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 Bills had over 400 yards of total offense and held the Jets to just 190 in the game. Here are some immediate observations from the game. Tyler Bass MVP of the game Bass missed a pair of field goal attempts in the game but made six to be the only player to score points in the game for a Bills offense that moved the ball but couldn’t get in the end zone.
The Jets Offense looked uncharacteristically competent during the first half of Sunday’s game against the Bills, but they reverted to norm in the second half. After taking a 10-6 lead into the break, the Jets managed 14 yards on their first four possessions of the second half. The Bills were able to use their defense’s [more]