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).

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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