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Interceptions, return lead Jets to soothing victory
Published January 2, 2006
EAST RUTHERFORD, N.J. - When Justin Miller started his high-flying act down the sideline, Buffalo looked on in disgust.
Miller scooted past every Bill, speeding for a 95-yard kickoff return for a touchdown with 5:58 left to lift the Jets to victory. Ty Law sealed the win with his third interception of the game.
"We've been through a horrific season," Jets coach Herman Edwards said. "... We just kept fighting. That's something to say about those men in that locker room."
The Bills came in yielding 18.6 yards per kickoff return - tops in the league.
The injury-ravaged Jets must deal with a new round of questions on the status of Edwards, who affirmed his commitment to the team again despite speculation linking him to Kansas City, where coach Dick Vermeil has decided to retire.
Law brought his season interception total to 10, setting a career high and a record for most by a Jets cornerback. He took a hit to the head in the third quarter and was woozy, but the team's lone Pro Bowl selection returned after a few series.
NOTABLE: Jets defensive end DE John Abraham had a sack, giving him 10.5 sacks this season, his highest total since 13 in 2001.