In the first half of Sunday’s game against the Jets, the Bills were not able to provide an offensive performance that rivaled their previous games. However, they did manage to avoid the turnovers that had been plaguing them in recent weeks under offensive coordinator Ken Dorsey’s leadership. Running back James Cook scored a five-yard touchdown from Josh Allen, and the Bills opened up a comfortable 16-point lead with three field goals on their first three possessions. Despite missing a two-point conversion, the Jets were able to rally and narrow the Bills’ lead to 16-6 by halftime. The Jet’s score was set up by an 18-yard fake punt from punter Thomas Morstead, a roughing the passer penalty, and two other catches for 26 yards.
During Hall’s touchdown, Bills safety Taylor Rapp was injured and had to be taken off the field in an ambulance. However, he was able to move on his own as he was being taken away. The touchdown marked the only extended drive of the half for the Jets, who had just 28 yards and three first downs before that possession. This showed that the Bills have been having better success on offense so far this game.
Allen has thrown for 128 yards, one touchdown, and one interception on a Hail Mary at the end of the half and has thrown an interception in seven straight games. On defense, Jets safety Ashtyn Davis returned