BY RICH GOLDBERG
1) Revenge, sorta: The Bills have won 6 consecutive games against the Redskins. Washington's last victory over Buffalo came in you guessed it.. Super Bowl XXVI in 1992.
2) QB control: Kirk Cousins has not thrown an interception at home in 204 passes, dating back to Week 1 against Miami. Tyrod Taylor set a Bills record of 222 consecutive attempts without an interception earlier this year, and has thrown only 1 pick in his last 7 starts.
3) Complete performance: Kirk Cousins is 14 completions away from setting a team record for most completions in a single season. Jason Campbell leads with 327 back in 2009. Kirk Cousins has 314.
4) Tight rein: Jordan Reed has averaged over 74 receiving yards his last 4 games and scored 6 touchdowns in his last 7 games. The Bills, however, have only allowed 3 tight ends with 40+ receiving yards this season.
5) Penalty pits: The Bills have committed 46 penalties for 395 yards in 6 wins this season. But in 7 losses, Buffalo has allowed 101 penalties for 691 yards.