New York fell to 2-6 with a 45-30 loss to Indianapolis on November 4th while Buffalo failed to score a touchdown in a 9-6 defeat to the Jacksonville Jaguars last Sunday.
The Bills will be without linebacker Tremaine Edmunds as he has a hamstring injury. Running back Zack Moss is questionable with a concussion. Buffalo has six players, including wide receiver Cole Beasley who will play.
Zach Wilson is again listed as doubtful for the Jets with a knee injury while defensive lineman Chuma Edoga is also doubftul with a knee issue. Tevin Coleman (hamstring), Shaq Lawson (hamstring), Corey Davis (hip) and Alijah Vera-Tucker (toe) are all questionable.
Players to watch
Josh Allen (Buffalo)
In leading the Bills to the AFC Championship Game last year, he put himself in the conversation among the elite quarterbacks in the NFL. With 2,236 yards and 17 touchdowns in leading Buffalo to a 5-3 record so far, he's done nothing to dispel that theory.
Mike White (New York Jets)
You couldn't have run the gamut more than the Jets' newest sensation has. He set multiple NFL records in his first start when New York came from behind to defeat Cincinnati but was hurt in the loss to Indianapolis. Healthy again, he'll get to show everyone if he can build on the performance he had against the Bengals.
The last ten matchups between the two New York rivals have been split, but Buffalo won both games last year, including a 27-17 victory at MetLife when they jumped out to a 21-3 halftime lead.
Allen was 33 of 46 for 316 yards for two touchdowns while Stefon Diggs caught eigght passes for 86 yards. Sam Darnold threw for 215 yards, a touchdown and interception.
The game will kick off at 1pm Eastern. Spero Dedes will be the play-by-play man while former Jets kicker Jay Feely will serve as color analyst.