We’ve already told you about how well things went for the Jets on Sunday.
Now for something to worry about. Cornerback Darrelle Revis left the game after getting kicked in the head by linebacker Bart Scott while both were trying to make a tackle in the fourth quarter. He left the game and then left the field as the team likely began to evaluate the severity of the head injury. He’s being called questionable to return, but we’d guess he’s done for the afternoon. Revis had a pick in the first quarter to set up the first of many Jets touchdowns against the Bills and it’s hard to overstate how important he is to the team’s defense.
Revis and Scott were both trying to reel in C.J. Spiller, whose play stands out as the highlight of an otherwise miserable afternoon for the Bills. Spiller has 169 yards, including a 56-yard touchdown, in a performance that makes Fred Jackson’s injury a little easier to swallow.
The Bills took advantage of Revis’s absence to throw two touchdowns, which have closed the once enormous gap to a somewhat more respectable 41-28 with just under six minutes to play in the fourth quarter. Their chances of cutting it even further took a blow when a member of the Jets’ hands team fell on an onside kick.
That player? Tim Tebow. And you thought we couldn’t wedge his name into a post about Darrelle Revis.
UPDATE 4:43 p.m. ET: Rex Ryan said after the game that Revis looked fine, but that it is too early to make any final judgments on his health. The Jets followed up the onside kick recovery with a Shonn Greene touchdown run to make it a 48-28 win that very few people without the last name Ryan were predicting heading into the game.