Jets vs. Bills: Game time, live stream, TV coverage
This game was moved from Buffalo's Ralph Wilson Stadium to Ford Field in Detroit because of a blizzard that dumped more than six feet of snow in Western New York, making it impossible for Bills personnel to make it to work or practice. The game will now take place on Monday night.
Buffalo defeated New York 43-23 earlier this season. The Jets are coming off a bye week and broke an eight-game losing streak by upsetting the Pittsburgh Steelers in Week 10. The Bills are looking to snap a two-game skid.
You can follow the game with live stats and play-by-play here.
How to watch
Details for Monday's game are below:
Kickoff: 7 p.m.
Live stream: The game can be streamed live here.
TV coverage: DirecTV NFL Sunday Ticket; CBS (in Buffalo and New York City markets)
Week 11: Dolphins 22, Bills 9
Ryan Tannehill threw for 243 yards and two touchdowns, and Lamar Miller rushed for 86 yards as Miami stayed within striking range of the New England Patriots in the AFC East. Kyle Orton throw for 193 yards, but needed 39 attempts to reach that number as the Buffalo ground game stalled, rushing for only 54 yards and averaging 2.8 yards a carry.
Week 10: Chiefs 17, Bills 13
Kansas City erased a 10-point fourth-quarter deficit thanks to a 39-yard run and an Alex Smith eight-yard score. The Chiefs, who have won six of their past seven games, were led by Charles, who had 98 yards rushing. Dwayne Bowe added eight catches for 93 yards.
Week 8: Bills 43, Jets 23
The Jets turned the ball over six times en route to a blowout loss to the Bills. Starter Geno Smith was replaced by Michael Vick after throwing three interceptions on three straight possessions in the first quarter. Vick finished the game with three turnovers himself, an interception and two lost fumbles. The Jets allowed Kyle Orton to throw four touchdowns and rookie Sammy Watkins to set a career-high with 157 receiving yards.
Week 10: Jets 20, Steelers 13
The Jets broke an eight-game losing streak by forcing four Pittsburgh Steelers' turnovers, including two interceptions. Michael Vick threw for 132 yards and two touchdowns. With his 39 yards rushing, he became the first quarterback in NFL history to run for 6,000 career yards. The Jets defense contained Ben Roethlisberger for most of the day after he threw an NFL-record 12 touchdown passes in his previous two games.
Week 9: Chiefs 24, Jets 10
The loss to the Chiefs extended the Jets' losing streak to eight games. Michael Vick made his first start of the season and completed 21 of 28 passes for 196 yards and a touchdown. He briefly left the game in the fourth quarter after hitting his head on the field, but he returned to finish the game. Percy Harvin led the offense with 11 catches for 129 yards in his second game with the team.
Week 8: Bills 43, Jets 23
The Jets turned the ball over six times en route to a blowout loss to the Bills. Starter Geno Smith was replaced by Michael Vick after throwing three interceptions on three straight possessions in the first quarter. Vick finished the game with three turnovers -- an interception and two lost fumbles. The Jets allowed Kyle Orton to throw four touchdowns and rookie Sammy Watkins to set a career-high with 157 receiving yards.