The Bills recently broke a two-game losing streak by defeating the Jets at home in their first game since firing Ken Dorsey as their offensive coordinator. Josh Allen threw three touchdown passes, including an 81-yard touchdown pass to Khalil Shakir, and ended up with 20-of-32 throws for 275 yards, despite throwing an interception on a Hail Mary at the end of the first half. The team lastly relied on James Cook, who chipped in 73 yards on 17 carries, to put the game away with back-to-back touchdowns in the second half.
On the other hand, the Jets struggled in the game as Zach Wilson threw an interception and led them to five punts before head coach Robert Saleh pulled him from the game in the third quarter. With trade deadlines passed and no real upgrades available on the open market, the Jets are facing more questions than hope as they prepare for their next game against Philadelphia.
For the Bills, however, there is more optimism ahead. Although they may experience player shortages in their secondary after injuries to Taylor Rapp, Taron Johnson, Dane Jackson, and Rasul Douglas Sunday’s game, they look forward to a tough but promising matchup against Philadelphia in Week 12.