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Mario Williams gets to Michael Vick for the second time tonight, giving him 12.0 sacks on the season. That's one shy of his total for all of last season and two shy of his career high, set in 2007.

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Kriste Lewis is a 41-year-old Saints cheerleader with a deadly kidney disease. Her story is inspirational.

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Since joining the Bills in 2012, Mario Williams and Justin Houston are the only players with 10-plus sacks each of the past three seasons.

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The Jets offense stalls after the big punt return and they settle for a Nick Folk field goal. Michael Vick is struggling so far tonight, going 1-for-6 for 2 yards and a sack.

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BILLS STRIKE FIRST IN DETROIT

Robert Woods finished off a 56-yard drive with a great catch on a 7-yard TD pass from Kyle Orton, giving the Bills a 7-0 lead over the Jets in tonight's rescheduled game in Detroit. It's Woods' third TD catch of the season.

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"The quick-strike throws haven't been there and some of the passes he normally hits have not been delivered as accurately as we're used to seeing."

Jon Gruden on Drew Brees

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Bills RB Fred Jackson is active tonight against the Jets after missing last week's game with a groin injury.

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"The Jets are well-rested, coming off the bye, and I think the change to primetime will add some juice for them. Their other motivation is payback, a little redemption after getting blown out by the Bills in the previous meeting."

Rich Cimini on why the Jets will win tonight

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It's been a week unlike any other for the Bills. Most coaches were able to make it to the facility at some point Monday night or Tuesday, and have slept there since. Players received film and game plans on their iPads, but that isn't the same as being at practice and seeing the scout team's looks on the field. Will this affect their game plan?

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The Saints have won 14 straight primetime games at home, including the playoffs, by nearly 20 points per game.

The Ravens, however, have dominated the woeful NFC South with a 3-0 record. They will try to make it a clean sweep coming out of their bye week.

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