As tough as the loss to the Seahawks was on Monday night, here are the stats from the game that stood out most.
71% – Buffalo’s third down conversion rate. They were 12-17, their highest success rate of the season.
40:17 – The Bills time of possession, which goes hand in hand with third down conversions. It was also a season high.
29% – Seattle’s third down success rate. They were 2-7.
115 – amount of penalty yardage assessed against the Bills. Buffalo was flagged 11 times.
100% – The Seahawks red zone touchdown efficiency on offense. They were a perfect 4-4 against the NFL’s third-best red zone defense.
16.2 – Robert Woods receiving average for the game. He had a career-high 10 catches for 162 yards.
82 – number of offensive plays run by the Bills.
42 – number of offensive plays run by the Bills.
11,000 – LeSean McCoy now has 11K-scrimmage yards in his career following his 120-yards from scrimmage Monday night.
10 – total number of sacks this season by Lorenzo Alexander after he had 10.5 in his previous nine seasons.
2 – number of sacks by Shaq Lawson in the last two games.
17 – number of plays run on Buffalo’s second touchdown drive, a season high.
10 – number of minutes consumed by that touchdown drive on the game clock.
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