This Sunday, Nov. 6, the Buffalo Bills host the New York Jets at Ralph Wilson Stadium in a crucial AFC East division contest. Kickoff is scheduled for 1:00 p.m. EST. The Bills (5-2) are tied for first place in the AFC East with the New England Patriots, while the Jets (4-3) are one game back of the Bills.
The Jets have won three of the prior four meetings and swept the Bills in 2010. While Rex Ryan is guaranteeing that the Jets will win the Super Bowl this year, their play on the field is not really backing up Ryan's prediction very well.
The Jets run defense, long a staple of a Ryan team, has dropped all the way to No. 25 in the league, while the Bills bolted past them, (No. 19) based on the strong game they had against the Redskins last weekend.
The game will be a sell-out, and the Bills have announced that they are going to be wearing their white jerseys for the home game, something they haven't done in the past 25 years. Does that signify this is a special game or what?
We will take a look at how this Sunday's game is shaping up and what are the keys to the game, and we'll end the presentation with my prediction for the game.