The sting of the Buffalo Bills' 34-21 loss to the New York Jets hadn't worn off when Richie Incognito made his feelings on Thursday night games perfectly clear.

"These Thursday night games, they suck," Incognito said. "They throw a wrench in our schedule.

"As physical as this game is and as much preparation that goes into this, to force us to play games on four-day weeks, it's completely unfair and bulls---. Whatever. The league makes money off of it, and that's all they care about anyway."

The Bills had to hit the road to play on a short week against a division opponent. Other teams have overcome similar circumstances to win on Thursday night, but the Bills looked unrecognizable from the team that started the season 5-2. They missed tackles, took untimely penalties and lost the turnover battle 3-0.

"It's tough," Incognito said. "Thursday night games are not fun. It's a major, major, major adjustment to the schedule. We're creatures of habit. To jam in a game in four days, it's not cool but everybody has to do it. It's unfair for everybody and that's it."

The Jets had to jam their preparation into four days as well. They had the benefit of playing at home, but that alone doesn't explain the thorough beating the Bills took in front of a national audience.