Jets Vs. Bills Score: Live Updates, Game Tracker, Stats, Highlights, Analysis for Week 9 AFC East Game

All season, the Bills have mostly been able to overcome their penchant for turnovers. It happened again during the first half of Sunday’s game against the Jets. After throwing an interception on the Bills’ first drive, quarterback Josh Allen capped the trouble by rushing for two touchdowns, giving Buffalo a 14–10 lead at halftime.

Allen’s second touchdown run — a 36-yard jaunt that saw him go untouched after finding a gap on the left side of his offensive line — gave the Bills a 14-3 lead with 6:30 left until halftime. The Jets countered with their best drive of the half as Michael Carter’s six-yard touchdown run capped a 13-play, 75-yard drive. New York’s offense was sparked in the first half by rookie wideout Garrett Wilson, who caught six passes for 65 yards, including a 24-yard catch on the Jets’ final drive.

Allen threw for 163 yards and led both teams with 61 yards rushing in the first half. Usually, Allen caught five passes to Stefon Diggs for 93 yards that included three key grabs on the Bills’ second scoring drive. Allen’s interception came on a route aimed at tight end Dawson Knox deep in Jets territory. The pass was picked off by Jordan Whitehead, who had New York’s 13th forced turnover of the season. Instead, it is the 13th turnover of the election campaign bills.

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