The Bills opened the 2017 season with low expectations vs the New York Jets.
The Bills followed up those expectations with a interception throw by Tyrod Taylor on their first drive.
Encouraging to see before the interception was LeSean McCoy picking up a large sum of yards on a catch and run where he showed the elusiveness that’s he’s possessed his whole career.
The Bills defense on the other hand weren’t given much of a challenge by weak Jets offense, giving up only 6 points in the first half.
Former prominent RB Matt Forte was essentially a no show as was the Jets passing offense except a few passes to Jermaine Kearse.
The Bills continued their ground game dominance over the last few years while gaining over 100 yards on the ground between Taylor, McCoy and Mike Tolbert.
In the second half newcomer Jordan Poyer continued to make an impact that carried over from the first half when he intercepted a Josh McCown pass as the Jets neared the red zone.
The Bills effectively sealed the 21-12 win with a TD from Mike Tolbert early in the 4the Quarter a player who was a hand picked player from Head Coach Sean McDermott and GM Brandon Beane from the Carolina Panthers.
The Bills defensively didn’t generate much of of pass rush as Jerry Hughes and Shaw Lawson were fairly quiet, luckily the Jets offense didn’t put a fight up that requested the Bills defensive front services.
The game went as I excepted as the Bills weren’t challenged too much by a poor Jets team and gave Coach Sean McDermott his first career win.
The Bills currently stand atop on the AFC East as the lone victors in Week 1 in the division.
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