AFC notes: Bills’ LeSean McCoy still a duel threat

AFC notes:
Bills running back LeSean McCoy celebrates after scoring a rushing touchdown against the Cardinals on Sept. 25.
(Bill Wippert / Associated Press)

Baltimore Ravens: The Ravens are 5-0 at home against the Raiders, including a 19-14 win on Sept. 1, 1996, their first game in Baltimore after moving from Cleveland.

Buffalo Bills: LeSean McCoy is the only player since 2010 with more than 7,000 yards rushing (7,277) and 2,000 yards receiving (2,315). He also has 62 total touchdowns.

Cincinnati Bengals: The Bengals sacked Dolphins quart- erback Ryan Tannehill five times during their 29-17 win Thursday. He had been sacked just once the last two games.

Cleveland Browns: Last week, Terrelle Pryor became the first player with at least 120 yards receiving, 30 passing and 20 rush- ing since Hall of Famer Frank Gifford in 1959.


Denver Broncos: Broncos linebacker Von Miller leads the NFL with five sacks. Coincidentally, that’s the same total as the Buccaneers. Miller also has a forced fumble.

Houston Texans: J.J. Watt’s streak of 83 consecutive games — he hasn’t missed one in six seasons — will end today after he underwent back surgery last week.

Indianapolis Colts: Andrew Luck spent part of his childhood in London. The Colts have played three international games, all in preseason and none in London.

Jacksonville Jaguars: Jaguars quarterback Blake Bortles is 35 for 66 passing with 472 yards, two touchdowns, and two interceptions in two starts in London.


Kansas City Chiefs: The Chiefs last won in Pittsburgh on Dec. 21, 1986. Kansas City leads the NFL with 10 takeaways after picking off the Jets’ Ryan Fitzpatrick six times.

Miami Dolphins: After scoring on their first possession against the Bengals, the Dolphins’ next 10 drives ended in a punt, fumble, interception or turning the ball over on downs.

New England Patriots: The Patriots have won 28 of their last 32 meetings with the Bills. New England Coach Bill Belichick is 11-4 vs. Buffalo Coach Rex Ryan.

N.Y. Jets: Eric Decker has a touchdown catch in eight straight home games. However, he missed practice this week because of a shoulder injury.

Oakland Raiders: The Raiders are 5-1 when Amari Cooper has at least 100 yards receiving. He had 109 against Baltimore last season and topped that mark once this year.

Pittsburgh Steelers: Running back LeVeon Bell returns after missing three games because of a suspension. He missed the first two games last year for the same reason.

San Diego Chargers: Melvin Gordon has rushed for at least one touchdown in three straight games for the Chargers, although he had only 35 yards rushing last week.

Tennessee Titans: Andre John- son played 12 seasons for Houston, today’s opponent, and tops the franchise in catches (1,012), receiving yards (13,597) and TD catches(64). 


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