After defeating the Jets at home, the Bills have ended their two-game losing streak and improved to 6-5. The team’s offense was led by Josh Allen, who threw three touchdown passes in the team’s first game since Ken Dorsey was fired. Despite throwing an interception on a Hail Mary at the end of the first half, Allen finished with 20-of-32 throws for 275 yards and an 81-yard touchdown pass to Khalil Shakir. James Cook also chipped in with 73 yards on 17 carries as the Bills put the game away with back-to-back touchdowns in the second half.
On the other hand, the Jets struggled in their game against the Bills. Zach Wilson threw an interception and led the team to five punts before head coach Robert Saleh pulled him from the game in the third quarter. The Jets scored their first touchdown since Week Eight, but it was a single bright spot in an otherwise disappointing performance.
With trade deadlines passed and no real upgrades available on the open market, the Jets are facing more questions about their future. For the Bills, however, there is more hope. Although they may experience player shortages in their secondary against Philadelphia after Taylor Rapp, Taron Johnson, and Dane Jackson all left Sunday’s game with injuries, Rasul Douglas was also hurt late in