Bills RB Karlos Williams is lone player to accomplish this feat in 2015

Karlos Williams scored his fourth touchdown of the year on Sunday and is the only player in the NFL with a score in each game this season.
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The Buffalo Bills fell to the New York Giants 24-10 on Sunday, but it wasn't without a touchdown from rookie running back Karlos Williams. Through the first three games of his career, Williams had scored a touchdown in all of them.

On Sunday, Williams extended that streak to four. Williams is now the only player in the NFL to score a touchdown in each of the first four games. He completed the feat with a 23-yard touchdown reception from Tyrod Taylor down the sideline.

It's not often you see a rookie standing alone with regards to touchdowns, never mind a backup running back. With LeSean McCoy sidelined with a hamstring injury, Williams has stepped in admirably and done a great job. 

He'll look to extend his touchdown streak next week against the Tennessee Titans.

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