Bills Give Jets A Spanking, Snap Four Game Losing Streak

EAST RUTHERFORD, N.J. – The Buffalo Bills go into their bye-week at 3-7 after smoking the Jets in a 41-10 shellacking. 
The Bills led 14-0 at the end of the first quarter. At halftime, Buffalo led, 31-3, and they never looked back.
Bills quarterback, Matt Barkley completed 15-25 passes for 232 yards, and two touchdowns in his first start since 2016.
LeSean McCoy had his best game of the season for Buffalo, rushing for 113 yards, and two touchdowns.
Wide receiver, Zay Jones, and offensive tackle Dion Dawkins, caught a touchdown pass from Barkley.
Robert Foster led the Bills receiving corps with 105 yards on three receptions.
The Bills defense held the Jets to only 218 yards of total offense.
Rookie linebacker, Tremaine Edmunds, led the Bills defense with eight tackles. Safety, Jordan Poyer, added six tackles and a quarterback sack, one of the team’s three sacks on Jets quarterback, Josh McCown.
Linebacker, Matt Milano, also had six tackles, and intercepted a pass.
Safety, Micah Hyde also intercepted a pass.
McCown went 17-34 passing for only 135 yards, and two interceptions.
Running back, Isaiah Crowell, scored the Jets only touchdown of the game.
Jets linebackers, Avery Williamson, and Darron Lee, led their defense with 11 tackles each.
The Bills next game will be on Nov. 25 at New Era Field against former Bills head coach, Doug Marrone, and the Jacksonville Jaguars.
Kick-off will be at 1 p.m. on CBS.