Bills run game comes alive in week 10 win over Jets

EAST RUTHERFORD, N.J. (WHEC) — The Buffalo Bills defeated the New York Jets 45-17 on Sunday afternoon. A big part of the offensive onslaught came from the run game. As a team, they ran for just under 140 yards, the most since week 4’s 40-0 win over the Houston Texans.

This time, though, it wasn’t just Josh Allen finding the open spaces for gains. Four different backs ran in for a score (Devin Singletary, Matt Breida, Zack Moss, and Isaiah McKenzie). The four rushing touchdowns ties the 2nd most the Bills have ever had in a game. Breida’s one, a 15-yard run in the 3rd quarter to stretch the lead to 30-3, was his first as a Bill.
For Moss, it was his first rushing TD since week 4. Sean McDermott was expectedly pleased.

“It was fun to watch,” he said. “It really was. The running backs making plays, the offensive line helping us make plays in the running game.”

“Honestly, with this team, it makes it kind of easy cause we’re not worried about touchdowns or stats like that,” Breida said. “We’re worried about winning. We have a guy, Josh [Allen], leading like that every day. It makes it easy to come to work. Of course you want to be up every week but at the end of the day, you got to do what’s best for the team.”