The Buffalo Bills got off to another quick start on Sunday — scoring a touchdown on their opening drive against the Miami Dolphin.
Josh Allen’s two-yard touchdown pass to Devin Singletary capped a 10-play opening drive for the Bills.
According to ESPN’s Alaina Getzenberg, it’s the eighth straight game (including playoffs) that Buffalo has scored a touchdown on its opening drive.
That ties the longest streak by a team in 40 seasons (tied with the 2016 Atlanta Falcons).
The Bills have now scored an opening drive TD, including playoffs, in eight straight games. It ties the longest streak by any team in the last 40 seasons (2016 Falcons).— Alaina Getzenberg (@agetzenberg) September 25, 2022
It’s pretty clear by now that this Bills team is going to do some incredibly special things in 2022.
I have a feeling we’ll be talking about a lot more historical accomplishments by the time this season is finished.
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