Nov 11, 2012; Foxborough, MA, USA; Buffalo Bills quarterback Ryan Fitzpatrick (14) and the offense line up against the New England Patriots defense during the third quarter at Gillette Stadium. The Patriots defeated the Bills 37-31. Mandatory Credit: Stew Milne-USA TODAY Sports

Buffalo Bills: TV Listings, Coverage and Announcers


Coming into the final week of the season, the Buffalo Bills have a couple of things to play for.

They are playing against the New England Patriots.  Enough Said.  A Win would mean the world for them.  Second, the team has 3 guys with 10 or more sacks; Kyle, Mario and Jerry.  They are looking to get Marcel 2.5 sacks so he can join the club.  The Bills have already passed the team sack record and can only increase on it right now.  They are also playing for a 4-2 record in the division, which would be a great improvement from previous years.  They will also be playing for their first 7 win season in a couple of years as well.  This would be a better record than Gailey had in his tenure here in Buffalo.

For the game in Foxboro, the game has been flexed to the 4:25 time slot on CBS.

The Announcers for the game will be Ian Eagle and Dan Fouts, we have seen them before on a couple of occasions.

The flex schedule has been used during weeks 11-17 to ensure quality match-ups for the viewers to watch.  With this move, there will be four available games in the afternoon for most markets, two on CBS and two on Fox.  This has also been a move made on week 17 to create a doubleheader for football.

 

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  • Rob Dotzler

    Stay classy you piece of sh*t league called the NFL. The Sabres had a schedule that wouldn’t interfere with games on the home town slate. Now, my 87 year old (soon to 88 year old) father in law has to choose which game to watch. It’s not like he has the skills to work a modern 70 button remote on the fly. It annoyed me a bit, but I’ll just dvr it, but even if he had that feature, he’d be lost. It’s not like he’s stupid or frail or spent or senile or any other issue except he is old. A big F*ck you to Buffalo fans, nothing new at all from this league as can be addressed during every single game, or season. I won’t bother to cite examples, you can do the math. Let the heckling begin. My skin is thicker than most, I grew up in Buffalo winters, just like anyone else that lives above the 43rd lattitude. We’re the rhino’s of the North, mock away because we can take it, you’re all going to die from hurricanes, inbreeding, tornadoes and the Devil bringing back the dinosaurs anyhow. Right after that happens, the Bills will win a Super Bowl and the Sabres will win a Stanley Cup, though the Sabres will have to wait for that earthquake that forces the League headquarters out of Toronto after the Bruce nuclear plant releases radiation into Lake Ontario. They’ll be forced to move to Saskatoon, but I don’t think they hold a grudge against Buffalo quite as much as Toronto does.

  • Nematocyte

    You sound like my type of person.

  • Rob Dotzler

    I might be Nematocyte, I might be. But I can only see so far into the future, we’ll have to wait for the mutated apples from the southern part of Lake Ontario to develop before we can compare notes, you know, from that earthquake and ensuing release of nuclear radiation… That’s where I get my visions from and if the radiation is normal, like now, we have to wait and see.

  • Nematocyte

    Call me, I’m with you on this and we have a lot to talk about.

  • Rob Dotzler

    I called last night. You must have been sleeping and didn’t hear me come through your teeth filings. Or you might have been wearing your foil cap, who knows, it was late after all.