The Buffalo Bills will be welcoming in the Cincinnati Bengals to Ralph Wilson Stadium for a Week 6 matchup of AFC teams. Buffalo 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. The $117 average is 32% below the average price of Bengals tickets on the road this season.
The Bills have made huge strides on defense this season, behind rookie linebacker Kiko Alonso. Alonso already has four interceptions and is quickly becoming the early leader for Defensive Rookie of the Year. The defense has also been aided by a return to dominance from defensive end Mario Williams. Williams has 7.5 sacks through five games this season after recording just 10.5 in all 16 games in 2012. On the offensive side of the ball, the Bills will be without starter EJ Manuel at quarterback and will start Thaddeus Lewis over rookie Jeff Tuel. The Bengals are allowing opposing quarterbacks to complete 58.2% of their passes, but were able to hold New England and quarterback Tom Brady to only 166 passing yards and six points last week.
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