The Jets ran for 129 yards last week getting a ground game going to help out rookie quarterback Geno Smith. Now can they keep it going?

The Bills defense appears to be susceptible to the run. Through two games they are 30th in the league allowing an average of 141.5 yards per game.

Chris Ivory ran for 52 yards on 12 carries against the Patriots last week and appears to be over the hamstring injury that cost him a lot of time in training camp.

“Chris is getting better every week” running backs coach Anthony Lynn said. “He had a slow start to the season because he missed so much time in training camp but he’s starting to get more and more comfortable with the offense. What we saw on tape we’re starting to see on the field now — his physical running style yards after contact. His role is going to continue to increase.”