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e team poised to “break” several dubious franchise marks for offensive ineptitude. Following Buffalo’s 25-6 loss to the New England Patriots on Monday Night Football Youth Jason Croom Jersey , Buffalo’s fourth time in six losses scoring seven or fewer points, the Bills rank dead-last in the 32-team NFL in scoring average per game. Buffalo is averaging a robust 10.875 points per game, by far the lowest scoring average of any team in the league. The Bills are on a projected pace for the lowest scoring average in franchise history, and their offense is on pace to have the least potent attack since the 2006 Oakland Raiders (10.5 points per game). With an attack that is averaging only 246.4 total yards per game on offense, Buffalo is on pace to break the franchise mark for fewest yards of offense per game. That mark is held by the 1971 Bills, who posted a 1-13 record and averaged 237.6 yards of offense per game. Buffalo’s current pace would represent the fewest yards per game in the league since the 2008 Cincinnati Bengals (245.3 yards/game). With the three-headed quarterback monster of Josh Allen Womens Kelvin Benjamin Jersey , Nathan Peterman, and Derek Anderson, the Bills have thrown for 1,405 yards in eight games, an average of 149.1 yards/game. That figure is the worst since the Jacksonville Jaguars somehow averaged 136 passing yards/game in the 2011 season. The only bright spot? Buffalo, which had to play the league’s toughest slate of eight games (based on strength of schedule) has the league’s easiest schedule over the final eight games. Can the offense get off the historically-bad pace it is currently on by facing weaker competition? Only time will tell. For now Youth Matt Milano Jersey , the Bills must prepare to face the ferocious Chicago Bears in Week 9 at New Era Field with Peterman at starting quarterback.Minnesota Vikings set record for fewest rushing attempts in game against Buffalo Bills The Minnesota Vikings gave up on the run in Sunday’s game against the Buffalo Bills. They ran the ball so little, they set an NFL record in the process with just six rushing attempts. That’s only been done twice before in NFL history. It almost wasn’t even that many as you’re about to see.With starting running back Dalvin Cook sidelined, the Vikings still had Latavius Murray (776 career rushing attempts) and rookie Mike Boone in the backfield, they just chose not to use them much. Each had two carries along with two Kirk Cousins scrambles to tie for the team lead in rushing attempts.Here are the play-by-play notes:On Minnesota’s second drive, they opened with a rush on 1st and 10 by Murray for 2 yards.The next play, Boone gained no yards on 2nd and 8.Boone gained Minnesota’s first first down of the game Womens Zay Jones Jersey , rumblings for 11 yards on 2nd and 7 on the third Vikings possession of the day.With six minutes left in the first half, Murray received his next handoff and lost a yard setting up 2nd and 11.On Minnesota’s first drive of the second half, Cousins fumbled the 2nd and 1 snap and recovered the ball for a 4-yard loss. It was an accidental rushing attempt.The first play of the fourth quarter was a 2-yard Kirk Cousins scramble.Had it not been for the third quarter fumble, the Vikings would have stood alone with the fewest rushing attempts in NFL history. They had zero called running plays in the second half. They went more than 36 minutes of game time without calling a running play.The other two games with six rushing attempts are fairly recent, as well. In 2004, the New England Patriots set the NFL record against the Pittsburgh Steelers. It was matched two years later by the Arizona Cardinals playing against the Minnesota Vikings. All three teams with six rushing attempts in a game lost Womens Kyle Williams Jersey , as you might expect.

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