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The Buffalo Bills are for real—something the New York Jets will find out firsthand when they travel to Ralph Wilson Stadium and take on Ryan Fitzpatrick and Co.
Fitzpatrick may not put up the numbers in this game we're accustomed to seeing from him, because he has a tough secondary, led by Darrell Revis, to face.
He should be able to do enough, however, to allow Fred Jackson to do his damage running the ball and catching it out of the backfield.
Jackson has piled up at least 165 yards of total offense in each of his last three games—having rushed for more than 100 yards in each of those games.
Conversely, the New York Jets have surrendered just under 127 yards per game on the ground—a matchup that heavily favors Jackson and the Bills.
Mark Sanchez will have something to say about this game and should have a decent day, but it won’t be enough in the end.
Bills win a close one at home 24-20.
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