The Bengals enter the game tied atop the AFC North at 3-2 after a 13-6 victory over the New England Patriots last week. Now, the Bengals will look to improve to 4-2 on the season with a win against the Bills on Sunday. Bills tickets have an average ticket price for this game of $117 on the secondary market, a 4% increase over the average Bills home game. The get-in price for this game is $41. For Cincy, this game is 32% below the average price for Cincinnati Bengals tickets on the road in 2013.
The running game could be a key for both offenses in this game. Rookie running back Giovani Bernard is averaging 4.6 yards per carry for Cincinnati and Fred Jackson is averaging 4.8 yards per carry for Buffalo. BenJarvis Green-Ellis and C.J. Spiller, the teams’ main backs have also been effective as they’ve taken the majority of carries for each team. The Bengals are coming off a game with 160 rushing yards against New England, while Buffalo has yet to rush for less than 120 yards as a team in any game. The running game could be even more important as both passing games have struggled recently. Cincinnati quarterback Andy Dalton has gone two straight games without a touchdown pass, while Buffalo will start Thaddeus Lewis, who was on the practice squad last week.
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