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The New York Jets will play against the Buffalo Bills on Sunday. CBS will carry the game which has a 1 pm EST kickoff from Ralph Wilson Stadium in Buffalo, NY.
Buffalo saw themselves as playoff contenders this season, instead they have dealt with inconsistency and have made more headlines with talk about actions they will take to secure a franchise quarterback. The Jets recently were eliminated from playoff contention and have had a never ending pipeline of talk streaming out of their locker room all season.
What is the point spread in the Jets and Bills game? The Bills are 3 point favorites against the Jets. The over/under for this game ranges from 38.5 to 39.5 total points.
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Greg McElroy will start for the Jets, the status of Tim Tebow is unknown currently. The Jets do not figure to differ much from the game plan they had last week which resulted in a 27-17 defeat at the hands of the Chargers.
Buffalo is 0-5 so far against Rex Ryan and the Jets in three seasons under Buddy Nix and Chan Gailey. They will hope that running back C.J. Spiller can rush for some big plays like he has in recent weeks. Spiller has topped the 100 yard plateau in each of his last two starts.
Due to the failure of the Bills to sell tickets this game will be blacked out in Western NY.
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