- Longtime Jets beat writer for New York Daily News
- Syracuse University graduate
Trailing the Buffalo Bills late in the third quarter on Sunday in Buffalo, the New York Jets used a quick strike to get their first touchdown of the season.
The Jets lined up in a bunch formation, with Jamison Crowder, Breshad Perriman and Chris Herndon bunched to the right.
Quarterback Sam Darnold threw a quick screen to Crowder, who caught it at the line of scrimmage. He received two blocks from Perriman and Herndon, and the slippery Crowder made his way past four would-be tacklers. Crowder, running out of gas, almost got caught from behind.
Crowder’s touchdown, his longest play as a Jet, closed the Buffalo lead to 21-10, keeping the Jets in the game.
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