Here are some statistics that stood out in Sunday’s season closing loss to the Jets.
0 – Number of penalties assessed against the Bills. It was their first game without an assessed penalty this season. The intentional grounding call was an offsetting penalty, which resets the down and play.
0% – Jets 4th down conversion percentage. Buffalo forced a pair of turnover on downs.
2.4 – Bills yards per carry average on the ground, their lowest average of the season.
3 – Turnovers – it was Buffalo’s first game this season with more than 2 turnovers.
12.5 – Sacks for Lorenzo Alexander this season. He had Buffalo’s only sack Sunday.
29% – Jets red zone touchdown efficiency – Buffalo’s defense was handed some short fields, but held New York out of the end zone five out of seven times.
64 – Cardale Jones completion to Justin Hunter. It was the longest play of the game and led to Buffalo’s only touchdown.
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