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Bills bounce back with blowout win over Jets, 45-17 (full coverage)

After last week’s sloppy 9-6 loss to the second-to last place Jaguars, the Buffalo Bills get the big win against a bad team that they’ve been looking for in Sunday’s 45-17 win against the New York Jets.

The Bills failed to get into the end zone in Jacksonville last Sunday, but they shook that monkey off their backs early and often against the Jets, scoring the first of many touchdowns in their first possession of the game. Buffalo would score a total of 7 touchdowns at MetLife Stadium, and a majority of the scores would come on the ground.

The rushing game has been a point of contention for the Bills in the last few weeks, but against the Jets, Buffalo put up over 140 yards and four rushing touchdowns from four different Bills.

Josh Allen finished the day 21 of 28 for 366 yards, two touchdowns and an interception in the win.

Along with the offense firing on all cylinders for the first time since before the bye week, the Bills defense put together five turnover game, picking off Jets quarterback Mike White four times and forcing a fumble early in the game. The Buffalo D kept New York out of the end zone until the fourth quarter.

The Bills get back on track with the win, and move to 6-3 on the season. Buffalo returns home next week when they host a rematch of the 2021 AFC Wildcard game as the Indianapolis Colts come to town.

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The Buffalo Bills suffered a tough loss to the Jaguars last week, but there’s no time like the present to bounce back and get on the winning track. Buffalo has the opportunity to do so in Week 10 as the team gets set to face a division opponent in the New York Jets. Buffalo has won its past two games against the Jets and the past three games against the Jets in MetLife Stadium.

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