EJ Manuel and the Buffalo Bills were embarrassed in their first meeting with the Jets this season, losing 27-20. Manuel had one of his worst games of the season, upstaged by the Jets rookie quarterback Geno Smith. But what a turnaround in the rematch. 

Manuel completed 20 of 28 for 245 yards and a pair of touchdowns, including 34- and 43-yard touchdown passes to TJ Graham and Marquis Goodwin. Smith, on the other hand, had a rough day at the hands of the Bills defense. He was picked off three times, twice by Jairus Byrd, and lost a fumble. D'Norris Searcy returned one pick 34 yards for a touchdown. The Bills converted four turnovers into 17 points.

After the game Byrd said it was simply being in the right place at the right time.

With receivers Stevie Johnson and Robert Woods out of the lineup with injuries, Manuel says one of the keys to the win was that their replacements Graham and Goodwin made huge contributions.

Kyle Williams finished with two of the Bills' four sacks.  He says this defense is fun to play.

On a windy day, coach Doug Marrone says they planned for it.

The Bills improve to 4 and 7 on the season. They're off next week during their bye week, then host the Atlanta Falcons in Toronto on December 1.