1. LIMIT ALLEN’S EXPLOSIVE GAMES
During the first meeting against the Bills, the Jets were able to limit the explosive plays of QB Josh Allen, mainly in the air. If they want to succeed a second time, Gang Green will have to replicate the pressure they had in the first game.
The Jets fired him five times last month and moving back to Allen, especially on first downs, could limit the Bills’ options in third down situations.
2. QUICK START FROM WHITE, OFFENSE
Against the Vikings last week, Jets QB Mike White and the offense only found their footing when the team lost 20-3 in the second quarter. That can’t happen against the Bills, who have a much better defense and an offense that will make you pay if you can’t stay on the court.
The Jets need to advance Garrett Wilson in the first half. Against the Vikings, Wilson recorded eight catches for 162 yards. Corey Davis also had five receptions for 85 yards.
The Jets can’t fall into a deep deficit in a game like this on the road. That’s why the team needs the Whites from the second half against the Vikings, not the one who was inconsistent in the first half.
Gang Green also needs to run the ball like he did against the Bills before (174 yards).
3. CONVERT TO RED ZONE / 3RD DOWN
The Jets coaching staff may not think converting red-zone opportunities is a problem, but it has to be a focal point against a Bills defense that’s 10th in the NFL in yards allowed and fourth in points. allowed per game.
Gang Green was just 1 in 6 red zone chances against the Vikings. The team converted 3 of the 16 third conversions.
If you can’t move the chains on third downs and you can’t score inside the red zone, you can’t win. It’s as simple as that for the Jets.