The only play in the Bills‘ playbook that seems to be working against the Jets is the long bomb, so Buffalo decided to use it again on Thursday night.

Bills quarterback Tyrod Taylor followed up his 84-yard touchdown pass in the first quarter with one that was almost equally as long in the third quarter. On the Bills’ first offensive possession of the second half, Taylor scrambled on a third-and-6, and then did this.

That’s a 71-yard bomb to that receiver Greg Salas will probably remember for the rest of his life, and that’s mostly because it was the first career touchdown catch for the receiver, who’s been in the NFL since 2011 and previously played with the Jets.

That touchdown pass brought Taylor’s passing total up to 204 yards for the game, with 155 of those coming on his two bombs.

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Source: CBS Sports Headlines / WATCH: Tyrod Taylor torches Jets secondary with 71-yard TD pass