EJ Manuel set a new NFL record on Sunday, and it's not one he'll be proud of. Tom Szczerbowski Getty Images

EJ Manuel hasn't lived up to expectations since being a first-round pick in 2013. He owns a 6-10 record as a starter for the Buffalo Bills, while tossing just 19 touchdowns to 15 interceptions.

While those numbers are telling by themselves, one statistic in particular epitomizes what Manuel has been since coming into the NFL. With the loss against the Jacksonville Jaguars on Sunday, Manuel became the first quarterback in NFL history to lose a game in three different continents: the U.S., Canada, and the United Kingdom.

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Most of Manuel's games were played in the U.S., but he was also a part of the Bills' Toronto Series. Manuel and the Bills played at the Rogers' Centre in Toronto in 2013, where he lost 34-31 in overtime against the Atlanta Falcons.

The NFL no longer plays games in Canada, so it's unlikely any other QB will match Manuel's "record" any time soon. He may not be the winningest quarterback, but at least Manuel can say he holds one NFL record -- even if it's an embarrassing one.

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