Today's Bills vs Jets live stream is coming up and it marks the first matchup this season between these AFC East rivals. The Jets at 5-3 have been a pleasant surprise for their fanbase, while Bills Mafia is expecting this NFL live stream to be more of the same from their championship contenting team!
The Jets failed their first test since losing Breece Hall for the season after the running back suffered an ACL tear in their week seven win over their Broncos. Last week without their leading rusher, the Jets took a 22-17 loss to the Patriots, snapping their four-game winning streak.
Quarterback Zach Wilson threw three interceptions in the loss last week and despite being 4-1 as the Jets’ starter this season he has their ground game and defense to thank for most of the team's success.
The Jets are one of just 11 teams to allow fewer than 20 points-per-game and they have also forced 12 turnovers this season, fifth highest total in the NFL. Linebacker C.J. Mosley leads their defensive unit with 82 tackles, second most in the league and defensive tackle Quinnen Williams leads the team with six sacks.
The Bills (6-1) are in-the-midst of a four-game winning streak after beating the Packers 27-17 Monday Night. Josh Allen wasn’t at his best for all four quarters but managed to hit tight end Dawson Knox for the first score of the game, then hit wide receiver Stephon Diggs for at touchdown that gave the Bills a 14-0 lead early in the second quarter.
This season Allen is among the league leaders in every major quarterback stat. He leads the NFL in passing yards-per-game (314 ypg) and is second to only Patrick Mahomes in passing touchdowns with 19. Overall, he ranks fifth with a 105.9 passer rating. Allen has beaten the Jets in four straight meetings and is 5-2 against them in his career.
The 2022 Buffalo Bills are another example of a dominant team on both sides of the ball. They score the second most points in the NFL averaging 29ppg and allow the fewest points in the league surrendering only 14 ppg. Add the fact that they also have forced the third most turnovers in the league (14) and you realize how dominant this defense has been.
Odds have slightly tightened, the Action Network now the Bills as 10.5-point favorites over the Jets. They were at 13 points earlier this week.
Bills vs Jets inactives:
Bills: Tommy Sweeney (TE), Spencer Brown (OT), Matt Milano (LB), Tre'Davious White (CB), Jordan Poyer (S)
Jets: Joe Flacco (QB), Corey Davis (WR), Jeremy Ruckert (TE), Zonovan Knight (RB), Bryce Hall (CB), Tony Adams (S)
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Bills vs Jets live streams in the U.S.
The game starts at 1 p.m. ET / 10 a.m. PT on today (Nov. 6)
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Bills vs Jets live streams in the UK
American football fans across the pond cannot watch Bills vs Jets on Sky Sports, the typical home to more than 100 live games per NFL season.
The Bills vs Jets live stream starts at 6 p.m. GMT tonight.
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Bills vs Jets live streams in Canada
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