The Buffalo Bills reached 24 points right before halftime against the New England Patriots on Monday Night Football, and with it set a team record for consecutive games with 24+ points. That’s eight straight games with 24 or more, beginning with the Patriots in Week 8.
With eight straight games of 24 or more, the Bills tie the Green Bay Packers for the league lead in the active streak of 24+ points in a game.
Week 8: 24 points against New England Patriots
Week 9: 44 points against the Seattle Seahawks
Week 10: 30 points against the Arizona Cardinals (loss)
Week 12: 27 points against the Los Angeles Chargers
Week 13: 34 points against the San Francisco 49ers
Week 14: 26 points against the Pittsburgh Steelers
Week 15: 48 points against the Denver Broncos
Buffalo has scored 233 points for an average of more than 33 points per game during the first seven games of the streak. On the season, Buffalo entered the game sixth in the NFL with 29.1 points per game.
For the record, Buffalo has been held under 24 points three straight games prior to the streak. That included their losing streak to the Tennessee Titans and Kansas City Chiefs plus their 18-10 win over the New York Jets where they scored six times—the only times under 24 all year.