Jets vs Bills: How to live stream, time, venue, where to watch and all the pre-buzz around NFL AFC East clash
For the New York Jets and the Buffalo Bills, it is a season where they will be looking at starting off strong. The former had a forgettable 2019 and will be keen to get going to the Bills Stadium on Sunday. Last time these two sides met, the Jets got the better of the Bills with a 13-6 win.
And here's a quick trivia: This tussle will be the 14th time the two teams will play against each other in a home opener, courtesy the Buffalo Bills.com. The Bills won the last opener against the Jets, can they perform an encore? Here's a quick primer ahead of the clash between these two teams.
The game will Kickoff at 10 am PT/1 pm ET on Sunday, September 13, 2020.
Both teams will lock horns at the Bills Stadium, Orchard Park, NY
Where to watch?
The game can be caught live on CBS. Fans can listen to the live commentary on NFL Game Pass, Westwood One, and Sirius XM.
How to live stream?
A quick look at the NFL 2020-schedule says games will air on ESPN, NFL Network, local affiliates of Fox, NBC, and CBS affiliates. This gives fans plenty of streaming platforms to look at. There's fuboTV that comprises all three of the mentioned broadcasters and it includes ESPN and NFL Network. The Fubo TV Standard package is priced at $59.99 per month. The next option is Sling TV that comes at $45 per month. YouTube TV and CBS All Access are the next possible choices.
The Bills have had a season they can be proud of. After impressing sports pundits with a 10-6 result last year, they will stake a claim for the AFC East division, and if they do, they will be the first team after the New England Patriots to do so. QB Josh Allen will be their breakout candidate this season and he is ably supported by Stefon Diggs. Their defense bolstered by cornerback Tre’Davious White makes it quite the task for the Jets.
The Jets will no doubt smart in the absence of safety, Jamal Adams and linebacker, C.J. Mosley. They enter the season with their defense still under construction. Breshad Perriman and Denzel Mims were notable absentees during the practice season. Most importantly, the Jets will be looking to get back to winning ways. Having gone 3-17 in their last 20 games, the Jets will hope for an improved and inspiring start.
Who will win?
The Bills are favorites to take this one home. They did have a better 2019 compared to the Jets and will be hoping to get some points on the board. We'll be backing the Bills to continue from where they left off last season.