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Buffalo Bills vs. New York Jets: Tale of the Tape

Nov 14, 2013; Florham Park, NJ, USA; New York Jets head coach Rex Ryan speaks to the media at his locker at the Jets training facility. Mandatory Credit: William Perlman/THE STAR-LEDGER via USA TODAY Sports

The Road to MetLife Stadium continues tomorrow afternoon, as the second round of the annual two game series against the Bills concludes. After beating the Bills at MetLife Stadium earlier in the season by a score of 27-20, Ed Reed, Geno Smith and the team head up to Buffalo for game number two. We have talked about it at length, the Bills are a bit banged up, while the Jets are getting healthy, so the Jets have a good shot here.

Let’s look back at this series:

The Bills actually lead the series overall, with a 54-51 record, but the Jets have dominated of late. The Jets have won nine out of the last eleven, and as we have seen, Rex has OWNED the Bills, winning seven of his nine meetings. The Jets won the first meeting by a score of 27-20, led by a strong rushing attack and a 69 yard touchdown pass from Geno Smith to Santonio Holmes.

There may be some rain during the game, so the running game will need to remain hot. Chris Ivory has eclipsed the 100 yard mark in two of his last three, and Bilal Powell posted a career-best 149 yards in the last meeting against the BIlls.

Hopefully this trend will continue.

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