Buffalo Bills vs New York Jets live streaming Free Online NFL Week 01 Sunday 08 September 2019, NFL online live with HD quality on PC, Laptop, iPhone, Ipad and Android over the Internet. It’s Will be kick of at MetLife Stadium, East Rutherford, New Jersey, United States, Time 01:00 PM (ET) broadcast on NFL Network, CBS, Fox Sports, NBC, ESPN and and Online.
Both Buffalo and New York have second-year quarterbacks entering a sophomore season filled with expectations for progress. Bills quarterback Josh Allen will take the field with at least eight new starters on the field with him after general manager Brandon Beane completely overhauled the offense during the offseason.
The most notable additions on the Bills offense are center Mitch Morse, wide receiver John Brown, slot receiver Cole Beasley and rookie running back Devin Singletary.
Morse spent most of the summer in the NFL’s concussion protocol after suffering the fourth documented concussion of his four-year career on the third day of training camp. He’s out now and will start for the Bills against the Jets. Beasley and Allen looked to be in mid-season form when they connected on five passes for 44 yards.
The Bills are hoping Beasley jumpstarts Allen’s production in the short game. The former Dallas Cowboys wide out uses his expert route running skills to separate to give the quarterback a target in the five-12 yard range.
Allen ran for 101 yards and a touchdown on the ground in the only game he played against the Jets in 2018. He was ineffective as a passer though, completing just 50 percent of his passes with no touchdowns and two interceptions.
The money spent on the offensive side of the ball was specifically spent to unlock Allen’s ability as a passer and Sunday’s game will be the first real test to see if the changes made were the right ones.
The Bills released two-time All Pro running back LeSean McCoy before the season started mainly because of the belief in Singletary, who will likely split time with veteran Frank Gore and third-down back T.J. Yeldon.
The Bills won the first matchup between the two teams when backup quarterback Matt Barkley started after signing with Buffalo less than two weeks prior. But the second game is more worth looking at when thinking about this year’s matchup. The game featured both Allen and Jets quarterback Sam Darnold in their first game against each other almost nine months after getting drafted four spots apart in the 2018 NFL draft.
New York’s offensive line and secondary are probably its two biggest concerns heading into the opener. The Jets signed veteran center Ryan Kalil at the beginning of training camp after the former Carolina Panthers staple retired in the offseason. He has had to get up to speed in a hurry and now anchors the offensive line against a Bills defensive front that should be even better in 2019 after drafting defensive tackle Ed Oliver ninth overall in April. The Jets added to their defensive line in the first round, too, when they selected Alabama’s Quinnen Williams third overall. He’ll get his chance Sunday to affect Allen and the Bills new-look running game, along with teammates on the line Leonard Williams and Henry Anderson. Cornerback Trumaine Johnson will likely get the assignment of covering new Bills receiver John Brown, who the former St. Louis Rams defensive back called underrated. Johnson went against Brown when he was in Arizona and said he’s familiar with what the veteran playmaker can do. The Jets will be down a pair of linebackers for this game. Avery Williamson had season-ending surgery recently to repair a torn ACL and Brandon Copeland, who played well against the Bills in 2018, is suspended for the first four weeks of the season. On the offensive side of the ball, the Bills will be the first team to get a look at new Jets running back Le’veon Bell, who didn’t play in the preseason. The Jets will be without starting tight end Chris Herndon, who is also serving a suspension.
Both defenses are going to be tough to score on but I think the Bills offense has enough new weapons to exploit some missing pieces in at the second level of the Jets defense. If you go an watch some of Darnold’s preseason reps you’ll notice some happy feet as he’s obviously dealing with some issues in front of him on the line. It’s partly his style but if this Bills defensive line can generate the pressure they’ve been talking about all summer then they’ll likely force some turnovers. When Allen gets a short field he usually takes advantage. I also think the Jets’ strategy of making Allen beat them from the pocket could come back and bite them. The strategy is to get the ball out fast and it was executed well against the Carolina Panthers, who employ a 3-4 defense just like the Jets. If Williams is planning on covering Beasley with a linebacker that could be a matchup to exploit all game long.