Bills Rally Against Jets
The Buffalo Bills trailed 16-0 in the third-quarter against New York Jets on the road. Buffalo looked sloppy and Josh Allen committed four turnovers in the first-half. However, the Bills trailed 16-10 in the fourth and Allen threw the game-winning 38-yard touchdown touchdown pass to John Brown with 3:07 remaining in regulation as Buffalo took down the Jets 17-16.
Allen completed 24-of-37 passes for 254 yards one touchdown and two interceptions. He also rushed for 38 yards on 10 carries and a touchdown. Brown caught seven passes for 123 yards receiving and a score.
C.J. Mosley had a 17-yard interception return for a touchdown in the first-quarter for New York (missed extra point). He left the game in the second-half for the New York Jets with a groin injury and Mosley did not return.
Frank Gore was tackled for a safety in the third-quarter by Brian Poole and Jordan Jenkins.
Sam Darnold threw a 9-yard touchdown pass to Le'Veon Bell (2-point conversion Darnold to Bell) later in the third-quarter. Darnold was shaky in this game. He completed 28-of-41 passes for 175 yards and one touchdown. Sam Darnold had one carry for no rushing yards.
Bell finished with 60 yards rushing on 17 carries. He also caught six passes for 32 yards receiving and a score. Jamison Crowder was their leading receiver with 14 receptions for 99 yards receiving. He also rushed for four yards on one carry.
Josh Allen scored on a 3-yard touchdown in the fourth-quarter for Buffalo. Rookie running back Devin Singletary rushed for 70 yards on four carries. He also caught five passes for 28 yards receiving.
Buffalo's defense recorded four sacks in the game and Jerry Hughes recorded 1.5 of them. New York didn't record a single sack.
The rest was history.
The Bills (1-0) will be right back at Metlife Stadium next Sunday when they take on the New York Giants (0-1) and the New York Jets (0-1) will take on the Cleveland Browns (0-1) at home next Monday night.