The Buffalo Bills needed a win this week in a big way. Not just in the standings but for their confidence in themselves and in the play-calling of Joe Brady. Buffalo handed the New Jets a 32 - 6 whooping too. Just simply winning would have been good but they dominated the Jets, as they should being the superior talent. The offense took a little while to get into the end zone but after putting up three field goals to start the scoring, they started finishing drives with six.
Buffalo's offense looked on it and limited the turnovers this week against a defense that has been forcing turnovers against some of the best in the league. But on this day, aside from the first half Hail Mary, the Bills did not turn it over. Even in the Week One battle, Buffalo moved the ball well but the turnovers were their undoing.
This time around Buffalo's offense was running circles around the "vaunted" Jets defense. If this is the offense we get going forward, this team will have a chance to run the table. I know, pump the brakes but this was fun to watch. It was even more fun given how the first Jets game went and how the last six weeks have gone.
Khalil Shakir set a new career high with 115 yards on three receptions, adding a touchdown. Kincaid was a popular target of Allen's in the first half too. The defense was fantastic, despite all the injuries on that side of the ball. Ed Oliver was playing out of his mind, as his career season continued and Leonard Floyd added a couple more sacks to his season total. Let's get into my initial reactions.