The Bills have allowed 135 points in their three consecutive losses, the most in a three-game stretch in franchise history.
That includes a 34-21 loss to the Jets, a 47-10 loss to the Saints and a 54-24 loss to the Chargers.
The Bills gave up at least 47 points for the first time in back-to-back games.
The combined 101 points in the last two weeks is two shy of the franchise record for points allowed in consecutive games. The record was set in the final two games of the 1976 season. In the second finale, the Bills allowed 58 points.