ORCHARD PARK, N.Y. (WIVB) - This year's version of the Buffalo Bills is on the verge of surrendering more points than any other team in franchise history.
If the Jets score 29 points Sunday, it will break the all-time team mark of 454 - set in 1984 by a Bills team that finished with a 2-14 record.
"It's frustrating for all of us," said defensive tackle Kyle Williams. "We put a lot of hours into it and have breakdowns."
This is already the third season in a row in which the Bills have given up more than 400 points. That happened only twice in the 50 seasons leading up to that point.
"For us to be where we are, I don't think the blame lies on one particular area. I think we all have to take ownership of it. That's everybody in the organization from top down," said safety George Wilson.
The Bills have given up 426 points this season in 15 games. Buffalo hosts the Jets this Sunday at 1pm. The game will be blacked out on local television, with 13,000 tickets still remaining.