Bills WR Robert Woods had a career day against the Jets defense in a 38-3 win.
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The Buffalo Bills defeated the New York Jets 38-3 in a special Monday night game after the Bills were forced to move to a different stadium for their home game.
With over 7 feet of snow in Orchard Park, New York – the home of the Bills’ Ralph Wilson Stadium – the Bills were forced to relocate to Ford Field in Detroit for their home game. Despite missing several days of practice, the team appeared unaffected on the field.
After taking the lead in the first quarter on a TD pass from QB Kyle Orton to WR Robert Woods, the Bills never gave up the lead. The Jets got into the Redzone and scored a FG from Nick Folk, but that would be the only time in the game the Jets would get there, and would not score for the rest of the game. In the second quarter, with less than a minute left in the half, Orton threw another TD pass to Scott Chandler, giving the Bills a 14-3 lead going into the half.
In the second half the Bills turned the game into a blowout, first by blocking a punt from Jets punter Ryan Quigley in the endzone and getting a TD. RBs Fred Jackson and Boobie Dixon tacked on a pair of rushing TDs to give the Bills their 38-3 lead and the game.
With the win the Bills move to 6-5, matching their win total from each of the last three seasons. They are three games out of first place in the AFC East, but only one game out of the wildcard standings. The Bills next game will be against the Cleveland Browns.
With the loss the Jets fall to 2-9, mathematically eliminating them from playoff contention and giving their fourth straight year without a trip to the playoffs. The Jets next play against the Miami Dolphins on Monday Night Football.