Bills lead the league in turn-over ratio with a plus 14.
This has been the story line every week.
Now, Shady has his legs back since about two weeks ago. He did well against the Jets in the first match-up if you recall, also.
There is some sort of Clapping, Family, Method thing being preached.
This is a lesser opponent who has lost 3 in a row.
That all adds up to…
Bills 27, Jets 19
Here’s what others think:
The Bills are one of the surprise teams so far at 5-2, but this is a division rival on a short week. That can be a problem. I think the Jets are playing feisty football and will do so here. In fact, I think the defense leads them to an upset victory.
Jets 21, Bills 20
The Bills won this matchup in ugly fashion, 21-12, way back in Week 1. They’ve been a much better home team (4-0), especially offensively. The Jets have done better at cleaning up mistakes of late to keep them in just about every game. Here, Josh McCown’s good play finally delivers a late field-goal drive to steal this one from Tyrod Taylor.
Jets 23, Bills 20
Finally, after that early season tease, the Jets can get back down to business with the serious, sustained losing we all expected. The Bills not only have one of the league’s best defenses — on display in a dominant victory over Oakland last week — but they have run the call effectively, too. They look like a playoff team. The Jets? Cue the sad trombone. This one is going to end all false hope of a surprising season.
Bills 24, Jets 17