Bills vs. Jets final score, takeaways: New York’s defense thumps Buffalo in blowout

Before the season, I predicted that the Jets would flirt with an 0-16 record. Tonight, on Nov. 2, I’m writing about the Jets’ fourth win of the season. So much for tanking. They’re flirting with an actual mediocre season and maybe, maybe — dare I say it — a run at a postseason spot in a conference lacking six quality teams, which is a borderline miracle considering the expectations they entered the season with. 

On Thursday night, the Jets pulled off the upset by handedly beating the Bills with a staunch defensive effort, winning 34-21. With the victory, the Jets improved to 4-5. They have the same amount of wins as teams like the RavensCowboys, Packers, and Falcons.

Josh McCown played relatively well — especially by his standards –and running backs Matt Forte and Bilal Powell held up their end of the bargain with two touchdowns and 151 yards, but the credit should be directed toward the defense and specifically, the defensive front. The Jets dominated the Bills up front, harassing Tyrod Taylor for seven sacks and limiting LeSean McCoy to 2.1 yards per carry. The Jets won because they prevailed in the trenches.

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