Buffalo Bills topple Jets, 32-6

ORCHARD PARK, N.Y. (WHEC) – The Buffalo Bills have their backs against the wall at home against the New York Jets.

3rd quarter takeaways

Jackson Roberts: Bills D taking over

Forcing the Jet offense off the field and getting creative on offense. The Bills seem to put it together in the quarter as a whole.

2nd quarter takeaways

Jackson Roberts: Cook is cookin’

If there’s one thing I’ve consistently advocated for, it’s getting James Cook involved in the offense more. It worked well on Buffalo’s lone TD drive of the half, with him getting a 1st down and a TD.

Mat Mlodzinski: Bills defense should earn an award

Is the Jets offense any good? No. But the Bills defense has been destroyed with injuries this season and they still have found a way to consistently shut down whoever they play. The Jets had 25 rushing yards in the first half and less than 100 yards of total offense.

1st quarter takeaways

Jackson Roberts: Red zone struggles, but promising start

Two chances for the Bills offense to get into the end zone and two failures. They moved the ball well on their second drive but couldn’t finish it off. Defense has been lights out so far.

Mat Mlodzinski: Dalton Kincaid continues to excite

The Bills rookie tight end had a big 1st quarter, catching four passes for 43 yards. Against a great Jets defense, it’s a great sign Kincaid has been able to get so open.