4 remarkable stats from Buffalo Bills Week 15 over Cowboys

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Josh Allen throws for under 100 yards

The way the offense was running the ball, the Bills didn't need Josh Allen to throw the ball much. He finished the game with seven completions on 15 pass attempts and only 94 passing yards with 24 of those yards coming on the opening drive with two completions to Stefon Diggs.

This is the fewest completions in a game in Josh Allen's career in a game where he played more than 50% of the snaps. The previous low was in 2018 against the Jacksonville Jaguars when he completed eight.

It shouldn't be a surprise but the trend continues for pass attempts as the previous low was 17 and once again occurred in his rookie season. As for passing yards, it was the third fewest passing yards in a game and the prior two occasions were during the rookie season.

More important than all of that, Josh Allen would break his nine game streak of games with at least one interception. These games will be the exception and not the rule, even with James Cook playing as well as he is.