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Jets vs. Bills Week 10 preview: Everything you need to know for gameday

Week 10: Jets vs. Bills preview

Here's everything you need to know before the Buffalo Bills take on the New York Jets in Week 10 of the 2021 NFL season.

Sunday’s game

BILLS (5-3) AT JETS (2-6)

MetLife Stadium, 1 p.m.

VITALS

Line: Bills by 12.5; O/U 47.5

TV: CBS (Spero Dedes, Jay Feely)

Radio: ESPN-98.7-FM (Bob Wischusen, Marty Lyons); Sirius 85; XM 229.

KEY INJURIES

Jets: Doubtful: QB Zach Wilson (knee); Questionable: WR Corey Davis (hip), LG Alijah Vera-Tucker (toe), RB Tevin Coleman (hamstring), DE Shaq Lawson (hamstring)

Bills: Out: LB Tremaine Edwards (hamstring)

QUOTABLE

"They’re very talented. They play very hard, and they’ve been in this system for so long. They know each other so well. It’s a machine. It really is." — Jets offensive coordinator Mike LaFleur on the Bills’ defense, which has allowed one touchdown or fewer in five games this season, including the last two.

INTANGIBLES

The Jets have been a far different team at home. On the road, they have given up 99 points in their last two games. At MetLife Stadium, the Jets have won two straight, beating good teams (Tennessee and Cincinnati). They will go for the trifecta against Buffalo and quarterback Josh Allen (no TD passes and two interceptions in last week's 9-6 loss to Jacksonville).

FANTASY PLAY

Elijah Moore, Jets WR: Moore seems to have established some chemistry with backup QB Mike White. After making just nine catches on 26 targets in his first five games, he has hauled in 13 of the 14 passes in his direction the last two games for 151 yards and two TDs (both coming Nov. 4 against the Colts). The Bills have the NFL’s stingiest pass defense (177 yards allowed per game, five touchdowns, 11 interceptions), but with White still under center for the Jets, that chemistry could continue. — NICK KLOPSIS

NUMBER, PLEASE

1: Where the Bills rank in yards allowed per game (262.6), points allowed (14.8) and turnover differential (plus 11). The Jets are last in the NFL in all three categories — 408.1 yards yielded, 31.4 points allowed and minus 12 on takeaways.

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