AFC East Notes: Jets, Bills, Williams, Idzik

The Jets hit a new low today in their six-turnover loss to the Bills, writes Howie Kussay of the New York Post. The loss was the Jets seventh straight and despite some flashes of brilliance from Michael Vick, things unraveled quickly for Gang Green. More on the Jets and Bills..

  • Once again, Mike Williams has reiterated his desire to remain with the Bills, as’s Mike Rodak writes. “Of course, a lot of interest out there. But I love being here and I keep telling [my agent] that too,” Williams said. “I’m a Bill until otherwise.” Williams said he will stay in town during the upcoming bye week. “Stay with the team and whatever and listen. Hopefully I’ll be a Bill next week,” he added.
  • General Manager John Idzik needs to pay the price for making the Jets a mess, opines David Steele of The Sporting News. GMs rarely get fired in midseason – coaches do- but Steele says the Jets should make an exception. Idzik took over a 6-10 team, watched them overachieve to an 8-8 mark, and is now watching them flounder at 1-7.
  • Geno Smith and E.J. Manuel were both on the bench today as the Jets faced the Bills. There’s still time for both, but right now, that looks like a terrible case of two teams that forced quarterback picks in the wrong draft year, tweets Albert Breer of the NFL Network.
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