Rex Ryan's current club, the Bills, swept his former team, the Jets, in 2015, including keeping New York from making the playoffs with a victory in the season finale.
"I think when you put everything you had into a place, and then you leave it, it was more emotional," Ryan said of being fired after the 2014 season, then landing immediately in Western New York.
"But now it's been a year away, and I'm firmly, well, firmly, maybe some people don't think I'm firmly situated here. But I feel that I'm firmly grounded here, and this is my new team and my new home in Buffalo. All the other stuff I think is not in play as much as it probably was last year."
While Buffalo's offense was invisible in a 13-7 defeat at Baltimore, New York fell 23-22 to Cincinnati in part because its always-reliable placekicker, Nick Folk, missed a field goal and, for the first time in his nine-plus NFL seasons, an extra point.
The Jets (No. 16 in AP Pro32) are 3-point underdogs at Buffalo (No. 25). That's the value of a Folk field goal. He'll actually make more than one — and all his extra points