The margin of error for the Buffalo Bills is very small moving forward after losing three of their last four games, including losses to the Patriots and Broncos which have been games they should have won. It was time for drastic changes and the Bills fired Ken Dorsey and promoted quarterback coach Joe Brady to offensive coordinator.
The Bills are going to try to get their season back on track against a team that has already beaten them this season. The New York Jets would secure a 22-16 overtime victory in Week 1 but the Bills now get to play the Jets in front of the home crowd.
Looking ahead to Week 11, these are five Buffalo Bills that are worth watching against the New York Jets
The first player should not be much of a surprise as Josh Allen has struggled recently and more importantly, has struggled against Robert Salah and this Jets defense. In Week 1, Allen had four interceptions (3 interceptions and a fumble) which was a big reason for the loss to open the season.
However, last season wasn't much better for Allen against the Jets and in two games had three total touchdowns (1 passing, 2 rushing) and two interceptions.
This week, Josh Allen will have his third offensive coordinator in his career but is not a new relationship as Joe Brady has been the quarterback coach the past two years. It will be interesting to see what the game plan is for the offense and how well Allen can protect the football.