An anemic New York Jets offense managed to hit paydirt once, but that was all for Zach Wilson and company in a 32-6 drubbing at the hands of the Buffalo Bills and interim offensive coordinator Joe Brady in Week 11.
Offensive spotlight: Josh Allen made one big-time throw and one turnover-worthy play, pending review. Bills receivers accounted for 196 yards after the catch, a significant chunk of Allen’s 275 passing yards.
Zach Wilson continued his shaky quarterback play, and Tim Boyle eventually relieved him with the game out of hand. The result was Garrett Wilson’s nine receiving yards somehow leading the Jets’ wide receiver room. Running back Breece Hall paced the team in that regard with 50 yards, and he forced two missed tackles as a receiver, pending review.
Defensive spotlight: In just his third game with the Bills, cornerback Rasul Douglas is on track to earn an elite PFF grade. He allowed no catches on four targets into his coverage, coming away with two interceptions in the process. He added a fumble recovery, as well.
Rookie spotlight: Dalton Kincaid continues to be a focal point of Buffalo’s offense, garnering eight targets. He caught six passes for 46 yards, with 22 yards coming after the catch. Jets first-round edge defender Will McDonald IV accounted for two quarterback pressures on just five pass-rush snaps, pending review, and made an excellent run stop.
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