The Buffalo Bills recently won a hard-fought game over the New York Jets, snapping their two-game losing streak. The team had fired their offensive coordinator, Ken Dorsey, just days before the game and were looking for a fresh start. Quarterback Josh Allen stepped up to the plate and threw three touchdown passes in the team’s first game since Dorsey’s departure, leading them to victory at home.
Allen had some ups and downs in the game, throwing an interception on a Hail Mary at the end of the first half. However, he managed to avoid turnovers for the rest of the game and finished with 20-of-32 throws for 275 yards, including an impressive 81-yard touchdown pass to Khalil Shakir. Running back 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, things didn’t go as smoothly for the Jets. They went five punts without scoring their first touchdown since Week Eight and Zach Wilson threw an interception that cost them dearly. However, there was one bright spot in their performance – head coach Robert Saleh pulled Wilson from