The Jets, who will be playing at home in MetLife Stadium, are favored in the NFL odds for their Week 1 meeting with division rival Buffalo.

Some big things have happened for each of these teams during the offseason…

New York’s main storyline was that revolving around the signing of Tim Tebow, who immediately became out of favor as the starting quarterback in Denver once Peyton Manning was brought on board.

Tebow wasn’t exactly welcomed with open arms by teammates, but he definitely adds another dimension to the Jets.

For now, Mark Sanchez remains the starter, with Tebow backing him up. How soon do you think we’ll see the former Gator under center?

The Bills meanwhile made some huge splashes in free agency, signing prized defensive end Mario Williams and also getting Mark Anderson. Williams should make an immediate impact for a Buffalo defense that already has some talented players.

For this Week 1 AFC East battle, we’re forecasting a tough, defensive 60 minutes of football.

Everyone knows that the Jets, when at their best, are a top-five defense, led by Darrelle Revis in the secondary. The Bills are going to have trouble beating New York through the air, with Ryan Fitzpatrick only really having Stevie Johnson as a legitimate wide receiver option.

Buffalo instead is likely to get their ground game going, with Fred Jackson and CJ Spiller one of the more dangerous duos around.

The Jets have Shonn Greene at running back, but maybe Sanchez will get a little more freedom to pass down the field. He has serviceable targets like Santonio Holmes, Stephen Hill and Dustin Keller to rely on.

In the end, New York has to be the favorite to win here, but we wouldn’t be surprised in the least to see the Bills keep this close or even score a Week 1 upset.