Buffalo Bills @ New York Jets: Three Keys to the Game

Buffalo Bills @ New York Jets: Three Keys to the Game

The Bills are now in second place in the AFC East, a half a game behind the New England Patriots, while the Jets are now in last place.

The Buffalo Bills visit the New York Jets in Week 9 of the 2017 National Football League season.


Instead, the New York Jets continued their surprising season with a 34-21 rout at MetLife Stadium. The Bills matched their season total of three turnovers in the game. That was not the case against the Jets. The score came after a strip-sack of Tyrod Taylor by Jordan Jenkins that Demario Davis recovered and ran to the 5. Leonard Johnson nearly grabbed a turnover for the Bills early in the first quarter as a Josh McCown pass went direction to Johnson, but the corner dropped it. The Jets had five sacks in the first half after entering the game with just 11 this season. The offensive line opened up some big holes and the defensive line was in the Bills' backfield. It's hard to even pick out one guy because there were so many mishaps. Taylor was sacked seven times, including the strip-sack in the fourth quarter that sealed the game for good. That's not going to cut it. The Bills receiver had to exit the game late in the second quarter after suffering an apparent knee injury, although it's unclear if the injury is serious or not. Quarterback Josh McCown also has two carries for 16 yards, including a 10-yard touchdown run. He finished with a slight but respectable stat line of 14-of-20 passing for 140 yards and two touchdowns (one passing, one rushing). For the game, the Jets rushed for 194 yards on 41 carries. But things didn't completely go away.

Unfortunately for Jones, the Force hasn't been with him the entire first half.

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