By this point, information has been dissected from a Bills point of view. But what about from the Jets' side of things? Without having seen every single practice and moment of the Jets leading up to the season opener, it's hard to get a firm grasp on how things may just play out.
Each week we'll get the perspective of the opposing team's beat from some of the reporters that know the Bills' opponents like the back of their hand, with questions that involve the top stories leading up to 1 pm.
Let's get a glimpse in to the Jets:
How much 'Tebowcat' do you expect to see Sunday, and will it be affected at all by the fact that the co-creator of the Wildcat in Miami with Coach Sparano is on the Bills' coaching staff?
"Tony Sparano has been intentionally vague about how he'll deploy Tim Tebow, but know this: The Jets' "backup quarterback" will be involved in more than just a handful of plays. Tebow will play an important role on Sunday. I wouldn't be surprised to see him on the field for as many as 15 snaps (excluding special teams plays) if it's successful early on.
Sparano is obviously mindful of the fact that David Lee knows just about every wrinkle in Wildcat playbook, but don't be surprised if the Jets unveil something that even the Bills QBs coach hasn't seen yet."
- Manish Mehta, New York Daily News (@MMehtaNYDN)
Just how much of a liability is Austin Howard at right tackle, and what might the Jets do Sunday to help the inexperienced tackle against a player of Mario Williams' caliber?
"We'll find out. Howard is really an unknown quantity to everyone, including the Jets coaches. They think he can do the job, but I don't think anyone is sure. He's a guy who really came on in training camp and when they could not find an alternative to Wayne Hunter from outside (Jeff Otah trade failed), they turned to him. I think they will give him as much help as they can against Williams with tight end and running back help. They have Pro Bowler D'Brickashaw Ferguson on the other side, so they will have more confidence leaving him 1-on-1 than Howard."
- Brian Costello, New York Post (@BrianCoz)
How long or short of a leash does QB Mark Sanchez really have, and if he struggles early on how quick will the fans be to turn on him?
"It's hard to quantify how long of a leash Sanchez has. The danger in having Tebow as your backup, is he presents a far bigger threat than Mark Brunell or Kellen Clemens ever were to Sanchez. So there's no wiggle room for starting quarterback.The Jets ended 2011 w/ three straight losses to cap a 3-5 stretch. The difference now is, the front office has a ready-made excuse waiting in the wings if it feels like benching him. Hopefully, for Sanchez, it doesn't come to that."
- Kimberley Martin, Newsday (@KMart_LI)
How has the young Kenrick Ellis looked through the first couple of months, and how much of a drop-off do you expect from Sione Po'uha to him?
"Kenrick has had a tremendous preseason highlighted by a big game against the Panthers in Week 3. He looks quicker off the ball and, more importantly, he's beginning to read offensive lines for the first time. His teammates used to say that he simply "Fords" or plows his way into the backfield but he took last season to learn how to read and react.
As far as a dropoff, I wouldn't expect much. The Jets will rarely be in their base defense on Sunday given the Bills' spread attack, so a nose tackle won't play as big a factor. Had Sione had a bigger presence in one of their sub packages, it could be trouble for the Jets, but I think you'll see a heavier dose of Quinton Coples and Muhammad Wilkerson."
- Conor Orr, The Star-Ledger (@ConorTOrr)