Ryan Fitzpatrick in his last five outings against the Jets might have a completion percentage of less than 50% (72-145, 49.7%), but his last outing is what counts most and his numbers in that game are encouraging.
Fitz in the Week 12 game at MetLife stadium last season were as follows.
26-39 passing (66.7%) for 264 yards and 3 TDs with a 111.5 passer rating.
New York’s pass defense has only changed in the middle of the field with the additions of safeties LaRon Landry and Yeremiah Bell and with top pick DE Quinton Coples.
Fitz thrived with a short passing game and worked the middle of the field well with Scott Chandler and David Nelson, who combined for 11 catches for 97 yards and a touchdown.
The Bills were a respectable 40% on 3rd down conversions (6-15) against one of the more formidable third down defenses in the Jets, especially in their own building and they did it without Fred Jackson and Eric Wood.
Tags: AFC East, Bills-Jets, David Nelson, Ryan Fitzpatrick, Scott Chandler
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