The Buffalo Bills clinched the AFC East Division crown this weekend when they routed the Denver Broncos. They also tied an NFL record on their way to 48 points.
The Bills have had a bakers dozen of players catch TD passes this season. #BillsMafia pic.twitter.com/UorrLoF5uG— Buffalo Rumblings (@BuffRumblings) December 21, 2020
Jake Kumerow became the 13th Bill to catch a touchdown this season when Josh Allen threw an absolute laser to him in the second quarter of the Bills-Broncos game. That ties an NFL record for most players to catch a touchdown in a single season. The 13 players who have caught touchdowns for Buffalo are Gabriel Davis, Stefon Diggs, Cole Beasley, Isaiah McKenzie, Dawson Knox, Tyler Kroft, John Brown, Reggie Gilliam, Zach Moss, Lee Smith, T.J. Yeldon, Jake Kumerow, and Josh Allen. According to the Bills’ PR department, seven other teams have accomplished this in NFL history.
If Devin Singletary, Andre Roberts, or one of the offensive linemen (it happened last year) catch a touchdown against the New England Patriots or the Miami Dolphins, the Bills will be in a club of their own.