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Top Bills stats to know from Week 4 win at Ravens

Finding ways to win

  • This marked the first time in franchise history that the Bills won a game they never led until the final play of regulation.
  • Marked Buffalo's first win in the regular season by less than 10 points since 11/1/20 vs. New England.
  • Largest comeback since 9/25/11 vs. New England (trailed 21-0, won 34-31)

Defense first

  • The Bills defense allowed 0 points in the second half and have only allowed 7 second half points through 4 games.
  • They have yet to allow points in the third quarter of any games.
  • LB Matt Milano set a career-high with 13 tackles. He leads the Bills this season with 27 total tackles.
  • The Bills linebacker core in general has been a strong unit, as Tremaine Edmunds is second on the team this season with 26 total tackles. Milano and Edmunds have combined for 7 tackles for a loss.
  • With 2 sacks, the Bills have 13 over their first 4 games of a season for first time since 2016.
  • The Bills defense has tied a franchise record with 8 consecutive games allowing fewer than 300 yards in regular season games.

Poyer's big time play

  • Jordan Poyer recorded the first multi-INT game of his career.
  • The Bills have won 10 of their last 12 games when Jordan Poyer records an INT.
  • Poyer is the first Bill since Henry Jones in 1992 with four INTs in his first three games of a season.

Allen among NFL leaders

  • Josh Allen's second quarter to McKenzie gives Allen 10+ TD passes to four different active receivers (Stefon Diggs-22, Dawson Knox-14, Gabriel Davis-12, and McKenzie-10). Allen is one of two active NFL QBs (Aaron Rodgers) with such a feat.
  • Josh Allen (15,341) surpassed Jack Kemp (15,134) for the third-most passing yards in team history.
  • Allen's 12 total TDs through four weeks are more than 22 NFL teams.

Check out the Bills celebration photos from the sideline and locker room following the 23-20 win over the Baltimore Ravens.

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