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them. brian winters, nick man gold. everybody with a -- mangold. everybody with a good block. i'm looking at that buffalo defensive front, hey, they're worn out. they've been on the field a lot. they're not deep. the defensive linemen. and it shows out there on the field. jim: extra point is good. the jets are up 37-24. three rush touchdowns on the evening by forte, which ties his career high. and frustration setting in here in buffalo. oh! "boop" wings? hot wings, cooked fresh in our deli, $5.98 per pound.
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jim: 3:57 to play. the bills have two time-outs. that's mccoy. had the first down one time, maybe he earned it a second time. they give him nine actually. no, they move the chains. couldn't pull it down. charles clay. got a double-header coming your way on cbs on sunday early. how about cincinnati at pittsburgh? wow.
indianapolis at denver, the main national double-header game. we'll be in denver for that one. j.b. and all the crew. boomer, coach cowher, tony, bart scott. we'll be there for the nfl today to get it all started at noon eastern time. the throw is caught by sal 80's -- salas for a first down. phil: and the jets backing up a little. playing soft, playing the c, up two scores. jim: throw mccoy and the clock stops at 2:54. and they've got the ball on the jets' side of the field. phil: got two time-outs left still and you know what happens
pass rushers get tired. that time they rushed three. they were spying tyrod taylor to make sure he doesn't run out of the pocket. and you play safe on defense. that's what you're supposed to do. you have a defensive line that we've bragged about. you're hoping one of them will win a one-on-one battle and stop the drive. jim: first down catch, salas. i'm not saying they're going to get there, but if the situation arises, if the position, they score a touchdown here, the jets, it's conceivable, would rue the decision not to go for two. because at this point, you know -- 12 or 13 makes no difference. from the 42, a new set of downs and salas is tossed down by marcus williams. and that's a gain of only four
phil: yeah, this is just an offense that doesn't move at a fast pace so situations like this are tough and look at all the time that's run off and they're not going to get the play off before the two-minute warning. jim: that's poor management there. phil: a problem this offense has had now for a long time. stop. with that box, you'll be the first to win playstation vr. "player one." humanity becomes so plugged in... we never see them coming. that's why i was sent back to stop you - [slrrrrrp] oh, hey, i won! right. the future of gaming starts at taco bell. grab any $5 box and you could be one of the first to win playstation vr.
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jim: two minutes remaining, the bills did not operate with any usually si on the 14 seconds before the two-minute warning. here they come with a keep by taylor, down to the again, they need to get things moving. phil: good job that time. they went with the pass rush. nobody was in there to spy on tay rod taylor so good job by him. jim: he snags it, he's out of bounds is clay. the jets have lost the last five
were two games with the score of 22-17 in the entire league and they were both buffalo victories over the jets. sammy watkins hasn't been out there. this is the first snap in the red zone all night long for the bills. they had the two long touchdowns. to the end zone, knocked down beautifully by skrine denying salas. firstp red zone comes with 1:30 to go in the game. phil: skrine, number 41 in the middle. quarterback breaks the pocket. he keeps outside leverage, he sees, turns, makes the play.
jim: they say he's down at the one. phil: got a fight going on in back by the line of scrimmage. jim: that's a touchdown. that might be a touchdown if they review it. phil: inside of two minutes. jim: now before the snap they stop it. referee: we will review the ruling on the field. watch what gillislee does here. the forearm never touches.
hand, doesn't look like the forearm hits the ground. jim: they're going to have to put some time back on the clock. phil: yeah, they'll go back, see when he scored, put the time back on the clock. jim: they just screen here. phil: yeah, i keep looking at his left forearm to see if it hit the ground. it did not. well, i think if you told the buffalo bills, hey, you have to score 31 tonight, what do you think? jim: it's like if you would have told them last week you're going to hold the ravens to only 13 points what do you think? phil: good point.
gillislee. referee: it was a touchdown on the play. the wrist is considered part of the hand. the runner was there before knocked down by contact after the ball crossed the plane. reset the clock to 1:17. it was 1:1 on the clock when the touchdown was jim: so 29 second added. taylor's third touchdown pass ties a career high. to trim to it six.
the jets not doing for two, will that loom large? kick is good. so an onside kick the coming up. let's get jay feely, who one time played for the jets and rex ryan, what are they going to do? jay: the bills are the only team in the nfl that have a kickoff specialist, gordon gay but he is unactive tonight. carpenter is going to try to hit an onside kick where he drive the high hop, run underneath and get the ball at 11 yards. phil: all right, sound pretty sure about that, jay. i think you must have talked to them before the game and found out if they came to this situation. jim: coming up after the game, the mazda postgame show with interviews, analysis, and
postgame show. one of those out there for the bills is the man who just scored the touchdown with that great effort to keep his balance, not go down. can you bring up steve tasker for one play? phil: great special teamer. he's probably in the crowd somewhere. jim: hi is here. i saw him before the game. here comes carpenter. up and marshall makes the catch. right into the hands of brandon marshall. still got two time-outs. but did exactly what jay feely said stherp going to do except
so none of the kickoff people could get there quick enough. on a night when the jets wide receiver starred as did their quarterback. as did matt forte. forte. the quick time-out with 1:10. coming up again, "the mazda postgame show." and then we'll hear after the game all the expert analysis with the highlights of this one. there were a lot of highlights in this one. phil: a lot of big plays. buffalo, that's what kept them
the long pass to goodwin. the fumble recovery that they ran back for a touchdown. the jets, though, their offense. couldn't stop them all night. jim: one more time-out for the bills. forte. driving, three, which is going to put him right on 100. they're going to have a 100-yard rusher who scored three times and two wideouts who went over 100 and decker caught a touchdown as well. so there's the last time-out with 1:03 to go. phil: they're going to be definitely inside of 20 seconds
if they stop them here. jim: ryan fitzpatrick trying to complete what i know would be one of his sweetest victories, coming back to buffalo, where he was the starter for three years. phil: chan gailey, the offensive coordinator. jim: huge for him. former head coach here. phil: ryan fitzpatrick, of course the tough loss last week. there's chan gailey right i jim: third and 5. the bills to have even the faintest of hopes have to make a stop here. forte. they say no gain. he almost lost his 100.
seconds. when they snap the football and they'll take a time-out right before that. phil: they're going to let the clock run out, take the five yards -- no, he calls a time-out. that makes sense, keep the field as short as possible so when you punt it, in -- if it is in play, your guys can get there quicker. it's amazing, though, you look at the score, so many outstanding nights by the new york jets. now, hey, we talked up that defensive line. they did not get to the quarterback or they were not the force we thought they would be
they were -- they were hot from the first series, made some tough plays, picked up some big first downs and kept it going the whole game. jim: see if they can put any pressure on the punter here. rookie punter. gets it away. and a fair catch signaled. tate ath to go. well, they got an 4-yard touchdown in the first quarter. now all they need is 5 yards. phil: sammy watkins not out there but i want to go what we just talked about with rex ryan.
over. but he shook his head and say oh, i can't imagine. phil: the bills host arizona then play at new england. knocked down and the jets have won it. good wib looked to be hurt on that last play. concerning for the bills fan that is watkins couldn'tve -- fans that watkins couldn't even finish. todd bowles and the jets now. they will be going to kansas city next week. phil: that's always a tough place to play but you know what, all they're thinking about now is we got that first victory, and the fact that, you know, you could see it.
the edge on todd bowles and the players, the fact that they let what they think that game get away from them last week. to be in a tough situation here tonight when they're dominating physically again and they hung in there and their offense bailed them out. by just making so many plays to the wide receivers. jim: that offense added -- has a lot of good things going for it with a pair of six-point loss is. phil: that's tough t-bills undermanned, missing some key players. jim: here's a guy that's been an x factor for them. you saw enunwa for a moment. decker who led them in receiving yards with 126. phil: big thing for the bills, they have to find a way to get a
defensive backs and let them show their attendant. -- talent. tracy: ryan, congratulations. 370 yards passing. how were you able to do it against this secondary? >> we had a lot of guys step up today. it started with enunwa making some great catches. but we have a lot of playmakers on this offense and like i said the other day it's my job to spread it around and keep them happy. tracy: how scary was it when yo saw brandon marshall go down? >> scary. didn't look good. he's at tough as they come. seeing him on the ground isn't a good thing but it was a relief for me when he walked back into that haadle -- huddle. tracy: it's sweet for you to get this victory after last year, what happened with the bills. a big win now to be 1-1. >> a big win for our team, especially after coming out at halftime and losing the lead.
can wrong grow from that tracy: jim? jim: he was sensational tonight. 256 days ago he walked off this field after the flower three picks in the fourth quarter. he stood in there with all the interviews after the game and said my heart hurts so bad right now for all those guys in this locker room. on this night, he's on top of the world. one of his best games ever. 3 4, leading the jets tth victory. coming up next is the "the mazda postgame show." we'll be back with more after this. ? ? ?
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>> welcome to "the mazda postgame show." rich: brandon marshall coming off of a 100-yard catching performance about to join our set on the "the mazda postgame show." eric decker, 100 yards as well. matt forte, 100 yards rushing as the and the buffalo bills. first time in the last six tries that per able to do that. welcome to the "the mazda postgame show." i am rich eisen along with marshall faulk, steve mariucci and michael irvin. we'll get brandon marshall but in the meantime you'll have to enjoy our analysis and michael
tune in away. michael: i just said it. etune in away. rich: he was almost the third 100-yard receiver for the jets tonight. michael: he got that thing started. it was almost as if brandon marshall and eric decker said oh, my god, we better out -- get out here and start doing something because our jobs get in jeopardy. steve: what's the michael: etune in away. come on, marshall, stop that. steve: your new york jets are a talented team. not just on offense. not just on offense, they have triplets plus. but their defense in front, gang busters. marshall: etune in way and the brandon marshall addition, it frees up the other two guys. rich: the bills fall to 0- and
rough night for the bills in the end. brandon marshall is about to join us but let's send it back to buffalo. jim nantz, phil simms, take it away. jim: thank you, rich and we've had a chance to see the jets the first two weeks of the season. what do you say about the jets, about this team and what's possible for them this season? phil: i think when we saw them or talked about them last week i thought they had a chance to be a really good football team. i just asked about the jets and you said i think they can be really good, special. jim: both side. both side of the lionel. phil: they have a good system but they have stars. guys that can make plays and a lot of them on each side of the ball. that gives you a chance in this league. their defense didn't have a great night but their offense was greet great. the receiving corps, just like ryan fitzpatrick said, it's deep
there and they're very tough to defend. jim: and then reading everything leading into the week one game against cincinnati. everyone talking about matt forte. he had a little bit of a hamstring issue and people were saying over and over, he's 30 years old, going to turn 31 during the season in december. maybe he's too old. he looks pretty fresh. phil: yeah, he does. todd bowles knows how players through training camps. they made a great deal. chris ivy -- ivory did a great job for them last year but forte is a perfect fit for this offense. jim: the bills 0-2 now. huge disappointment, losing the home opener. had that streak against the jets. they had some plays. 84 yards, a fumble return for a
game was not that close at times. phil: the bills have to do more on offense. they're not going to be able to droll co-control the football the way they did at times last year. tyrod taylor has to drop back and throw more to get completions. jim: we're off to denver for the broncos on sunday afternoon and don't forget, next thursday night, houston at new england. night, houston at new england. looking forward to that one. exep on the west coast then don't miss the late show with steven colbert followed by "the late late show" with james corden. tonight only cbs. 37-31, jets take it behind fitzpatrick's 374 yards passing and forte's 100 yards on the ground and three touchdowns. for more football, "the mazda postgame show" continues on nfl network. for phil, jay, and tracy, jim nantz saying so long from
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