Jets Beat Bills In Toronto, 19-13

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Jets Beat Bills In Toronto, 19-13

The New York Jets beat the Buffalo Bills in Toronto to keep their slim playoff hopes alive and get back to .500. QB Mark Sanchez left the game in the 3rd quarter with a knee injury and did not return. It was the defense, however, that won this game for the Gang Green. The Bills were limited to just 194 yards of total offense and only 71 passing yards. DE Shaun Ellis and CB Darrelle Revis came up with huge plays at the end of the fourth quarter to kill Buffalo's last hope to win this game.

Darrelle Revis was the star of the game, limiting WR Terrell Owens to just 3 catches for 31 yards and defending 5 passes. Revis also sealed the game for the Jets when he intercepted a deep pass to Owens late in the fourth quarter.

Running game was dominant against the Bills once again - 249 yards, including 109 yards on 23 carries by RB Thomas Jones.

After the game head coach Rex Ryan criticized Mark Sanchez for being "reckless" and endangering his career by going face first instead of sliding down on the play where Sanchez got injured. Sanchez will have an MRI tomorrow but Ryan thinks that rookie quarterback will be ready to play in the next game.

The Jets are 6-6 and will face the Buccaneers (1-10) on December 13th in Tampa.

Tags: mark sanchez, thomas jones, shaun ellis, darrelle revis


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