Jets get off to familiar troublesome start in loss to Bills

Jets get off to familiar troublesome start in loss to Bills

ORCHARD PARK, N.Y. (AP) — New season, same old Jets. New York’s Sam Darnold-led offense got off to familiar troublesome start in a season-opening 27-17 loss at the Buffalo Bills. Darnold finished the first half completing 8 of 18 attempts for 86 yards — 64 of them coming on the final drive. It was an outing in which coach Adam Gase described as about as bad a start offensively as they could’ve had. New York’s retooled offensive line gave up three sacks. The ground game finished with 53 yards rushing, and finished without Le’Veon Bell, who did not return due to a hamstring injury.

 

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