Bills’ Sean McDermott makes a stunning  comment as the Buffalo Bills break several NFL, franchise records during Week 11 win over…

In a triumphant victory against the New York Jets, the Buffalo Bills not only secured a decisive 32-6 win but also injected new life into the 2023 season. Despite a challenging six-week stretch filled with twists and turns, several noteworthy accomplishments stand out, hinting at the team’s resilience and potential for the future.

The Bills’ defense showcased exceptional performance, even without three of its starters from Week 1. The Jets failed to convert a single third down, marking a historic feat last achieved by the Bills in December 1987, nearly 36 years ago.

Quarterback Josh Allen further solidified his impact on the league by setting a new all-time record for the most offensive touchdowns in a player’s first season. With 206 touchdowns (160 passing, 45 rushing, 1 receiving) since entering the league in 2018, Allen surpassed Patrick Mahomes and now eyes the opportunity to extend this lead with six games remaining in the season.

Adding to his accolades, Allen set a Bills team record by throwing three touchdowns, extending his streak to 19 consecutive games with a touchdown pass and surpassing Hall of Fame quarterback Jim Kelly.

Beyond individual achievements, Allen leads the NFL in touchdown passes this season (22), contributing to the Bills’ ability to keep games close, having not lost by more than six points.

Head coach Sean McDermott climbed the Bills’ all-time win list, tying for second place with Lou Saban but still trailing Marv Levy by 44 wins. The question arises whether McDermott will continue with the Bills, potentially challenging Levy’s record in the coming years.

Rookie tight end Dalton Kincaid made waves by catching six passes in a single game, totaling 51 for the season, ranking third in the Bills’ record books for passes caught by a rookie. With the potential to tie or surpass records set by Joe Cribbs and Sammy Watkins, Kincaid’s impact is worth monitoring.

Wide receiver Khalil Shakir claimed the title for the longest touchdown catch in the NFL this season with an 81-yard reception. Additionally, defensive tackle Ed Oliver set a new personal record with six sacks, showcasing his commitment following a contract extension.

Edge rusher Leonard Floyd, in his first season with the Bills, etched his name in the team’s history books with 9.5 sacks, joining defensive tackle Jordan Phillips as one of the top sack leaders for the Bills since 2017. Floyd’s rapid impact highlights his significance in the team’s defensive prowess.

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