Bills Blow Out Jets, 38-3

The Buffalo Bills moved to 2-0 at Ford Field and against the New York Jets in 2014. On Monday night, the Bills blew out the Jets 38-3.

Maybe the Buffalo Bills should limit their practices for the rest of the season. Either that or request that they play the New York Jets every week. 

The Bills bested the Jets in all three phases of the game on Monday and left Detroit with a 38-3 victory. The Bills moved to 2-0 when playing at Ford Field and swept the season series with the Jets.

Kyle Orton went 24-of-32 for 230 yards and two touchdowns. He used his golden wheels to pick up 10 yards rushing as well.

Fred Jackson and Anthony Dixon each scored rushing touchdowns for the Bills. Buffalo rushed for 116 yards on 29 carries (4.0 YPC). 

Dixon also made an impact on special teams. In the third quarter, Dixon blocked a Ryan Quigley punt. Manny Lawson recovered the ball in the end zone for a touchdown.

In the receiving game, Robert Woods had career highs in receptions (9) and yards (118). It was his first 100 yard receiving game in the NFL. He and Scott Chandler both added receiving touchdowns.

Defensively, the Bills swarmed the Jets all night long. Michael Vick and Geno Smith were sacked seven times by the Bills. Mario Williams and Jerry Hughes each had two sacks apiece and Ty Powell, Nickell Robey and Kyle Williams all chipped in with one. Vick and Smith combined to go 17-of-29 for 165 yards. Vick threw one interception to safety Duke Williams.

The Jets didn't have much success anywhere on the field. Chris Johnson led the Jets in rushing with 40 yards and Jeremy Kerley led their receivers with 66 yards on five receptions. The defense sacked Kyle Orton once during the game.

Buffalo had been struggling to score points leading up to the game, but they've come easy against New York this season. In their two games, the Bills have scored 81 points against the Jets.

The win moved the Bills to 6-5 on the season. They'll take on the Cleveland Browns in Week 13. 

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