Bills expect packed Ford Field

— -- ALLEN PARK, Mich. -- The Buffalo Bills are expecting a full stadium for Monday night's rescheduled game against the New York Jets at Ford Field in Detroit.

After being made available Saturday morning, a full distribution of free tickets already has been handed out for the game.

"It's incredible to think that that many tickets have been distributed in that short period of time," Bills president Russ Brandon said Saturday night. "We're looking forward to a robust house that night, and hopefully we'll have a lot of Bills fans in there as well."

The capacity of Ford Field is 65,000, but Brandon does not expect fans to be turned away.

"With free tickets, your no-show rate has a tendency to be higher," Brandon said.

The Bills are offering full refunds for fans who held tickets to Sunday's originally scheduled game at Ralph Wilson Stadium. Even if fans receive a refund, they can use those tickets at Ford Field on Monday night.

While seating is general admission, the Bills will have "preferred seating" between the 20-yard lines for those who held tickets to Sunday's game.

"Those individuals have the opportunity to sit behind our bench area and root us on," Brandon said.