5 takeaways from the Bills' 18-10 win over the Jets

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Takeaways from the Buffalo Bills' 18-10 win over the New York Jets in Week 7.
The Buffalo Bills are back to winning ways… albeit not in the prettiest manner.

The Bills won 18-10, but considering the manner of the victory and the opponent being the New York Jets, it was not the most confidence-building victory. Still… survive and advance, right?

With that, here are five takeaways from the Bills' win over the Jets:

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Bills kicker Tyler Bass. (AP Photo/John Minchillo)

Tyler Bass comeback szn… kind of

Oh boy, were things starting bad for Buffalo's rookie kicker in Tyler Bass. Part of it wasn't on him, though. To start the game, the Jets won the toss and elected to receive the ball instead of taking it at halftime. In doing so, the Jets offense looked… good. Moving the ball with ease, Buffalo's defense managed to hold them to a field goal (not on Bass).

Following that drive, the Bills offense came back out there and did the same, lined up an early field goal. But… Bass missed it by pulling it wide left from 45 yards. All things considered, Bass was already looking like an early scapegoat for the Bills.

But credit to where it's due. Bass then went and made four-straight kicks, finally…
Nick Wojton
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