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How to watch Jets vs. Bills 2014 online: Time, TV schedule, radio and live stream

Two New York area teams play in Detroit on Monday.

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After getting buried in over eight feet of snow earlier this week, the Buffalo Bills have been forced to relocate their Week 12 game to Detroit's Ford Field. It will be there that they'll "host" the AFC East rival New York Jets.

2014 has been a year to forget for the Jets. They've already been eliminated from the division race, and can be completely scratched from the playoff picture with a loss to Buffalo. If and when that happens, it will all but officially spell the end of Rex Ryan's six-year tenure with the team. Though he brought the Jets to the AFC Championship game in back-to-back seasons, he hasn't reached the postseason since. Unsurprisingly, his team has burned through a number of unsuccessful quarterbacks, from Mark Sanchez to current starter Michael Vick. It remains to be seen whether current GM John Idzik will be given another year to correct the team's issues.

Meanwhile, the Bills stand at the periphery of the AFC playoff picture. Their Week 11 loss to the Miami Dolphins proved a major setback, though they remain just two games out of the sixth seed with six weeks left to go. Like the Jets, quarterback has been a major concern all season, with former first-round pick E.J. Manuel losing the job after four games to journeyman Kyle Orton. Though Orton played well early on, his performance has dipped over the past few weeks, leaving the door open for a Manuel return. Should the Bills lose to New York this week, another change seems far more likely.

The Jets' offense is centered around the play of running back tandem Chris Ivory and Chris Johnson. Ivory leads the team with 123 carries for 548 yards and five touchdowns. Johnson has carried the ball fewer times, but he averages 4.2 yards per carry and factors into the passing game. His 17 catches for 116 yards are both top marks for Jets running backs. At quarterback, Michael Vick's numbers aren't spectacular, though he does sport a 3:1 touchdown-to-interception ratio.

The Jets enter Monday's game with a record of 2-8. The Bills come in at 5-5.

How to watch

Where: Ford Field, Detroit

When: 7 p.m. ET

TV: CBS (Local); DirecTV's NFL Sunday Ticket

Announcers: Spero Dedes, Solomon Wilcots

Radio: Jets Radio Network, Bills Radio Network

Online streaming: Verizon NFL Mobile


The Bills are 2.5-point favorites according to OddsShark.

Further reading

For more on the Jets, check out Gang Green Nation. For additional coverage of the Bills, head on over to Buffalo Rumblings.


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