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Buffalo Bills’ Karlos Williams scored 6th straight game with a TD

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By Anthony Caruso III

Buffalo Bills running back Karlos Williams has did not receive much fan fair when he was coming into the league. Yet, he’s done something the likes of Todd Gurley, Melvin Gordon and the other rookie backs can never say they’ve done.

With a 26-yard touchdown reception in the third quarter, Williams has scored a touchdown in six straight games after a pass from quarterback Tyrod Taylor. He’s just the second player in NFL history to pull off this feat.

Karlos Williams (Getty Images)

Karlos Williams (Getty Images)

Robert Edwards, the former running back for the New England Patriots, was the other to pull this off. As a rookie in 1998, Edwards had 291 carries for 1,115 yards and nine touchdowns.

Edwards is also the player, who blew out his knee at the NFL rookie flag football game in Hawai’i during the Pro Bowl week. He was never the same after that, as his leg was nearly amputated below the knee.

Two of Williams’ touchdowns have come as a receiver with five as a rusher.

He scored a touchdown in the first three games of the season. Then, in Week 4 against the New York Giants, he had his first receiving touchdown.

Williams then missed Weeks 5-7, then the Bye Week in Week 8, before coming back against the Miami Dolphins. He had a career-best 110 rushing yards and two touchdowns in the game.

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