The Buffalo Bills Destroy The New York Jets
The talk around Western New York the entire week was whether or not the Bills were in trouble? It's for good reason, after the shocking 9-6 road loss to the Jacksonville Jaguars last Sunday.
The Bills entered today as a heavy road favorite and as it turns out, the Bills are a-ok.
The Bills beat the New York Jets by a score of 45-17, in a game that featured the return of rookie right tackle Spencer Brown and starting tight end, Dawson Knox. The Bills missed them, dearly a week ago.
Bills quarterback Josh Allen threw for 366 yards and two touchdowns, while wide receiver Stefon Diggs had his best game of the season, catching 8 passes for 162 yards and a touchdown.
The Bills defense caused nightmares all day for Jets quarterback, Mike White, who threw four interceptions. White was making his third career start and had a very hard time against an experienced Bills secondary.
Tre'Davious White, Levi Wallace, Jordan Poyer and Taron Johnson all had an interception, while Micah Hyde had a fumble recovery, so all five starters in the Bills secondary had a takeaway.
The Bills lost wide receiver and kick returner Isaiah McKenzie with six minutes remaining in regulation with what appeared to be a lower leg injury, so we will see if that's anything long term.
The Bills next play at home against the Indianapolis Colts next Sunday at 1 pm at Highmark Stadium. It's the final game before the Bills travel to New Orleans to play the Saints on Thanksgiving night.
The Bills are now 6-3 and sit atop the AFC East by a half game above the New England Patriots, who are 6-4.