The Bills’ new offensive coordinator, Joe Brady, has proven to be effective in his first game with the team. In their recent game against the Jets, Josh Allen threw three touchdown passes after Ken Dorsey was fired earlier in the week. This win ended a two-game losing streak for the Bills and brought their season record to 6-5.
Allen had a solid game overall, despite throwing an interception on a Hail Mary at the end of the first half. He completed 20-of-32 passes for 275 yards, including an impressive 81-yard touchdown pass to Khalil Shakir – the longest play from scrimmage in the league this year. The Bills also saw good rushing from James Cook and scored back-to-back touchdowns in the second half to secure their victory.
The Jets struggled throughout the game and eventually pulled quarterback Zach Wilson from it due to poor performance. Their first touchdown since Week Eight was an aberration in an otherwise dismal game. Concerns have been raised about their quarterback situation as Tim Boyle failed to bring any significant improvements to their game. Head coach Robert Saleh will face questions about which quarterback will start their next game against the Dolphins.
The trade deadline has already passed, leaving no solid upgrade available for the struggling Jets. The team may have to seek long-term solutions to their ongoing problems. For the Bills, things are looking up, although they may face challenges in their secondary against Philadelphia after losing several players to injuries in their last game. As they work towards another win next Sunday, they will need to make adjustments with some key players sidelined.
Overall, Brady’s impact on Allen has been positive so far, and this win should boost confidence for both him and his teammates as they prepare for a challenging Week 12 matchup against Philadelphia