Nickel and Wide-Right Awards

GetAttachmentThe Buffalo Bills played a sub-par game.  There really wasn’t any high pints t speak of for the Buffalo Bills against the Jets this week.

They played from behind and were unable to capitalize on the turnovers they did get.

The Buffalo Nickel award goes to two the linebacking crew.  They were able to force turnovers and create pressure to force Geno Smith to make passes he did want to make.  Kiko Alonso made a great interception and got the Bills down inside the 20 yard line and the Bill stalled and were not able to come away with more than 3 points.  Manny Lawson seemed to be in just ab out every play for a tackle.  For this, Alonso and Lawson will get the Buffalo Nickel award.

The wide-right award goes to E.J. Manuel again this week.  Manuel looked completely lost, rookie or not.  When he did make a throw towards the sidelines, he did not give his receivers any chance to make a catch.  Each one landed 3-4 yards outside the boundary.  Manuel did not make great decisions with the ball and under threw a lot of his targets this week.  He looked like a true rookie, something that he has not shown in the past two games.

The Bills were not out played this week and the Jets also set a franchise record for penalties in a game.  The Bills should have won this game but again in true Bills fashion were not able to capitalize on anything.

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