5.65 — The Buffalo Bills have done a good job on first downs this season, averaging 5.65 yards per play. That’s the third-best mark in the AFC behind only the San Diego Chargers (6.58 yards per play) and the Denver Broncos (6.49). It’s the ninth-best mark in the NFL.
9 — The Bills’ defense has intercepted nine passes this season, the most in the NFL. Five of them came against Joe Flacco and the Baltimore Ravens last week in a 23-20 win. Four of them have been made by rookie linebacker Kiko Alonso.
12 — The Bills have been efficient in the red zone this season, reaching it 12 times and coming away with points every trip. The Bills are one of only seven teams who have had a 100 percent scoring rate inside the 20-yard line. Of those 12 scores, five have been touchdowns.
18.3 — Bills rookie receiver Robert Woods has 201 receiving yards on 11 catches this season for an average of 18.3 yards per reception. That’s the fifth-highest mark in the NFL, behind only Santonio Holmes (New York Jets, 24.3), Torrey Smith (Ravens, 20.7), Hakeem Nicks (New York Giants, 19.2) and DeSean Jackson (Philadelphia Eagles, 18.7).
1 and 126 — Browns tight end Jordan Cameron (30 catches, 360 receiving yards) needs one catch and 126 yards to become the franchise leader in each category through the first five games of a season. Kellen Winslow Jr. had 30 catches through five games in 2006 and Braylon Edwards 485 receiving yards through five games in 2007.