Here we are in week 5 with another AFC East rivalry game. And what a game it was! The Bills made the short trip to New Jersey to take on the New York Jets. Coming into the game, the Bills new they had to stop the NFL's rushing leader, Shamell Murray. And they did for the most part. Murray only put up 69 yards rushing. If you love defense, the first quarter of this game was for you. The Jets and Bills went back and forth. The score at the end of the first quarter was 0-0. To start the 2nd quarter, the Bills drove down the field on the back of Tavon Austin. He finally punched in the rock from a couple yards out. After a little more back and forth, the Jets audible to streak by Denard Tracy and he puts up a quick 6 points. Score at the half is 7-7. The Jets get the second half kick off and drive down the field to make the score 14-7, Jets. The Bills then began to put the ball in the hands of it's playmakers. Relying heavily on newly extended Charles Clay, the Bills drove down the field once again. On a bootleg, QB Beau Spriggs, looked for an open receiver and couldn't find one so he took it in himself from 4 yards out. The score early in the 4th is 14-14. The Jets then have another long drive and pound the ball in once more making the score 21-14, Jets. The Bills, not panicked down a TD late in the 4th, once again rely on their playmaking TE. The Bills punch it in and make the score 21-20. The Bills knew they had to win this game to stay in the hunt for the division so they decided to go for 2. Beau Spriggs, fakes the dive, throws the out route to Tavon Austin, he's hit at the 1 and falls into the endzone to take the lead. The score with 40 seconds left in the game is Bills 22-21. With time running down, the Bills are trying to bring pressure in hopes of hurrying the the passes of Jets QB, Johnathon Griffin. The Bills manage to keep the Jets out of field goal range. 6 seconds left, the Jets have one more shot. Johnathon Griffin fires the ball down the field. It's caught! The receiver falls down at the 1/2 yard line as time expires. The Bills win 22-21 in what could be the game of the week. The Bills gameball goes to Charles Clay. He was clutch when he was called on. He had 5 receptions for 140 yards.