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Buffalo Bills vs. New York Jets Pick & Prediction NOV 14TH 2021

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There has been another uncharacteristic loss added to the Buffalo Bills record. On Sunday, the Bills lost 9-6 to the Jacksonville Jaguars, a team they should’ve easily defeated. Now, they’ll look to get their record back on track against the New York Jets. Could the high expectations be setting the Bills up for failure again? Or will they have a bounce-back week against New York?

The New York Jets are looking to pull off a huge upset here. Although the Jets have had a rough season, they’ve beaten good teams before. Not long ago they were able to get a win over the Cincinnati Bengals. To beat the Bills, the Jets will have to pull out all the stops on Sunday. Mike White could be returning at QB, but Head Coach Robert Saleh has yet to make the call.

Bills vs. Jets Odds for Week 10


MONEY LINE: Bills (-700) vs. Jets (+520)

SPREAD: Bills -13 (-110) vs. Jets +13 (-110)

GAME TOTAL: Over 47.5 (-110) vs. Under 47.5 (-110)

Buffalo Bills at New York Jets Preview and Trends

The Buffalo Bills would like to erase their 9-6 loss to the Jacksonville Jaguars. However, they won’t be able to forget that game so easily. For some reason, their high-powered offense struggled to move the ball. This resulted in the Bills scoring their least points in a very long time. This lapse in their offensive prowess was likely just an anomaly, not to happen again.

When facing the Jets, the Bills have to be wary of falling into a trap. On the outside, the Jets are an unassuming team, but they’ve shocked the world before. If they were able to snag a win over the Bengals, they could shock the Bills too. The Bills will need to focus on forcing the Jets to pass frequently and pressure the QB often.

It may seem as if it’s far-fetched, but we can’t discredit the Jets. If Mike White plays, we already know he’ll perform better than Zach Wilson would. If Wilson plays, the Jets’ chances of winning this one will go right out of the window. Sticking with White or even Josh Johnson is the Jets’ best chance to win.

The Jets tried as hard as they could to keep up with the Colts in Week 9. Unfortunately, the rushing attack of the Colts was much too powerful. The Jets will need to worry about the Bills offense considerably more than they did the Colts. If the Jets aren’t at the top of their game, this could be a blowout loss for them.

Bills at Jets Point Spread Picks

Bills 38 - Jets 17

The loss the Buffalo Bills suffered is likely eating away at them. The good news is they’ll be able to redeem themselves this week. Even coming in as 13-point favorites aren’t enough for us to lean away from the Bills. We’ve seen how strong their offense can be and expect them to dominate the entire game.

Buffalo isn’t an incredible team against the spread, but they’re better than the Jets. The Jets are 2-6 ATS this season and are 1-2 against the Bills in their last three games. We anticipate this game going in favor of the Bills very quickly. It isn’t like Buffalo to have two bad games in a row.


1. The Buffalo Bills have the fourth-best scoring offense in the NFL.

2. On average, the New York Jets allow 31.38 points per game.

3. The New York Jets are 2-7 ATS in their last nine games.

Best Bet: Buffalo Bills -13

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Buffalo Bills vs. New York Jets Recap NOV 14TH 2021

Josh Allen threw for 366 yards and two touchdowns and running back Matt Breida scored two touchdowns Sunday as Buffalo routed the New York Jets, 45-17, in East Rutherford, N.J.

Stefon Diggs had eight receptions for 162 yards and one touchdown for the Bills (6-3), who returned to form following their shocking loss to Jacksonville last week.

After taking a 10-0 first-quarter lead and commanding 17-3 at halftime, Buffalo scored touchdowns on its first three possessions of the third quarter to put the game away.

Isaiah McKenzie scored on an 8-yard jet sweep to cap a 75-yard drive, and two interceptions of Jets quarterback Mike White led to Bills touchdowns: Breida on a 15-yard run and Zack Moss on a 1-yard plunge. That gave Buffalo an insurmountable 38-3 lead with 6:01 remaining in the quarter.

Allen was 21-for-28 with one interception.

Conversely, Jets quarterback Mike White crashed back to earth after throwing for 405 yards two weeks ago in his first NFL start, an overtime victory over Cincinnati. White, still filling in for injured starter Zach Wilson (knee), went 24-for-44 for 251 yards with four interceptions.

New York (2-7) finally scored a touchdown on Michael Carter's 1-yard run in the fourth quarter, and Joe Flacco later added a 15-yard scoring pass to Elijah Moore.

The Bills, who had been held to three field goals in the first halves of their previous two games, drove 58 yards for a touchdown with their first possession. It took them only five plays and 1:55 to do it, as Allen found Breida open in the end zone for a 15-yard score with 12:15 left in the first quarter. Breida hadn't played since the second game of the season and had just two offensive snaps in that contest before being sidelined by injury.

White was intercepted by Buffalo's Taron Johnson on the following series, and the Bills almost cashed in for a touchdown, but Allen's third-down fade pattern glanced off the fingertips of Diggs. Tyler Bass then hit a 29-yard field goal for a 10-0 lead.

The Jets finally got on the board with a 48-yard field goal by Matt Ammendola with 1:53 to go in the first half, but the Bills responded with a quick five-play, 75-yard drive that ended with Diggs' 12-yard scoring catch.

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