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Bills hang on to beat Jets 18-10 behind six field goals (full coverage)

They say a win is a win, and that’s 100 percent true, but it’s awfully tough to feel enthusiastic about the way the Buffalo Bills defeated the still-winless New York Jets 18-10 Sunday afternoon at MetLife Stadium.

Ugly? Yeah, that’s one of many words you could use for this one, and a few curse words mixed into the description wouldn’t be out of place.

The once-dynamic Buffalo offense went 60 minutes against one of the worst defenses in the NFL and failed to score a touchdown, but it was bailed out by its own defense which shook off a poor start and dominated the second half of the game.

Oh, and there was rookie kicker Tyler Bass, who may be the most maddening player on the Buffalo roster. He produced all of Buffalo’s points with six field goals which tied Steve Christie’s team record for a single game. He also missed twice, including one from 37 yards in the fourth quarter that would have helped the Bills secure the victory a little earlier.

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The Bills opened the 2020 season with a 27-17 win against the Jets in Week 1. Buffalo has a chance to sweep the Jets series on Sunday. If the Bills win it would be their first sweep of the Jets since the 2015 season. That year, they beat the Jets 22-17 in both contests.

The New York Jets have yet to win a game this season. And unfortunately for Jets fans, the Bills have been great on the road since last season. Buffalo has 8 wins and 3 losses on the road since 2019. So far this season the Bills have beat the Dolphins and the Raiders, but lost to the Titans in away games.

Bills head coach Sean McDermott is 4-3 against the Jets since taking over in Buffalo.

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