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November 19, 2023 at 7:58 PM EST Buffalo Bills, Bills

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A casual two interceptions and a fumble recovery for Rasul Douglas in this evening's Bills win. Above average.

Ed Oliver seemed to be one of the main Bills players involved in the tunnel skirmish. Micheal Clemons needed to be calmed down on the way into the locker room.

Bills extend their lead to 32-6 following a 50-yard field goal by Tyler Bass.

If the score holds, it would mark Buffalo’s fourth win by 24 or more points this season, breaking a tie with the Cowboys and Ravens for most in the NFL.

The Jets got another chance after Tim Boyle's interception was overturned by review, but he was sacked on the very next play.

Buffalo has sacked New York's quarterbacks five times today, tied for its second most in a game this season.

Buffalo’s defense began the year as a great turnover generator, posting 2-plus takeaways in four of the first five weeks. Things have gone south since then. In Weeks 6 to 10, the Bills tallied only two takeaways.

Buffalo has now forced three takeaways in this matchup and would have had a scoop and score had it not been for a very fortunate down by contact ruling (and correct, as shown by CBS rules analyst Gene Steratore).

Jets backup quarterback Tim Boyle is in the game for Zach Wilson. Wilson is 7-of-15 passing for 81 yards, one touchdown and one interception.


Jets bench QB Zach Wilson for Tim Boyle as offense flounders vs. Bills

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With his third touchdown pass of the day, Bills quarterback Josh Allen now has 205 combined passing and rushing touchdowns in his career.

That breaks Patrick Mahomes’ record (204 from 2017-22) for the most combined passing and rushing touchdowns by any player in his first six seasons in NFL history.

Josh Allen is no stranger to scoring 20-plus fantasy points. He's now done so on eight occasions this season, but today’s 20-plus point game is only the second time Allen has done this without posting a rushing touchdown.

Doing this against a New York Jets pass defense and pass rush that were both arguably the best in the league over the past month speaks volumes for his talent level.

Josh Allen just sprinted down the field full speed to celebrate with Khalil Shakir on the 81-yard touchdown.

The Bills extend their lead on a 28-yard catch-and-run by Ty Johnson on fourth down, the longest play from scrimmage by either team today.

Johnson entered the day with one touch all season (2-yard rush) and now has four touches for 41 yards in this game alone.

Concussion for Taron Johnson and a neck injury for Taylor Rapp. Per Tracy Wolfson, Rapp is in the locker room and did not go to the hospital.

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The Buffalo Bills didn't seem to have many upside fantasy scoring prospects given the difficulty of a matchup against the New York Jets. But the Bills have given fantasy managers plenty to be happy after the first two quarters of this game.

Buffalo running back James Cook racked up 14.4 PPR points on 11 scrimmage plays, while Dalton Kincaid’s 10.6 points give him five-straight games with 10-plus PPR points. Josh Allen hasn’t posted big numbers, but if he can double his 8.62 points from the first half, his fantasy managers should be satisfied with those results.

Stefon Diggs is the major disappointment for the Bills so far. He's posted only 1.4 points despite seeing five targets in the first half.

Breece Hall once again hasn’t let the Jets' offensive ineptitude slow his fantasy numbers down. He's notched scored 14.9 points on nine scrimmage plays.

Garrett Wilson has not been so fortunate. Despite facing a banged up Buffalo defense that has suffered even more injuries in this first half, Wilson has zero catches on only three targets in this contest.

Breece Hall paid homage to Colorado quarterback Shedeur Sanders' watch flex celebration. The celebration is not only a common sight by Sanders but also Colorado's opponents this year.

The Jets cut into the Bills’ lead on a 9-yard touchdown pass from Zach Wilson to Breece Hall. Down 16-6, New York attempted to go for two but the try was (wildly) unsuccessful.

The score was Hall’s second touchdown catch of the season.

Taylor Rapp and Taron Johnson collided on the play as both attempted to tackled Jets running back Breece Hall. While Johnson stood up and went to the locker room, Rapp had to be placed in an ambulance.

Rapp showed movement in his hands before being place in the ambulance.

Cornerback Taron Johnson jogged to the locker room and the ambulance is out for safety Taylor Rapp.

The Bills’ special teams unit is showing up in a big way today.