That was quick. And surprising.
The Bills threw an 84-yard touchdown pass on their third play of Thursday night’s game. Marquise Goodwin beat Jets cornerback Darrelle Revis along the sideline, and Tyrod Taylor’s pass floated right into Goodwin’s chest. It was off to the races from there, and Goodwin can fly.
So, it’s 7-3, Bills, about 10 minutes in. The Jets chewed up 8:19 on the game’s first drive.
The 84-yarder was the longest touchdown pass in a home game in Bills history. The Bills only had 95 passing yards in their first game of the season, a loss at Baltimore.