The Buffalo Bills playoff chances are still alive after a dominating 38-3 victory over the last place New York Jets. In their two games between each other, the Bills have outscored Rex Ryan’s squad 81-26. If that doesn’t get Rex Ryan and the Giants front office fired, then I don’t know what will.
The city of Detroit opened their arms to this Bills team, making them feel right at home. They even painted the Bills logo at midfield. From the beginning of the game, the Bills were the dominant team. The Jets were forced to go three and out on their first two possessions. The Bills kicked off the scoring with a 7 yard touchdown pass to Robert Woods from Kyle Orton. The second year wide receiver from USC had a career game catching 9 passes for 118 yards, the touchdown, and an impressive catch that had twitter buzzing. The Jets kicked their lone field goal in the first quarter, and they could have just ended the game there. In the second quarter, Scott Chandler caught a 19 yard touchdown pass and had a celebration that will forever be remembered by Bills fans.
In the second half, it was all Bills. Dan Carpenter connected on a 53 yard field goal with no laser pointer in his eyes, and then Boobie Dixon blocked a punt and Manny Lawson jumped on the ball in the end zone resulting in a special teams touchdown. Just two minutes later, Fred Jackson ran it in from five yards out. Dixon closed out the scoring with a 30 yard run to give the Bills their 38 points.
The Bills will play at the Ralph this Sunday against the Cleveland Browns who enter with a 7-4 record. The Bills are currently in 11th place in the AFC. Lets say the Bills win and move to 7-5. They then travel to Denver to take on the Broncos, and then return home for a match up with Aaron Rodgers and the Green Bay Packers. The Bills end the season on the road, with a week 15 match up in Oakland, and then the trip to Foxboro to take on Tom Brady and the Patriots. I see one, maybe two wins in those last four games, so if the Bills want a chance, Sunday is a must win.
What is your prediction for Sunday?