TORONTO -- So far, the New York Jets have blown 11 points.
Through one period, the Jets and Buffalo Bills were tied at 3 in the Rogers Centre.
The Jets should have scored two passing touchdowns, but misfired comically.
New York's second possession began with four straight double-digit gains from four players: Brad Smith for 21 yards on a reverse; Mark Sanchez to Jerricho Cotchery for 12 more; Thomas Jones run for 13 yards; Tony Richardson run for 19 yards.
Then the Jets failed to finish it off. Sanchez overthrew a wide open Cotchery in the end zone. Jay Feely kicked a 38-yard field goal.
Late in the first period, a blown coverage left Braylon Edwards sprinting lonely along the right numbers for what should have been an 84-yard touchdown. Sanchez's pass would have hit him in stride at the Buffalo 35-yard line if Edwards didn't allow it to hit him in the facemask.
And a punt three plays later.