The Jets are in a zero-sum business right now. Win, move on to the next game, and win again. Do it enough times and they’ll save their season.
This was one frantic finish the Jets might consider a turning point if they end up pulling off another late-season playoff push.
Mark Sanchez led a Jets’ comeback over the Buffalo Bills on Sunday to keep Gang Green’s playoff hopes alive. His late heroics keep the Jets in playoff contention.
Rex Ryan may be $75,000 lighter in the wallet. But ask him about his floundering team’s future, and he’s all rainbows and lollipops.
It’s amazing what a difference three weeks can make. Three weeks ago, the Jets were stumbling through a three game losing streak, Now, all of a sudden, the Jets find themselves just one game behind the Bills and Patriots for first place in the AFC East.
When you tune in to Sunday’s Jets-Bills game, you may want to keep a close eye on the outside linebacker who stands up at the edge of Mike Pettine’s 3-4 front. That would be Aaron Maybin.
The Bills (4-1) are the anti-Giants: they play smart, they play sound technique, they play through the whistle, they find a way to dodge bullets and – most of all, they don’t give away games.
New York Giants defensive coordinator Perry Fewell isn’t putting any extra emphasis on coming up with a gameplan for the Buffalo Bills this weekend.
With the Giants preparing to take on the Buffalo Bills this Sunday at MetLife Stadium, Al Dukes reached out to our old friend Ryan Fitzpatrick – who just happens to be the QB for the Bills.
The Giants hope they can stop the ringleader of a Bills offense affectionately labeled “Mis-Fitz.”
Buffalo Bills starting quarterback Ryan Fitzpatrick is questionable for Sunday’s season finale against the New York Jets because of a right knee injury.
With just two touchdowns, including one on a kickoff return, Bills rookie C.J. Spiller never anticipated the transition to the NFL would be so difficult after making the game look easy by scoring 51 times in four seasons at Clemson.
The Bills will get one more chance to prove themselves when they close out their season Sunday against the playoff-bound Jets.
A victory would clinch home-field advantage throughout the playoffs for the Patriots. A loss and a Jets win over the Bears would leave the AFC East title undecided until the final week of the regular season.
The Buffalo Bills remain on the rise, while the Miami Dolphins are headed nowhere fast. Ryan Fitzpatrick threw two touchdown passes Sunday for the resurgent Bills, who won 17-14 to eliminate Miami from the AFC playoff race.