Josh Allen and the Bills were held out of the end zone for the first time this season, but Tyler Bass tied a franchise record with six field goals to help Buffalo snap a two-game skid with an 18-10 victory over the winless New York Jets on Sunday. It was the third game in 13 days for the Bills (5-2), who lost to Tennessee and Kansas City before their ugly win against the league-worst Jets (0-7). The Bills fell behind 10-0 early and looked sluggish for most of the game, and the victory marked their first without getting a touchdown since they beat Washington 17-16 in 2007 on five field goals by Rian Lindell and a safety.
The Buffalo Bills are trailing 10-6 against the New York Jets through two quarters of football. Let’s cover that again: The 4-2 Bills, a team that intends to win the AFC East, is losing to the 0-6 Jets, who should be firing their head coach any day now. It’s an ugly game, one that already had nine accepted penalties, and it’s an especially bad look for Buffalo.
Teresa M. Walker reporting from Nashville, Tennessee 2:10 The Cleveland Browns lost star receiver Odell Beckham to a knee injury, but they've rallied to tie the game at 10 with Cincinnati. Beckham was hurt while trying to make a tackle after quarterback Baker Mayfield threw an interception on his first pass. Beckham is not expected to return to the game.