In recent weeks, the Buffalo Bills have made headlines for their successful win against the New York Jets after letting go of their offensive coordinator, Ken Dorsey. The team’s quarterback, Josh Allen, had a standout game by throwing three touchdown passes in the first game since the change. Despite an interception on a Hail Mary at the end of the first half, Allen’s offense was able to avoid turnovers and ended with 20-of-32 throws for 275 yards, including an impressive 81-yard touchdown pass to Khalil Shakir. Additionally, running back James Cook chipped in 73 yards on 17 carries.
On the other hand, the Jets struggled in their matchup against the Bills. Quarterback Zach Wilson threw an interception and led his team to five punts before being pulled from the game in the third quarter. Despite this setback, there is still hope for improvement as trade deadlines have passed and there are no signs of a significant upgrade on the open market.
For the Bills, this win was particularly important as they now face a tough game in Philadelphia in Week 12. However, they may experience some player shortages in their secondary due to injuries sustained during Sunday’s matchup against the Jets. Taylor Rapp, Taron Johnson, Dane Jackson all left Sunday’s game with injuries while Rasul Douglas was hurt late in the game. They will need to shuffle some pieces around but remain optimistic about their prospects for success against Philadelphia.
Overall, both teams have had ups and downs this season but it seems like