With Robby Anderson out with an ankle injury, wide receiver duties for the Jets fell on Quincy Enunwa and Jermaine Kearse on Sunday, and both fell flat.
Enunwa led the team with four catches, but they went for a paltry 18 yards, while Kearse caught just two passes for 16 yards, as quarterback Josh McCown threw for only 135 on 17-of-34 passing with two INTs.
Enunwa was targeted a team high eight times, while Kearse was five.
Some questioned the seven-year veteran Kearse's effort in last week's 13-6 loss in Miami, but he is still one of the Jets' vocal leaders.
"Stuff happens," he said when asked about the Jets' slow start. "For us, it's just trying to find ways to catch a rhythm, convert, keep the chains going and put a drive together. We just wasn't able to do that today."
The Jets had only 1 total yard in the first quarter, and 68 in the first half, while Buffalo had 313.
"We've got to deal with this the whole bye week, for the next two weeks," he said. "Just have that sh--y feeling. We can either go two ways about it, just continue to let it happen, or do something about it."
Rookie tight end Chris Herndon led the Jets in receiving yards for the second straight week, but he finished with only 34 yards on three catches.
After Enunwa led the Jets in receiving the first four games, they had five different players -- Anderson, Kearse, rookie running back Trenton Cannon, rookie receiver Deontay Burnett (who was inactive) and Herndon -- lead them in the category before Sunday.