STATEWIDE -- It wasn't a good weekend to be a New York football fan. The Giants, Jets, and Bills all failed to grab a win on Sunday.
The New York Giants will head into their bye week following a two game losing streak. The Giants fell behind early to the Cincinnati Bengals, eventually losing 31-13.
Eli Manning threw for 215 yards, no touchdowns, and two interceptions. His quarterback counterpart, Andy Dalton threw for 199 yards and four touchdowns. The Giants are now 6-4 on the season.
Cincy grounds Jets offense
The New York Jets offense continues to struggle. The 3-6 Gang Green weren't able to score a single offensive point. Their only score came on a fumble return. The Jets had a dismal 185 total yards of offense while Seattle racked up 363 total yards and four touchdowns.
The Jets next game is on November 18th in St. Louis.
Fitzpatrick runs out of magic against Patriots
The Buffalo Bills showed a little fight as they were able to keep New England fans on the edge of their seats. The Patriots pulled away from Bills early on in the game but Buffalo was able to gain ground and put 31 points on the board.
The game abruptly ended when Buffalo lost momentum after Ryan Fitzpatrick threw a late fourth quarter interception to seal the win for New England.
Buffalo will have a short turn around as they get set to host Miami for Thursday Night Football.