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The Buffalo Bills enter week 14 at 7-5 and are looking to take on the Denver Broncos in their first match-up of a tough December that stands in front of them and their first entry into the playoffs for 14 years.
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The Buffalo Bills are bringing in one of the top defenses in the league and are leading the league in sacks with 48. The Broncos lost to the Rams that were able to bring pressure with only 4 rushers and kept 7 back. The Bills are one of the only other teams that are able to do this each ad every game no matter who they are facing. This will be the main key for the Bills. The defense needs to be on today and get pressure to Peyton Manning. If they can get a turnover or two that will help out the cause as well.
Here are the particulars for the game.
Time: 4:05 pm
Announcers: Kevin Harlan and Rich Gannon
TV Listings: CBS-TV Late Game
Coverage: The game will be picked up covering most of the state. It will also be seen in most of the Mid-West. Not too surprising that the Omaha, Nashville, Knoxville areas are picking the game up either. The Tampa Bay area and the New Orleans area will also be getting the game.
Announcers: John Murphy (play by play), Mark Kelso (analyst), Sal Capaccio (sideline)
Radio: Buffalo – WGR550 (550AM); Toronto- Fan 590; Rochester – WCMF (96.5) and WROC (950AM); Syracuse – WKRL (100.9/WKLL 94.9)
If you are outside the coverage areas NFL.com offers a couple of options that may work for you.
"NFL Game Rewind (for fans inside the U.S.) and Game Pass (available only outside of the U.S.) deliver to fans every play of every 2013 NFL Regular Season online in HD on a computer or tablet device.Other features include:• Commercial-free viewing• DVR controls to let fans pause, rewind, and replay live and archived game action (after the game has aired on television)• Condensed broadcasts that allow for viewing a complete game in approximately 30 minutes• Telestrator functionality and the exclusive “All-22” coaches viewing angle• Archived games from the 2009 season to present day, inlcuding playoffs and over 20 historic Super Bowl games• Dual/Quad View: enjoy picture-in-picture or up to four videos simultaneously• Big Play Markers: Instantly view the biggest and most pivotal plays of on-demand games– BuffaloBills.com"
There is also DirecTV that offers their Sunday NFL ticket as well as the WGR 550 app for your iPhone or Android device to listen live.