Rookie quarterback EJ Manuel — and the entire offense — was awful in the first quarter. Manuel had a 6.0 passer rating in the first quarter, the seventh worst in the NFL this season. But then something clicked. The Bills were able to put together two long touchdown drives in the second quarter, injecting some confidence into the young signal-caller.
Even when he was rattled by a third-quarter strip-sack that led to a Jaguars touchdown, Manuel came back and led the Bills on another touchdown drive. There’s little time left this season, but the Bills need to see more of that.
Manuel will need to continue to make progress with the next to games, to play spoiler against the Dolphins and the Patriots.
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