Are there any single-season franchise records broken?
The extra regular season game this year has made single-season records more attainable. In fact, there are two single-season records that could be broken in the regular season final against the New York Jets.
The first is passing touchdowns in a season, which Josh Allen actually broke last year with 37. The record was previously held by Jim Kelly when he had 33 passing touchdowns in 1991. This year, Allen has 34 passing touchdowns so he would need three to tie last year’s record and four to break it.
The other record that is potentially within reach is receiving touchdowns in a season. The current record is 11, set by wide receiver Bill Brooks in 1995. There are two players that could potentially at least tie Brooks as wide receiver Stefon Diggs and tight end Dawson Knox both have nine on the season.
It would require a big game from both as they would need two to tie, and three to break it. However, if Allen were to throw four to set his record it could give one of these two a good chance.