Fitzpatrick TD to
Jets Trailing 13-0, 2nd Quarter
2nd and 8 from the BUF 17
The Bills show pressure at the line and Brandon Marshall immediately makes a hand gesture to his quarterback. Marshall sees all that he has between himself and TD No. 14 is Mario Butler.
Harrison FF/Revis FR
Jets Trailing 16-7, 3rd Quarter
2nd and 4 from BUF 26
In their base 3-4 look, the Jets face a big Bills package as the home team lines up 7 at the line.
Ryan Fitzpatrick TD to
Jets Trailing 19-10, 3rd Quarter
3rd and 10 from BUF 21
A familiar look for both Chan Gailey and Rex Ryan as the Jets spread the field and the Bills show pressure. The Bills are in dime and CB Nickell Robey is attempting to play mind games with Fitzpatrick. He charges the line, retreats and then finally comes off the edge. Meanwhile Eric Decker has a free release off the line and he and Fitzpatrick use a sudden hesitation to make S Corey Graham bite early. Fitz, who picks up a nice block from RG
Discipline on Defense
Jets Trailing 19-17, 3rd Quarter
3rd and 2 on BUF 26
On a day the Jets struggled on third down, they played fantastic defense here to end the 3rd stanza. The box is stacked and Darrelle Revis is singled up with Sammy Watkins. Tyrod Taylor takes the snap under center and pitches right to Boobie Dixon. As Dixon takes a jaunt and surveys the landscape,
Marshall Attack & Finish
Jets Trailing 19-14, 4th Quarter
2nd and 4 from the NYJ 34
This play symbolizes the kind of season Brandon Marshall had. With a 4-WR set, Marshall lines up by himself outside the numbers to Fitzpatrick’s right. Respecting Marshall, Mario Butler gives him plenty of space off the line and the threat of Marshall going vertical puts the Bills CB in scramble mode. He falls when he turns on the brakes and Marshall – who established a new franchise-record with 10 100-yard games in 2015 – comes back for the football, catches it with his hands and then turns up the field for further damage. Marshall picks up 7 of his franchise-best 1,502 receiving yards after the reception.