ORCHARD PARK, N.Y. -- Closing the season with a mean-nothing win was of little consolation for Buffalo Bills safety Bryan Scott.
Far too late for the playoffs, Scott wasn't sure if a 28-9 victory over the New York Jets on Sunday would make a difference in determining the status of beleaguered coach Chan Gailey or any other changes that might be coming.
"The chips are going to fall where they may. Obviously, I don't know to what extent," said Scott, who scored on a 20-yard interception return. "This is one game. It's not any consolation as to what we wanted to get done this season."
Gailey was short on answers about his future.
"Let's talk about today," Gailey said, declining to say whether he's met with team owner Ralph Wilson, who was in Buffalo on Friday.
"Not a lot of jubilation," he said, referring to the mood of his players. "They were happy, but not excited."
At least they had a win to celebrate.
The Jets had nothing but pride to play for, too, and their performance did nothing in addressing questions now facing a turmoil-riddled team also bracing for an uncertain offseason.
Quarterback Mark Sanchez finished with yet another sloppy outing. Nor did he help the status of offensive coordinator Tony Sparano, who's expected to be released after one season. And questions remained about whether coach Rex Ryan and general manager Mike Tannenbaum will be back.
"The future is going to be addressed at a different time," Ryan said. And yet, even Ryan had to acknowledge his disappointment.
"Six wins isn't up to anybody's expectations, for this team and certainly not mine," he said.
The Jets (6-10) closed their second season with three straight losses, and capped their worst finish since going 4-12 in 2007. They've now gone 14-18 since playing in successive AFC title games.
The Bills (6-10) snapped a three-game skid, but still finished fourth in the AFC East for a fifth straight time while extending their postseason drought to 13 years.