Josh Allen threw for three touchdowns, and the defense forced four turnovers as the Buffalo Bills rolled to a 32-6 victory over the New York Jets at Highmark Stadium on Sunday, snapping a two-game skid and improving to 6-5.
The new Joe Brady-led offense had nearly 400 yards of total offense, led by Allen’s 275 passing yards. The Bills put points on the board on six of their first eight drives of the game and punted just three times overall.
Khalil Shakir led all receivers with 115 yards on three catches, including an 81-yard touchdown, Buffalo’s longest of the season. James Cook and Ty Johnson hauled in TDs as well. Cook also had 17 carries for 73 yards (4.3 AVG).
Tyler Bass converted on all four field goal attempts, including a 50-yarder, but missed an extra point.
On the defensive side, Rasul Douglas tallied two interceptions, recorded four tackles, and recovered a fumble in his third game with Buffalo. Leonard Floyd (2.5), Tyrel Dodson (1.0), Ed Oliver (1.0), Shaq Lawson (1.0), and Terrel Bernard (0.5) recorded sacks.
The Bills will head to Philadelphia next Sunday to face the Eagles at 4:25 p.m., looking to hand them their first home loss of the season.