'Low-scoring teams, maybe lowest ever: On paper, both teams actually aren’t the worst on defense. Both have strong players on the defensive line and that group appears to be the stronger side of the ball. Could that make this the lowest scoring Bills – Jets game in history? Maybe. The number to beat is 15. On Nov. 20, 1988, the Bills topped the Jets 9-6 in overtime on a Scott Norwood 30-yard field goal. On three different occasions in, 1970, 1973, and 2007, the two teams combined for 16 points. In 1966, they combined for 17. And good news, the Bills won them all.'