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Charles Clay did something on Sunday that no other Bills TE has done since 1967.

Charles Clay did something on Sunday that no Bills tight end has done since 1967.

When the Buffalo Bills signed Charles Clay this offseason, they believed that they were getting an offensive playmaker. So far, the tight end hasn't disappointed. In four games, Clay has 21 receptions, 255 yards, and two touchdowns.

Currently, Clay is fourth among all tight ends in receptions and yards and tied for third in touchdown receptions. It's been a great start for Clay and after Sunday's game, it was revealed that Clay has accomplished something that no other Bills tight end has done since Paul Costa in 1967.


The fact that it took Clay four weeks to accomplish something that hasn't been done in Buffalo in 48 years speaks to his talent.

In addition to Clay's back-to-back 80+ yard games, the tight end is also on pace to break two other Bills tight end records. The aforementioned Costa owns Buffalo's record for tight end receiving yards in a season (726). If Clay were somehow able to keep his current pace, he'd finish the year with 1,020 yards this season, shattering the record. He's also on pace to break the tight end reception record (68), currently owned by Pete Metzelaars.

While there's no telling if Clay breaks either franchise record, but he's already made history with the Bills.

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