Jets-Bills Game Delayed Due To Major Equipment Malfunction

The New York Jets and Buffalo Bills are in the midst of a very crucial, close fought battle at MetLife Stadium, but unfortunately, the game is now in a delay of over 10 minutes due to a major equipment malfunction, that hasn't yet been resolved.

The Jets were driving to start the second half, down deep in Bills territory, when the sky-cam above the field had a cable snapped, and given the length of the cables, which span the entire field, making a return to play a continued delay. 

As of now, it looks like the sky-cam has simply been taken down in order for the game to continue, but this certainly isn't a great look for the NFL, who don't want delays of nearly 15 minutes, especially when it will affect the presentation of the game. The 15 minute delay is now over, as the game has resumed, but this was certainly something no one expected coming into Week 9, so thankfully for the fans and both teams, this fantastic matchup has restarted.

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