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#BUFvsNYJ Predictions

Chris Ivory’s 7 Total TDs Rank 2nd Most Among RBs in the NFL


CBS Sports
Pete Prisco, Senior NFL Columnist
Jets 23, Bills 17
This is the return of Rex Ryan to play his former team. You know he would love to beat them -- and then will say so loudly if he does. The Bills impressed against the Dolphins, but this Jets defense is much better than what Miami trotted out. Tyrod Taylor will have some problems getting things going, while the Jets will do enough on offense to win it.

Don Banks
Jets 23, Bills 17
On defense—Ryan's area of expertise—the Jets are out-performing the Bills in points allowed (20.2 to 24.4), on third downs (37.2 conversation rate to 38.6), and yards per play (5.14 to 5.37) under new coach Todd Bowles.

NFL Expert Picks: 10 of 13 Prefer the Jets

**Sporting News**
Vinnie Iyer
Jets 19, Bills 16
And the Jets have done a good job keeping their offense simple with Brandon Marshall, Eric Decker and Chris Ivory. Todd Bowles' blitzes are more effective than Rex's, as the home team grinds out a typical ugly midweek game in even uglier uniforms.

**Bleacher Report**
Expert Consensus Picks: 6 of 8 Favor the Jets

**CBS Sports**
John Breech
Bills 23, Jets 20
The Bills will be wearing red for the first time in team history. Speaking of red, the Jets are basically a Red Cross right now because everyone's injured. Eric Decker, Antonio Cromartie and Brandon Marshall were three of the SEVENTEEN PLAYERS who were listed on the Jets first injury report this week. The Bills had five players on their injury report. I feel like these two teams are close to even right now, so I'm going with Buffalo and that's mainly because I'm not sure the Jets are even going to have enough players to field a team.

Elliot Harrison, NFL Media Analyst
Bills 23, Jets 20
Convenient that the most heavily anticipated contest of Week 10 is also the first contest of Week 10. The key to a glorious MetLife homecoming for Rex Ryan will be the play of Tyrod Taylor, who will have to fit the ball into tighter windows against the Jets. Taylor went 11 for 12 against Miami's back seven last week, but New York is better defensively, even if the Jets' secondary is banged up.

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