Quick Take: Jets keep pace in AFC East race

It was over when ...
Jets safety Abram Elam sacked J.P. Losman, forcing a fumble at the Bills' 16. DE Shaun Ellis recovered the ball and rumbled into the end zone, giving the Jets a 4-point lead with 1:54 remaining in the game. Losman was intercepted by Darrelle Revis on the first play of the following drive and again by Kerry Rhodes on a last-second bomb.

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In a game that featured four lead changes, it was Elam -- the hero of New York's first win over Buffalo with a 92-yard interception return for a touchdown in Week 9 -- who made the game's deciding play. He finished with six tackles, one sack and a forced fumble..

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The Bills lost the turnover battle, 4-2, thanks to Losman who finished with three interceptions and a fumble to go with just 148 passing yards and a touchdown.

With his 13th rushing touchdown, Thomas Jones surpassed Curtis Martin's franchise record for most rushing touchdowns in a season. The score was Jones' 15th of the season, also a Jets record. ... Bills rookie WR Steve Johnson recorded his first career touchdown. ... Marshawn Lynch finished with 127 rushing yards, 7 short of his season high.

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