In the third quarter, the Bills offense has found new life after relying on field goals in the first half. With just 6:29 left in the third quarter, Josh Allen connected with Khalil Shakir for his third touchdown pass of the day, extending the Bills’ lead to 29-6 against the Jets. This marked a turning point in the game as it was the longest play from scrimmage in the NFL season so far.

Prior to this touchdown pass, Allen also scored a touchdown on the Bills’ first drive of the second half, connecting with running back Ty Johnson. This was Allen’s first game under interim offensive coordinator Joe Brady calling the plays and he has completed 19-of-29 passes for 273 yards so far.

On the other hand, it seems that the Jets are struggling to find their offensive rhythm as they have yet to attempt a shot on target after their punt on their first possession of the third quarter. Despite this setback, they continue to fight and look forward to making a comeback in this exciting game.

By Editor

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