Found December 31, 2012 on Sports Blog Net:
The Buffalo Bills (6-10) beat the New York Jets (6-10) 28-9, today at Ralph Wilson Stadium from Buffalo, NY. The season has to come to an end for the New York Jets as they finish the year at 6-10 and they regress even far back than last year. They had no shot of winning this game, when you realised as a Jets fan that this team current team doesn't have it all together on offense and defense. It's going to be a long offseason for Jets owner Woody Johnson who has a of descision making to come on personal like GM Mike Tannenbaum, HC Rex Ryan, OC Tony Sparano and DC Mike Pettine. Also, what do they with quarterback's Mark Sanchez and Tim Tebow as well. My guess is they will cut Tim Tebow and keep Mark Sanchez because of the hefty contract they gave him back in the offseason. Game Stats: Passing Mark Sanchez may have made his last start or not with the Jets as he went 17 for 35 with 205 passing yards, one INT and fumbled. Rushing Shonn Greene reaches over 1,013 rushing yards on the season and overall he had 19 carries for 74 rushing yards. Bilal Powell had 12 carries for 56 rushing yards. Receiving Jeremy Kerley caught 3 passes for 88 yards. Braylon Edwards made his first start of the season by getting 4 catches for 42 yards. Jeff Cumberland made 3 receptions for 36 yards. Special Teams Nick Folk went 3 for 4 on field goals as he scored all the points for the Jets in this game. Defense Mike DeVito had had 3 tackles and forced a fumble. Yeremiah Bell had 4 tackles and recovered a fumble. Bart Scott may have played his last game as a Jet had 6 tackles. David Harris had 5 tackles. Total Stats The Jets offense had 19 first downs, 332 total yards, went 7 for 17 on 3rd down conversions, went 0 for 3 in the redzone, commited two turnovers and scored only 9 points. The Jets defense held the Bills offense to 16 first downs, 334 total yards, allowed the Bills to convert 7 out 15 on 3rd downs and gave up 28 points. Final Thoughts There will be a lot evaluating for the Jets starting tomorrow where they may likely fire GM Mike Tannenbaum and OC Tony Sparano. The only two questions remain is that wiill Rex Ryan be back and who will be the starting QB for the 2013 campaign? We will find out sooner than later. Happy New Year!  

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