The Jets have now allowed at least 30 points in each of their last four games and have won one of those four. Meanwhile, the Bills rebounded from their six-point outing against the Jacksonville Jaguars last week, as the offense accounted for six touchdowns.
Click here for more PFF tools:
Josh Allen dominated the Jets' defense to the tune of 13.1 yards per attempt. He was almost perfect throwing the ball down the field.
Josh Allen: Passing by target depth
The Bills still had trouble running the football (or even calling a running play), with their running backs managing just 11 rushing attempts for 69 yards during the first three quarters. Devin Singletary and Zack Moss each handled five carries, with Singletary going for 38 yards and Moss going for 16.
Wide Receivers/Tight Ends
Diggs racked up 162 yards on 13 targets. He caught eight passes in total, with six going for first downs.
Davis was the big-play threat. He caught all three of his targets for 105 yards and went 2-for-2 in contested scenarios.
It was a monster day for Ed Oliver, who came up with four pressures and three quarterback hits without a sack. He was one of six linemen who had multiple pressures.
A.J. Klein produced three tackles for loss against the run. However, he was singled out in coverage, giving up six catches on eight targets for 85 yards.
Mike White threw four interceptions, with two of them coming from a clean pocket. His clean-pocket passing left a lot to be desired, but he was pressured on over two-thirds of his dropbacks — where he was even worse.
Michael Carter was the focal point of the running game and received 16 carries for 39 yards, with 29 of them coming after contact. He averaged 0.6 yards before contact per attempt. He also caught four of his six targets for 43 yards, with 45 coming after the catch.
Wide Receivers/Tight Ends
Corey Davis tallied five catches on seven targets for 93 yards, with four going for first downs.
Even though the offensive line wasn’t charged with a sack, they combined to allow six hurries, five hits and 11 pressures. Greg Van Roten led the team in pressures allowed, with three.
The linebackers were credited with just one positively graded play against the run on first review. They weren’t targeted much through the air, with C.J. Mosley being the most-targeted player. Mosley allowed two catches for 16 yards and a first down on three targets.
Six players allowed more than 30 yards in coverage, with Brandin Echols allowing 90 yards on four catches that all went for first downs. Michael Carter II allowed 80% of the throws in coverage to be caught, as he allowed four catches on five targets for 53 yards.