AFC notes: Trevor Siemian and Brock Osweiler are unbeatable at home so far this season

AFC notes: Trevor Siemian and Brock Osweiler are unbeatable at home so far this season
Broncos quarterback Trevor Siemian (13) throws from the pocket during a game against the Buccaneers earlier this season. (Phelan M. Ebenhack / Associated Press)

Baltimore: Justin Tucker is the only NFL kicker not to miss a kick this season. He is 23 for 23 on field goals and has converted all 14 of his extra-point attempts.

Buffalo: The Bills' defense is tied with the Seahawks' for the most sacks (31). Buffalo has had more than 20 first downs in three straight games.


Cincinnati: Bengals will be minus receiver A.J. Green (hamstring) and back Giovani Bernard (knee), both done for the season, when they play at Baltimore.

Cleveland: Browns linebacker Christian Kirksey had nine tackles last week and has 103 this season. He also has three passes knocked down and 11/2 sacks.

Denver: Broncos rookie quarterback Trevor Siemian is 4-0 at home. Running back Devontae Booker is fourth among rookies with 396 yards rushing and two scores.

Houston: Quarterback Brock Osweiler is 5-0 at home this season and 2-0 against San Diego in his career, both wins coming during his time with the Denver Broncos.

Indianapolis: Scott Tolzien completed 22 of 36 passes for 205 yards with no touchdown and two interceptions Thursday vs. the Steelers in first start since 2013.

Jacksonville: Quarterback Blake Bortles has thrown eight interceptions in 10 games this season and 31 times in 40 games over the course of his three-year career.

Kansas City: The Chiefs are seeking their eighth consecutive win in the AFC West. Alex Smith has not had a pass intercepted in 14 straight divisional road games.

Miami: The Dolphins are 0 for 4 this year on fourth down. Miami failed to convert its first 10 third-down tries last week, and are at 33% for the season.

New England: With a win over the Jets, the Patriots will clinch their 16th straight season with a winning record. Tom Brady is 21-6 in regular season vs. Jets as starter.

N.Y. Jets: Matt Forte has 458 yards from scrimmage over his last four games, with four rushing touchdowns and one touchdown catch in that span.

Oakland: With a win, the Raiders are assured of their first winning record since 2002. The last time they had winning mark they made it to the Super Bowl.

Pittsburgh: Antonio Brown is two yards shy of joining Hines Ward as the only Steelers receivers with four straight 1,000-yard seasons.

San Diego: Linebacker Melvin Ingram has three sacks in the last four games. Cornerback Casey Hayward is tied for NFL lead with five interceptions

Tennessee: Second-year quarterback Marcus Mariota needs 228 yards to become the Titans' first 3,000-yard passer since Matt Hasselbeck in 2011.