4 Jets players the Bills must game plan for in Week 10

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The Buffalo Bills visit the New York Jets in Week 10. The Bills (5-3) are big favorites over the Jets (2-6) heading into Sunday.

Still, the Jets carry a roster with some good, young talent.

With that, here are four players the Bills must game plan for heading into their upcoming game:

WR Jamison Crowder

New York Jets wide receiver Jamison Crowder (82) runs into the end zone for a touchdown in front of Buffalo Bills cornerback Taron Johnson (24) during the third quarter at Bills Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Rich Barnes-USA TODAY Sports

Slot wide receiver Jamison Crowder always seems to save some of his best work for the Bills. He consistently has big games against Buffalo, even when the Jets can’t get anything going.

Not only do the Bills have to be prepped for Crowder because of that, there’s Taron Johnson to consider. The nickel defender suffered a concussion last week. He might not be at his best.

DE John Franklin-Myers

New York Jets defensive end John Franklin-Myers (91) defends during the first half of an NFL football game against the New England Patriots, Sunday, Oct. 24, 2021, in Foxborough, Mass. (AP Photo/Stew Milne)

Jets pass rusher John Franklin-Myers is graded as Pro Football Focus‘ No. 31 edge defender so far this season. He’s having a good year, already notching a career-high four sacks.

The Bills will probably want to prepare for the guy on the other side of the defensive line as well. Former Buffalo first-round pick Shaq Lawson is there.

S Ashtyn Davis

Ashtyn Davis #32 and Ty Johnson #25 of the New York Jets take the field before the game against the Miami Dolphins at Hard Rock Stadium on October 18, 2020 in Miami Gardens, Florida. (Photo by Michael Reaves/Getty Images)

After suffering an Achilles injury just last week, the Jets will be without their talented safety in Marcus Maye the rest of the season. That also might be the end of his career in New York.

But without Maye in Week 10, it’ll be Ashtyn Davis filling in. The Bills will be well aware of that.

OL Conor McGovern

New York Jets center Connor McGovern (60) blocks Indianapolis Colts defensive end Kemoko Turay (57) during an NFL football game, Thursday, Nov. 4, 2021, in Indianapolis. (AP Photo/Zach Bolinger)

While not a great overall team just yet, the Jets have improved in areas this season. Namely in recently weeks, better play can be found in the trenches on offense.

New York’s offensive line has had some good play there and their anchor is center Connor McGovern. The Bills defensive line has to be ready for the entire Jets’ O-line.

McGovern just so happens to be the Jets’ best offensive lineman, according to Pro Football Focus. Another name to watch is rookie Alijah Vera-Tucker, who has also recently been praised by Jets Wire.

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