Jets WR Jermaine Kearse led the receivers in his first game with the team on Sunday against the Bills.
Kearse, who was traded to the Jets from the Seahawks for Sheldon Richardson, saw eight targets, the most to a receiver from QB Josh McCown throughout the game. Head coach Todd Bowles said he liked what he saw from his newest wideout, but he will go back and watch the film to see what he can improve on.
"I'll watch the tape," Bowles said. "I know he had some catches, but that doesn't tell the story of the whole game. You have to watch the tape and evaluate the whole performance. It just doesn't go off of big plays."