allen throws his 150th and 151st career touchdown passes, taking just 82 career games to do so, the fifth-fastest pace in NFL history
- WR Stefon Diggs tallied 10 receptions for 100 yards, marking his fourth-straight 100-yard game, a new team record.
- Buffalo wins its fifth consecutive Sunday Night Football game, surpassing a four-game win streak from 1998-2000.
Week 7 at New England Patriots
- QB Josh Allen surpasses 20,000 passing yards in his career with 265 passing yards vs. the Patriots.
- TE Dalton Kincaid records eight receptions for 75 yards, both career-highs for the rookie tight end.
Week 8 vs. Tampa Bay Buccaneers
- QB Josh Allen ties Steve Young (43) for second place on the NFL's all-time list for rushing touchdowns by a quarterback, trailing only Cam Newton (75).
- WR Gabe Davis has a career-high 9 receptions for 87 yards and a touchdown.
- WR Khalil Shakir tallies single-game career highs with 6 receptions for 92 yards.
- DT Ed Oliver ties his 2019 career-high sack total with 5.
Week 9 at Cincinnati Bengals
- QB Josh Allen breaks a tie with Steve Young for the second-most career rushing touchdowns by a QB (44).
- TE Dalton Kincaid sets career-high in receptions (10).
Week 10 vs. Denver Broncos
- QB Josh Allen ties Jim Kelly's team record of 18th consecutive game with a TD pass.
Week 11 vs. New York Jets
- HC Sean McDermott wins 68th game as Bills head coach, tying Lou Saban for second-most in franchise history.
- DE Leonard Floyd tallies 2.5 sacks to become first Bill since Bruce Smith (1990) with multiple sacks in both games of the season series vs. Jets.
- WR Khalil Shakir's 81-yard TD reception was the longest of the NFL season to that point.
- QB Josh Allen has three total TDs to get to 206 for his career, setting an NFL record for most in a player's first six seasons.
- Allen breaks Jim Kelly's team record with 19th consecutive game with a TD pass.
- CB Rasul Douglas becomes the first Bill since 1998 to tally two interceptions and a fumble recovery in a single game.
Week 12 at Philadelphia Eagles
- K Tyler Bass makes 100th career field goal.
- QB Josh Allen joins Cam Newton as the only quarterbacks in NFL history to have four seasons with 8+ rushing touchdowns.
Week 14 at Kansas City Chiefs
- Bills become first team to beat Chiefs QB Patrick Mahomes three times in the regular season in his career.
- Buffalo improves to 7-0 all-time after the bye under Sean McDermott.
- HC Sean McDermott wins 69th game as Bills head coach, surpassing Lou Saban for second-most in franchise history.
- QB Josh Allen ties Cam Newton for most career rushing TDs in a QB's first six seasons (48).
- K Tyler Bass kicks his first game-winning field goal of the season.
Week 15 vs. Dallas Cowboys
- Bills rush for 266 yards, most in a single game in the Sean McDermott era.
- RB James Cook records career-high 221 scrimmage yards, most by a Bill since Fred Jackson in 2009 and third-most by a player in 2023 season.
- WR Stefon Diggs surpasses 1,000 yards receiving on the season, becoming the first player in team history with four consecutive 1,000 receiving yard seasons.
- QB Josh Allen records 10th game this season with 1+ passing and 1+ rushing TD, setting an NFL record.
Week 16 at Los Angeles Chargers
- QB Josh Allen becomes the first player in NFL history to record 40 total touchdowns in four consecutive seasons.
- DT Ed Oliver sets career high of 8.5 sacks in a single season.
Week 17 vs. New England Patriots
- Bills defense forces three first quarter takeaways, most by an NFL team since 2020.
- Bills record 10th victory of the season, setting a franchise record fifth consecutive season with 10+ wins.
- LB Terrel Bernard is the first player since 1991 (Eagles LB Seth Joyner) to tally a season with 6+ sacks, 3+ INT and 3+ fumble recoveries.
- CB Rasul Douglas becomes first Bill to record 2 INT and return one for a TD since 2016.
- DT Ed Oliver records first career INT.
- TE Dalton Kincaid breaks the team record for most catches in a rookie season (66).
- QB Josh Allen rushes for 15th TD this season, tying Jalen Hurts (2023) for most rushing TDs all-time in a season by a QB.
- K Tyler Bass moves into fourth place on Bills all-time scoring list (523 points).
- WR Stefon Diggs surpasses 800 career receptions, becoming the youngest player (30 years, 32 days) in NFL history to do so.
Week 18 at Miami Dolphins
- Buffalo wins the AFC East for the fourth consecutive season, marking the third time in franchise history with a streak of four straight division titles.
- Second time in team history with a 5+ season streak of playoff appearances.
- Bills reach 11+ wins for fourth straight season, tying longest streak in team history.
- Defense records 54th sack of the season, second most in a single season in team history.
- WR Deonte Harty's 96-yard punt return is the longest in team history.
- TE Dalton Kincaid finishes the season with 73 receptions, surpassing Pete Metzelaars for most catches by a Bills TE in a single season.
- Kincaid is one of four NFL rookie TEs since 1960 with 70+ receptions in a season.
- QB Josh Allen sets NFL record with 9th career game of passing for 300+ yards and rushing for 50+ yards.
- Allen becomes the only player in NFL history with statline of: 350+ pass yards, 65+ rush yards and 75%+ completion rate in a single game.
- Allen finishes the season leading the NFL in total TDs (44) and total yards (4,830).