There were plenty of stats that stood out in Buffalo’s loss at the hands of the Raiders Sunday.
15 – Buffalo’s lead in the third quarter, which disappeared in a span of 10 minutes on the game clock, marking just the ninth time in team history a Bills team has given up a lead of 15 points or more and lost.
69.2% – Tyrod Taylor’s completion percentage in the first half.
41% – Tyrod Taylor’s completion percentage in the second half.
7.1 – Buffalo’s yards per carry average in the game.
191 – Yards rushing by Bills up to their last touchdown with nine minutes left in the 3rd quarter (8.3 ypc).
21 – Yards rushing over the final 24 minutes of the game (3.0 ypc).
191 – McCoy’s total yards from scrimmage (season high).
55.8 – Passer rating for Tyrod Taylor.
0 – Bills number of three-and-outs in the first half.
3 – Bills number of three-and-outs in the second half (not counting final possession of game).
2 – Number of Buffalo giveaways Sunday.
6 – Number of Buffalo giveaways in the first 11 games.
12 – Number of takeaways in Bills first six games.
2 – Number of takeaways in Bills last six games (there were none Sunday).
29 – Number of consecutive points scored by the Raiders that went unanswered.
9:38 – Cumulative amount of possession time needed on Oakland’s four second half TD drives.
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