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Jets-Bills: Fourth Quarter

Posted by Randy Lange on September 30, 2007 – 3:03 pm

Buffalo gets to the 27 with Marshawn Lynch continuing his impressive running. But Lynch doesn’t pick up the blitz well as Kerry Rhodes comes off the edge and Eric Barton barges up the middle. Trent Edwards isn’t sacked, but he gets swarmed under as his batted pass falls incomplete. Then Rian Lindell comes on to nail a 46-yard field goal and the Bills go back on top with 10:49 left.

Bills 10, Jets 7

Chad Pennington breaks his personal best with his 15th straight completion, to TE Joe Kowalewski for a yard, but then he breaks another stretch that is not good, throwing a pass for Laveranues Coles that CB Jabari Greer picks off. That ends Chad’s 115 straight passes without throwing a pick, and it sets the Bills up at the Jets 25 to take control of this tightly played contest

Lynch shows his quality by beating Jonathan Vilma to the edge and even getting Vilma’s hands momentarily on his facemask for first-and-goal at the Jets 9. Two more Lynch runs gets the Bills inside the 1.

But the Jets defense rises up for a stand, stopping Lynch for no gain with their six-down-linemen goal-line defense. Sione Pouha hits Lynch around the ankles, Eric Hicks pounds him upstairs. Buffalo appears to be ready to settle for another Lindell FG.

But after a Bills timeout, they’re going for it. Hey, they’re 0-3, they weren’t supposed to be in this game and they’re going for the kill shot. And for the Jets, this is certainly a key play either way in their early season.

Edwards fakes to Lynch, drops back and finds TE Michael Gaines just over the goal line. Despite Bryan Thomas putting on a big rush, Edwards throws his first career TD pass and Buffalo has now put the Jets two scores down with 6:56 on the clock.

Bills 17, Jets 7

Pennington, facing a three-man rush, throws three checkdown darts to Leon Washington for the first down and a move into Buffalo territory. A second Brick hold on Aaron Schobel pushes the visitors back to their side of the 50.

But then Pennington pumpfakes and gets Brad Smith open to the Buff 32. We’re under five minutes.

A play-action pass against a Bills blitz to Justin McCareins doesn’t fool CB Terrence McGee, who swats it away. Coles leaps and snags the first-down pass, then Washington, who had the first big play of his career here last year, weaves his way for 9 yards, and Pennington, sore ankle and all, keeps for the hurry-up first-and-goal. And another hurry-up handoff to Washington, who strides all the way to the end zone to make things interesting again. Nugent’s PAT with 3:02 on the clock makes it …

Bills 17, Jets 14

The Jets have only one timeout left, so after Nugent’s kickoff the defense has no wiggle room here. On the first run by Lynch, Bryan Thomas swallows him up after a 3-yard push to the 31. Then Josh Reed takes an end-around for 4 yards to the 35 and to the two-minute warning. Another big play as the Jets head toward the quarter pole.

Stop the offense and live to send this game to OT. Give up the first down and you’ve lost to the formerly winless Bills.

And the Jets defense survives. Edwards rolls out and tosses to Josh Reed, but Darrelle Revis is right there to pry the ball out as the two fall to the turf. Brian Moorman’s punt follows, Washington is bottled up on the return, so with 1:43 left, the Jets are at their 26, about 65 yards away from a tying Mike Nugent field goal try.

Pennington hits four passes, but the last three only get him to fourth-and-3. Who you gonna call? Chris Baker. Pennington calmly hits the TE on the right side, and he gets 6 yards and the first down and gets out of bounds.

But after an incomplete pass, the Jets are second-and-10 at their 49 with 17 seconds left. And then Cotchery, free on the right, gets 11 yards. Now there’s 11 seconds and the ball’s at the Bills’ 39. A 57-yard field goal to tie?

No, it won’t come to that. Pennington, having to unload, tries to find Justin McCareins at the right sideline, but he underthrows it, McCareins isn’t close enough to contest it, and the ball nestles in the breadbasket of Terrence McGee for the interception. One Edwards kneeldown and the battered, bruised Bills have their upset.

And the Jets have many questions ahead, today in the Ralph Wilson locker room and all throughout the week as they head toward their road game against their infrequent rivals, the Giants, next Sunday.


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58 Responses to “Jets-Bills: Fourth Quarter”

  1. By Frank on Sep 30, 2007 | Reply

    Pennington needs to look at his recievers instead of just “trusting” them. Thomas jones needs to learn to find cutback lanes, brad smith hasn’t done anything on offense, D’brickashaw is a horrible tackle, and Mangini is a worthless coach. Not to mention how bad the defense is. Were a 4-3 not a 3-4. AND WHY HAS NO ONE TRIED GETTING OUT OF BOUNDS WITH 6 MINUTES LEFT. Go jets, they make me sick

  2. By RR on Sep 30, 2007 | Reply

    Outcoached, outplayed, flat, no running game, no pass defense, no pass rush. These games are torture to watch. I can’t do it anymore. Every week 3 hours of disjointed depressing play. And all Mangini ism goingto say is “We have to continue to improve blah blah blah.” What were they thinking? The 3-4 doesn’t work, the offense is out of sync and uninspired. I’m not watching anymore.

  3. By sal on Sep 30, 2007 | Reply

    is it time for parcels yet, i see a waste of talent, didnt see a game plan, even if they make the playoffs, it will be tough, cuase no one will have any respect for this team, staff or players. pittifull

  4. By Tim on Sep 30, 2007 | Reply

    Can we get a quarterback that can throw harder than a 3rd grader? Touch passes are great for certain situations, but if that’s all you got, you are in trouble. The fact is, Pennington doesn’t have an arm and dump passes don’t win football games. With no threat of anything deep, defenses tear apart one dimensional teams; even defenses like Buffalo. Any chance we can get Matt Leinart back?

  5. By benjamin borer on Sep 30, 2007 | Reply

    This is enough! I have been a fan for 23 years. My family has had season tickets since my father was a child. Pennington needs to realize that he’s representing the best state in the country, & “Gang Green” wont stand for his performance any more. Everytime we get a chance to take the lead or win he chokes. Someone needs to explain to him that New Yorkers aren’t understanding, & change is needed

  6. By Cornal shakemybootie on Sep 30, 2007 | Reply

    i think the jets could have done a lot better. the jets arent doin good anyway, what are they, 1-3. just they really need to step it up. anyway J-E-T-S JETS JETS JETS!!!

  7. By viveca on Sep 30, 2007 | Reply

    All we have to look forward to now is a top five draft pick. Don’t bother to video tape us! We stink. Don’t tell me that I’m not a loyal fan. I have lived through more adversity than I care to remember. This was the final straw.

  8. By Barbara Campbell on Sep 30, 2007 | Reply

    I am a 53 year-old female Jets fan. My family have been season ticket-holders for over 40 years. I am sick of having my heart broken by this team. Exactly when can we expect the Jets to win? If we can’t beat an 0-3 team like Buffalo — who can we beat? Why is it that Kraft can put together a winning organization in Foxboro and Johnson can’t do the same in the largest city in the world?

  9. By BKLYNFAN on Sep 30, 2007 | Reply

    Ive been a jets fan most of my life. Today was tough to watch. I love Chad–he is smart, tough and a winner. But we can never go very far with him. I hate to say it, but we need someone who can really throw the rock, someone to make a threat. I think it’s time for Clemens, for the offense sake. The defense, thats another story.

  10. By dougmc on Sep 30, 2007 | Reply

    Horrible interceptions… was he trying to get an interference call? With the talent of the skill players this is inexcusable. When they go into 2 minute they move the ball and score, except for missed field goal. They must have 10 razzle-dazzle plays for every situation… just run some slants, out and ups, post-corners or some in patterns and just get yardage that backs up the D. Going 8-8 if…

  11. By jetslove on Sep 30, 2007 | Reply

    I have to say that Leon Washington is a playmaker.. We need more of him and less of thomas Jones. If they were doing handoffs to Leon Washington the whole game and not ust towards the end.. we would have had a WIN!

  12. By Brian Krysz on Sep 30, 2007 | Reply

    Is Herman Edwards back coaching this team ? They add 1 player from last years team and lose Kendell and everyone expects this team to improve with a tougher schedule. Mangini looks like every other mediocre coach they ever had.

  13. By Joe on Sep 30, 2007 | Reply

    Chad gets a “pass” – despite the 2 picks, he played well enough to win. HOWEVER, the Defense gets out-schemed & out-coached every week. Do they need some new personnel? Sure, but very few teams don’t. The Jets are talented enough on D to do much better than this. They are totally underachieving on D and Sutton needs to be held accountable. What about it Eric?

  14. By Joe on Sep 30, 2007 | Reply

    While I wrote earlier that Cad gets a “pass” on this one, that’s certainly not how I feel about the offensive game plan. Brian was out-coached today, pure and simple. Thomas Jones gets less than 80 yards? Against that D?? We’re in for a LOOOOOOOOONG season Jets fans.

  15. By Drew on Sep 30, 2007 | Reply

    I find myself as a Jet fan thinking how can this continue to happen? Every year we have a game where I think we will go out and play down to a team we should beat (Cleveland 06) and THEY DO!!! This is a mess. I try and stay supportive but how can this continue. Still no pass rush, Still no shots down the field!! Any more dump offs to Leon in the game plan??Games like this ruin my whole day!

  16. By Drew on Sep 30, 2007 | Reply

    Can someone explain to me how a rookie QB has a field day when Lynch does little running the ball? Where are all of these schemes Mangini has to fool QB’s??? Has anyone seen the following players…EColeman,B Thomas, D-Rob, E Barton?? If we insist on playing the 3-4 we better get players who fit it… Has anyone seen the vaunted play-action??THROW THE BALL DOWN FIELD ONCE in a game.. PLEASE!

  17. By Joe on Sep 30, 2007 | Reply

    Anyone else notice how all the Jets’ receivers FIGHT for the ball when it’s in the air, with the exception of McCareins? I said it during training camp and several times since then … this guy should have been traded for WHATEVER they could have gotten – a 6th/7th round pick. While that game-ending pick was clearly on Chad, I would have at least liked to have seen an offensive penalty. OUCH!!!!!

  18. By Mr. green T on Sep 30, 2007 | Reply

    There is nothing good to say. Jets fans should get an apology. Randy please tell the players that effort is expected. If i was a Jet player, i would be embarressed to call my self a professional. Pure bush league!

  19. By RR on Sep 30, 2007 | Reply

    Pitiful. Flat and uninspired. There’s no worse crime in football then playing the way this team is playing. Out-coached and out-played. They look like they are playing in mud. Out of sync and ill-prepared. Every week they make some unknown look like a pro-bowler. I’ve had 35 years of disastrous football. I have had enough. If they don’t put in the effort to play why should I watch?

  20. By brad on Sep 30, 2007 | Reply

    This 3-4 defense is a painful to watch as Chad’s dink and dunk offense. Stay the corse Bob? what are we….. 2 years olds…. get a life.. We are TERRIBLE!

  21. By joe on Sep 30, 2007 | Reply

    This Jet defense is pathetic. Every time we face a young inexperienced QB they have a field day. We read all week about how the Jets defense is preparing. And then we have to watch this junk. I dont see 4 more games on our schedule that we can win. That will mean a 3-13 or 4-12 season. We were lucky to beat Miami. They ran & passed all over us. This team is one of the NFL worst.

  22. By evan on Sep 30, 2007 | Reply

    I am just so sad right now…

  23. By Jason on Sep 30, 2007 | Reply

    TERRIBLE! life long fan from Rochester. stop playing the 3-4 defense u cant do it. offensive coordinator just like dad to soft. these guys seem to be week and w/out passion like other teams, no heart, 6-10 at best and Chad will be gone unless someone steps up and plays like an NFL player should. Rich Kotite teams played harder than these guy’s. Mangini is no genius,right place at right time.

  24. By sal on Sep 30, 2007 | Reply

    I hope the team turns it around fast,, we could be looking @ 1-7 in a months time. Play like the fourth quarter for four quarters

  25. By josh mitchell on Sep 30, 2007 | Reply

    back to old nonchalant conservative playcalling, without a charge until buffalo scores.
    chad- 20 for 22 in 1st half and no points…..you kidding me

  26. By Darrell on Sep 30, 2007 | Reply

    Let the Kellen Clemens era begin. Enough is enough. The Bills were last in nearly every statistical category. We made ‘em look like champs. I hear Donnie Henderson is looking for work, maybe we should be sending him a plane ticket.

  27. By om saviitski on Sep 30, 2007 | Reply

    you cant win throwing 3yard passes and being coached by a ball boy

    (DECLINED: NAMECALLING)

  28. By troy on Sep 30, 2007 | Reply

    FLAT OUT SPEECHLESS….

  29. By Rob on Sep 30, 2007 | Reply

    I did not like the play calling on offense, we haven’t even tried one deep ball all season. Even if we try and don’t complete it, it give the defense a reason to back off a little. And execution of D-fence is horrible, don’t know if its the calls, players or schemes but they have to clean things up in practice.

    One thing I noticed, Vilma get pushed around on every play.

  30. By Dylan on Sep 30, 2007 | Reply

    I really feel that the Jets did not do enough this offseason to up their defense, they needed a bonified pass rusher, and didn’t get one, all they really added was a running back. And i love Chad but he has to start winning games no this team has to start wining otherwise Chads done gonna be done at the end of the season, and thats a shame!

  31. By Jeremy on Sep 30, 2007 | Reply

    FIRE SUTTON!!
    This Defense is pathetic!
    I’m embarrased to wear my Jets gear in public the way they are playing right now. You let a rookie Stanford quarterback making his NFL debut with a medicore offense at best have a field day on our defense? Get rid of Sutton and Robertson at NT he’s been nothing but a bust.

  32. By razmataz on Sep 30, 2007 | Reply

    Real jet fans saw this coming. chad is done can’t win anymore with his noodle arm/short dinks cause the DB’s are jumping the routes, its going to be a top 10 pick year let KC learn. OL solution is draft a LT move Brick to the RT, and aquire a LG($$$), we let Kendal go and OL in shambles. Did’nt need a rocket scientist to know we needed a 350lb NT, surprise is poor play of LBs, DBs, RBs special t

  33. By Dan on Sep 30, 2007 | Reply

    No pass rush. Trent Edwards had all day, just like every other QB we’ve played against. Eli has a chance to look like Peyton next week. 2 early sacks today, then absolutely zero pressure on the Bills QB. Where is the Mangenius? Sorry, but we need to beef up or switch to a 4-3. The O moved the ball…but we can improve the run game. Go to the 4-3 and let Vilma be Vilma for crying out loud!!!

  34. By evan` on Sep 30, 2007 | Reply

    People blaming Chad need to GET A CLUE. This loss was no one players fault, and certaintly not that players fault. You cant play top level every week, thats just a fact, but you need to still need to figure out a way to win. I put this on the coaches. The comments froms ‘fans’ are pathetic though.Stop touting how many years you have been a fan, and try being one now– through good and bad.

  35. By Howard on Sep 30, 2007 | Reply

    well we put a rookie 3rd round qb in the pro bowl today,fabulous.we had imagination on o last year not sure whats going on with schott.we ru to many stop type routes to the side lines or curls it seemed the first td drive when chad finally threw at least 10 yard crossing routes we moved the ball.and can we take a look at how to play d with a lead. give up nothing.even the short dumps were covered

  36. By Dunnie on Sep 30, 2007 | Reply

    PLAYOFFS ???? Are you kidding me … no shot now. The JETS just lost to the worst team … not in the AFC … in the NFL !!!! And they had a rookie QB and RB !!! I’m tired of excuses and turning a blind eye.

    Time to play for that early draft pick.

  37. By Dave B on Sep 30, 2007 | Reply

    Reading all these fans comments just shows how knowledgable these jet fans really are, however we are not paid the big bucks to make plays on sunday, its a shame how this team breaks the hearts of its fans, hopefully mangini will make some changes for the better and the players decide to make plays, or let us all SUFFER THROUGH SOMETHING LIKE A 6–10 SEASON…

  38. By Seth on Sep 30, 2007 | Reply

    The entire game two questions kept coming into my mind… why can’t the defense get pressure? And, why was Thomas Jones not being used? It just seemed there was no pass rush and they weren’t utilizing Thomas Jones at all. The offense looks consistent, bu shaky, and the defense doesn’t fit this 3-4 scheme, sorry.

  39. By cliff on Sep 30, 2007 | Reply

    The New York Jets are a very sorry bunch. Mangenius ??? is a joke. And the thought of some stupid Jet fan trying to sue the NE Patriots for ALLLL of the loses they have suffered at the hands of the Pats is just plain dumb. Mangenius had just as much to do with anything underhanded as he was Bill’s butt boy before Bill kicked him to the curb. J>E>T>S…SUCK SUCK SUCK

    (DECLINED: REPEATED OBSCENITY)

  40. By Jets1087 on Oct 1, 2007 | Reply

    Offense is fine, played well enough to win in all 4 games this year, except for when Clemens was in, wow that was brutal.

    Anyways, defense is killing us, not making any plays on Defense you will never win!!

    Damn we couldnt even stop a rookie QB & RB, so pathetic on D.

  41. By David Hubbard on Oct 1, 2007 | Reply

    How obvious can it be? The Jets will never establish an effective running game until they get a quarteback that can throw the ball down the field and upgrade the RT and RG positions. I still don’t understand why Kendall’s gone. The defense made Trent Edwards look like Johnny U. Where the heck is Bryan Thomas? Is there any player in the entire league more overpaid?

  42. By Rodrigo on Oct 1, 2007 | Reply

    This team is horrible. enough is enough. We just lost to one of the worst teams in the NFL. is t jones ever gonna learn this offense. the 3-4 is not working. chad is not working. ive been a jet fan for so long, im tiered of getting disappointed. If we cant handle an offense like the Bills, we have no chance against our next opponents. We barely beat miami. It really is looking like 1-7.

  43. By Vaughn on Oct 1, 2007 | Reply

    4 GAMES DOES NOT A SEASON MAKE.There are other great teams in this league that are 1-3; the Bears and Chargers just to name a few. Secondly, Pennington is the problem, the line is fine, but shouldn’t have to pass protect for 5 seconds every play because noodle arm is looking for the 5 yard option in front of him. He may be accurate but is not providing a passing threat obviously. Time for Clemens.

  44. By Ira on Oct 1, 2007 | Reply

    Randy, The only good thing was the weather and sun. Very disappointed about how the Jets played. There was no sense of urgency or fire all game. Too many mental and physical mistakes. They let the Bills set the tone of the game and the Jets played right into their hands. Give Edwards credit he played very well. They contained Lynch but had no answer for Edwards. 1-3 is a big hole to climb out of.

  45. By Brandon on Oct 1, 2007 | Reply

    I couldn’t agree with Ira more. The Jets have played with no sense of urgency all season. It seems to me like they play not to lose instead of playing to win. Although it doesn’t get much worse then losing to Buffalo we still can rebound and make a season out of this mess. Tough to do though when your defense plays with no heart.

  46. By TROY on Oct 1, 2007 | Reply

    no fire, no passion ,completly outcoached ,the game plan on both sides of the ball couldnt have been more less aggresive, the honeymoons over coach,you better start putting these players in better positions to win /utilizing our stenghs and exposing the other teams weakness,eric and his staff did none of that today and thats why a less talented undermaned bills.that rookie qb (who we made …cont.

  47. By troy on Oct 1, 2007 | Reply

    continue from last , look like jim kelly he should have looking up the whole game and if our corners are that slow that they need 15 yard cushions we need to find new corners.Chad looked rattled from the opening series,couldnt wait to hit that 3 yard out or dump off,its ashame were wasting away a ton of talent on both sides of the ball with bad gameplanning and scheming.i still watch,dont know why

  48. By Mr. green T on Oct 1, 2007 | Reply

    The Jets will be lucky to win another game this year. Miami should improve over the year. We have regressed. If they let Chad in next weeks game v. the Giants he’ll get killed. Put in Clemens, and give us a chance on offense. The defense has so many issues that we should keep them off the field as much as possible. Like maybe in the locker room.

  49. By Xavion on Oct 1, 2007 | Reply

    I am one of the biggest jets fans there is but watching the playing lately makes even me frustrated and start to lose hope. I mean something is worong here and honestly I think it is the coaching. I only got to see the second half of yesterdays game but was following the Score and stats on my phone. First off Our offense is Too talented to have not scored anypoints in the first half against buff..

  50. By Anonymous on Oct 1, 2007 | Reply

    Chad played well In my opinion. from the second half On I looked at the play calls. I think the Jets miss Martin more than anyone cares to admit. 12 rushes for 35 yards is not pretty at all and why does it seem the team is afraid to take shots down field why are there no calls down field we have great physical Wr that fight for balls if we trust coles to get jump balls in E.Z. Why not in open…

  51. By Xavion on Oct 1, 2007 | Reply

    field… Believe it or not chad can Make those throws He made them Last year and either he or the coaches dont have confidence in him. but if we are dinking and dunking then running what reason do opposing defenses have to back up their coverage? They can send half of their defnse if they know we wont throw deep. We need better off gameplanning… that brings me to defense… to be continued…

  52. By Xavion on Oct 1, 2007 | Reply

    The defense is playing too much of a bend but dont break def. sure other teams are putting up major yards but not that many points. the reason is because its seems all of sudden in the red zone teh d gets it. but thats not it.. what it is is that the offense has less room to work with an the cbs dont gove as much cushion allow the pressure to force incomplete passes. If our cbs press at los ….

  53. By Xavion on Oct 1, 2007 | Reply

    Our pressure from front seven will be more effective. plus it keeps the corners close in case of runs. Now Im not sure what the reason is that we back off of wr but I thought Revis was brought in to play physical. we have to jam at the line if we are so afraid of being beat deep drop the Safety’s back and use the LB’s for pressure “Im talking to you BT” But if you play off wr and blitz a safety..

  54. By Xavion on Oct 1, 2007 | Reply

    then when a Qb reads the D he knows to let it go quick and Our Db is so far off the wr has room to make the catch. Thats why we are so short on sacks and turn overs every one is playing their own game when every one should be playing the Jets Game. Football is the ultimate team sport No one player win games By himself. “Im Talking to you Brady Manning and LT” everyone needs a supporting cast…

  55. By Xavion on Oct 1, 2007 | Reply

    Sorry to post so much but I had to vent a bit that loss was soo frustrating and I would like to see this team turn around. its a roller coaster ride being a fan of the jets. 1 year good 1 year horrible and I enjoy every season at least seeing them compete. Even 2005 season. We had a good defense. Had we had chad and curt healthy the full season we’d have competed for division crown but 4-12..

  56. By Dave B on Oct 1, 2007 | Reply

    everyone wants the scrap the 3-4 D..robertson is over 300 pounds an gets knocked off the ball all game.and then Vilma who looks like a scrub can’t fill gaps, ellis is just ellis, nothing special?.lets not talk about #99 he’s so bad i forgot his name.Get Barrett out and show him how to get a chuck on a reciever.Chad P can’t get it deep..makes our offense a sitting duck!!can u say kellen clemens..

  57. By Dave B on Oct 2, 2007 | Reply

    I just had to comment on how Cotchery is praising the passing accuracy and touch on the ball of Chad Pennington,stating how he had such great numbers in Buffalo”HELL, HE WAS THROWING THE BALL FROM THE TOILET TO THE BATHROOM SINK, WE CAN’T BEAT NORTH BERGEN HIGH SCHOOL THROWING THE BALL LIKE THAT, BIG 4TH AND 1 IN THE FIRST QUARTER WAS TURNING POINT IN THE GAME, WE SHOULD HAVE WENT FOR IT,NO GUTS!!

  58. By ddh on Oct 4, 2007 | Reply

    sorry to say, we dont have a good enough o line for a great running game nor do we have a quarterback for a great passing game, chad will keep us near the top, but never over it, and its a westcoast O, not a teaspoon O.

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