In the third quarter against the Buffalo Bills, the Jets’ offense were making their way downfield but had to stop due to a malfunctioning overhead camera in MetLife Stadium.
A SkyCam camera whirled out of control and hovered over the field while the Bills were leading 14-10. The malfunction delayed the game for 12 minutes. The delay caused fans to boo as they impatiently waited to resume watching the AFC East matchup between two playoff contenders.
A camera operator was able to get control of the camera before the game resumed.
Following the delay, the Jets’ offense were called for a false start penalty. Later in the drive, quarterback Zack Wilson fumbled the ball and Bills defensive end A.J. Epenesa recovered. Linebacker Von Miller recorded the sack on Wilson that forced the ball out.
The delay halted the Jets momentum, but Gang Green mustered an upset win by the time the clock hit zero. Gang Green pulled off a 20-17 upset win against their division rivals. The statement win improved the Jets’ record to 6-3 as the Bills fall to 6-2.
The Jets rushed for 174 yards against a stout Bills’ defense. Gang Green sacked MVP candidate Josh Allen five times in the victory on Sunday.