1. PRESSURE JOSH ALLEN
When Josh Allen is pressured, he turns into a pumpkin. Under pressure, he completes just 44% of his passes (with seven INTs) and has a passer rating of 57. If you don’t pressure him, well, good luck (28 TDs vs. 8 picks, a 70% completion percentage and a passer rating of 103). It’s not something this Gang Green team does well (third worst in the NFL with pressure on just 22% of drop backs), but that’s the task on Sunday.
2. RUN THE ROCK
The Jets are facing the best pass defense in the NFL as the Bills are holding opponents to 172 passing yards per game. So if Jets offensive Mike LaFleur gets pass happy, the NFL needs to drug test him. Rely on the run game that’s produced 423 yards in the last two games. The Jets get lead rusher Michael Carter back from the concussion protocol, too. So no excuses.
3. STOP THE RUN
The last time the Jets played the Bills, they allowed 139 yards on the ground and lost 45-17. The Jets have no shot of pulling off the upset if they can’t stop the run. That’ll allow the Bills to pick their poison and keep the Jets defense off balance. Last week, the Jets almost pulled off the upset against the Bucs in part because they held Tampa to 62 yards on the ground.
Source: Berkshire mont