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AFC notes: Bills look to extend win streak to five games with trip to Miami

AFC notes: Bills look to extend win streak to five games with trip to Miami

Bills Coach Rex Ryan, center, stands with defensive coordinator Dennis Thurman, left, and assistant coach Rob Ryan, right, during the second half of a game against the 49ers on Oct. 16.

(Bill Wippert / Associated Press)

Baltimore Ravens: Quarterback Joe Flacco missed some practice this week because of a right shoulder injury but expects to play against the Jets.

Buffalo Bills: The Bills have won four consecutive games by a combined score of 124-53. Buffalo has a shot at its first five-game win streak since 2004. 

Cincinnati Bengals: Andy Dalton leads the AFC with 1,757 yards passing, trailing Atlanta’s Matt Ryan (2,075) and Giants’ Eli Manning (1,788) for the NFL lead.

Cleveland Browns: Quarterback-turned-receiver Terrelle Pryor might have to sit out the Browns’ game against the Bengals because of a hamstring issue.

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Denver Broncos: Gary Kubiak returns to the sideline after missing one game because of a complex migraine. Kubiak was 61-64 as the coach of the Texans from 2006 to 2013.

Houston Texans: Quarterback Brock Osweiler was 5-2 as a starter for the Broncos before he was benched for Peyton Manning in the playoffs last season.

Indianapolis Colts: The Colts have scored the most points (160) in the AFC South, but they’ve also given up the most (174)in the division. Andrew Luck is 7-0 vs. the Titans.

Jacksonville Jaguars: Pro Bowl receiver Allen Robinson hasn’t topped 75 yards receiving this season and has just two scores. He had 1,400 yards and 14 touchdowns last season.

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Kansas City Chiefs: All 10 meetings between the Chiefs and the Saints have been decided by 10 points or fewer. Kansas City hasn’t lost at home since Oct. 11, 2015. 

Miami Dolphins: Jay Ajayi leads all running backs with an average of 5.7 yards per carry thanks to his 204 yard performance on 25 carries last week against the Steelers.

New England Patriots: Tom Brady’s 196 victories are third all-time among quarterbacks. Only Brett Favre (199) and Peyton Manning (200) have more.

N.Y. Jets: Geno Smith is expected to start at quarterback for the first start since 2014. Smith has a record of 11-18 as a starter since he entered the league in 2013.

Oakland Raiders: Sebastian Janikowski needs nine points to pass David Akers (1,721) for 11th on NFL’s career scoring list. The Raiders haven’t won in Florida since 2008.

Pittsburgh Steelers: Landry Jones will start at quarterback with Ben Roethlisberger (knee) out. Pittsburgh is 11-9 in games without Roeth- lisberger since 2001.

San Diego Chargers: Rookie end Joey Bosa has two sacks in his first two games. Rookie tight end Hunter Henry has caught a touchdown pass in three straight games.

Tennessee Titans: Marcus Mariota has thrown three touchdown passes in back-to-back games. The Titans have allowed just 91 rushing yards over the last two games.

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