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DirecTV's NFL Sunday Ticket will air the Jets-Bills game Monday night

The Jets-Bills game that was rescheduled to Monday night at 7 p.m. ET and relocated to Ford Field in Detroit because of the severe snowstorm in Buffalo will be broadcast live through DirecTV's NFL Sunday Ticket, the satellite service provider announced on Friday.
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The New York Jets-Buffalo Bills game that was rescheduled for Monday night at 7 p.m. ET and relocated to Ford Field in Detroit because of the severe snowstorms in Buffalo will be broadcast live through DirecTV's NFL Sunday Ticket, the satellite service provider announced on Friday.

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The game, which will air on CBS in local markets, will overlap with Monday Night Football, which pits the 6-4 Ravens and the 4-6 Saints in New Orleans.

Reports indicate that the storms have brought as many as seven feet of snow in some parts of the Buffalo region. 

The Jets are 2-8 and in fourth place in the AFC East, while the Bills are 5-5 and in third place in the same division.

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