Bills’ average margin of victory is 28.8 points during four-game winning streak

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The Bills aren’t just winning, they’re dominating.

The Bills’ average margin of victory during their current four-game winning streak is 28.8 points.

A tweet from the Bills called that the largest margin any team has recorded during a four-game winning streak since the 1953 Eagles, who went on an incredible six-game run, winning by scores of 23-7, 56-17, 35-7, 30-7, 45-14 and 38-0. That gave them an average victory margin of 29.2 points over the six-game streak, and 30.3 points over their best four-game stretch.

After we posted this item, a reader pointed out that the tweet from the Bills was incorrect: During the 2007 Patriots’ 16-0 season, they had a four-game winning streak at one point during that season in which their average margin of victory was 29.0 points.

The Bills are 5.5-point favorites on Monday night against the Titans.

Bills’ average margin of victory is 28.8 points during four-game winning streak originally appeared on Pro Football Talk

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