Denver, Colorado - A historic 2020 Buffalo Bills season continues as the franchise wins its first AFC East title since 1995 - before quarterback Josh Allen was even born.
This is the Bills' second consecutive playoff berth and third in the past four seasons under head coach Sean McDermott.
Off-season acquisition Stefon Diggs tallied 11 catches for for 147 yards and caught his 101st reception of the season off of the first snap of the day setting a new franchise record of single receptions surpassing Eric Moulds (100) in 2002.
Josh Allen went 28 for 40 for 359 yards (his seventh 300-yard game this season, tying Drew Bledsoe in 2002) passing for two touchdowns and rushing for two. Allen's two rushing touchdowns gives him 25 on the season which ties him with Jack Kemp for most in team history by a quarterback.
Allen now has 30-plus passing touchdowns and 8-plus rushing touchdowns this season. The only other player to do that is Cam Newton in 2015, the same season he won MVP.
Cole Beasley and Stefon Diggs became the first duo to each record 100 yards receiving in a game since 2010.
The Bills are now 11-3 on the season. They visit the Patriots on December 28. Kick-off is at 8:15 pm.