Jets vs. Bills: 6 Things We Learned from New York's 27-11 Victory

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Jets vs. Bills: 6 Things We Learned from New York's 27-11 Victory
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Similar to their game against San Diego, the New York Jets' victory against the Buffalo Bills was a tale of two halves.  Midway through the second quarter, the game was scoreless, and then Nick Folk was able to break the tie by making a 49-yard field goal.

On offense, it was more of the same to start the game.  Despite an impressive drive down the field, Mark Sanchez squandered away 10 minutes of hard work with one bad throw.  This was followed by more lack of production by the Jets' offense, as Sanchez and crew did almost all of their scoring in the third quarter after only being able to put up three points in the first half.

For the defense, however, they were consistent all the way through, as they were able to hold the Buffalo defense to a season-low 11 points.  Despite injuries and doubts of whether or not they were going to be able to stop possible MVP candidate Fred Jackson, the Jets kept Fred Jackson to 82 yards.

Here is a look at lessons learned from Sunday’s New York Jets victory.  As always, feedback is welcome.  Enjoy!

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