The Buffalo Bills (6-5) have turned it around after losing back-to-back games the last two weeks as they defeated their divisional rival New York Jets (4-6), by a score of 32-6. The game started out with the Bills kicking it off to the Jets and Reggie Gilliam forced fumble which actually gave the Bills the ball to start out with, as well as the second half. Despite not being able to get into the endzone, the Bills managed to take a 9-0 lead under Tyler Bass.
The Bills were the first ones to get a touchdown with a passing touchdown from Josh Allen to James Cook late in the 2nd quarter. The Jets would respond with a touchdown of their own, but it would be their only score of the day.
This Buffalo offense was the complete opposite from their Week 1 performance against the Jets. There was more clarity under new interim offensive coordinator Joe Brady and there is more confidence heading into Philadelphia next week.