It was a windy day in Buffalo, with gusts up to 65 MPH. That had an effect on the game early, when a field goal attempt by the Jets sailed way off the mark. Things stayed quiet until the second quarter, when E.J. Manuel floated up a touchdown pass to T.J. Graham. The Bills got another red zone chance after the defense strip-sacked Geno Smith. They cashed in on the turnover with a score by Frank Summers. Buffalo went into halftime leading the Jets, 20-0.
Geno Smith's struggles continued in the second half. He threw three interceptions and lost a fumble before being replaced by Matt Simms in the fourth quarter. By that time, the Bills were leading, 34-7, and the rest of the game was a mere formality.
Fantasy studs and duds
If you were hoping for fantasy points in this game, you're out of luck. C.J. Spiller did nothing against the Jets' defense, getting just six yards on 13 carries. On the other hand, Marquise Goodwin rewarded fantasy owners brave enough to start him. He finished with six catches for 81 yards and a touchdown. Chris Ivory also finished with 98 yards and a score for New York.
Geno Smith took a knock on the Jets' first possession, but he only missed one play. Fred Jackson suffered a minor knee injury and was probable to return.
Did they cover?
The Jets were 2.5 point favorites, according to Oddsshark. They lost and failed to cover.
The Jets drop to 5-5 and their wild card hopes take a big hit after losing a divisional matchup.
Buffalo on bye
New York at Baltimore, Nov. 24, 1 p.m. ET