Quick All-22 Film Review - Buffalo Bills

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Final week of the NFL regular season puts the Jets (6-9) up against their divisional rival Buffalo Bills (5-10) for the right to a better draft position.  That’s essentially the ONLY thing at stake here in this game as both teams have already been eliminated from the playoffs and both teams are essentially counting down the snaps until the offseason, an offseason that will undoubtedly see noticeable changes from both teams.

Jets and Bills will clash for the final time in the 2012 NFL season.

I digress as there IS a final game to be played and we here at the JetPress will treat it as business as usual.  This week’s All-22 review will BRIEFLY focus on the Bills/Dolphins game of week 15 and highlight just what the Jets can look forward to this week in their 2nd matchup vs the Bills.  It was a game that saw the Bills rush for 154 yards and saw CJ Spiller rush for 138 of those 154 yards, not bad but not effective considering the Bills still lost as their passing game and defense didnt do much to help them.

Lets get right to it….

The drive we’re referencing here today starts at the top of the 4th Quarter for the Bills as they have the ball in their own territory.  After a few small plays and a penalty we begin the drive:

3rd and 13 at the Bills 28 yard line……Bills come out in Shotgun Formation with the WRs in Spread formation.

Notice how Graham gets past the defender within 2 steps thus giving Fitzpatrick more than enough room for the on target throw. Graham makes a great attempt to get free, garnering separation and making the great 41 yard catch.

1st and 10 at the Dolphins 31 yard line, Bills once again come out in Shotgun Spread Formation…..

Notice how Johnson gets the defender to over pursue thus allowing Fitzpatrick more than enough room to hit Stevie Johnson on the curl route for 11 yards.

After 2 incomplete passes, 1 offensive penalty and 2 plays (run and pass) totaling 13 yards it’s 2nd and 2 at the Dolphins 2 yard line….

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