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Titans 34, Bills 31 | Game recap, highlights & photos

Jerry Hughes (55) Buffalo Bills vs Tennessee Titans at Nissan Stadium, October 18, 2021.   Photo by Bill Wippert
Jerry Hughes (55) Buffalo Bills vs Tennessee Titans at Nissan Stadium, October 18, 2021. Photo by Bill Wippert


Nissan Stadium, Nashville, TN

Final score:

Titans 34, Bills 31


Bills (4-2), Titans (4-2)

Next opponent:

Bills have a bye week

Here's a list of notable notes from tonight's game …

  • The Bills lost just their second game of the season. There were seven lead changes in the game - a Monday Night Football record
  • Bills are the fifth team in the Super Bowl era to score 200 points and allow 100 points or less in the first six weeks of the season (New England – 2007, St. Louis Rams – 1999, Green Bay Packers – 1996, Dallas Cowboys – 1968)
  • Bills have scored 30 points in five consecutive games for the second time in team history (six-game streak in games 10-15 in 2004)
  • Bills have 400+ yards in four consecutive games – setting a franchise record (3 games last in 2020). The team also set a franchise record with 16 consecutive games of more than 300 yards of offense (15 games in 1975-76)
  • Josh Allen now has 82 career touchdown passes and passed Ryan Fitzpatrick for third place on the team's all-time list
  • Allen is the first NFL player with 80+ passing touchdowns and 25+ rushing touchdowns in his first 50 career games
  • Allen now has 11 300-yard passing games and broke a tie with Joe Ferguson (10) for second place on the team's all-time list.
  • Tyler Bass is the fourth player in NFL history with 200 points in his first 22 games joining Harrison Butker (223), Younghoe Koo (211) and Kevin Butler (200)
  • Bills have led at halftime in the last 15 consecutive games – extending their NFL record
  • Bills have 20+ first downs in 22 consecutive games – the longest current streak in the NFL and longest in the league since New England's 24-game streak in 2016-2017.
  • Stefon Diggs now has 40 career touchdown receptions – 10 with the Buffalo Bills
  • Emmanuel Sanders passed the 9,000 career receiving yardage mark
  • Tight end Tommy Sweeney scored his first career touchdown
  • Cole Beasley now has 500 career receptions and has become the ninth undrafted player in NFL history to reach that mark

Scroll to see the best photos from Buffalo's game against Tennessee on Monday Night Football.

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