Buffalo Bills: TV Listings, Announcers, Coverage


Buffalo Bills: TV Listings, Announcers, Coverage

Here we are at week 2 of the preseason for the Buffalo Bills, who seem to have a caught a bug that is going around and just can’t shake it.  It is the injury bug.

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The entire running back corps has been hit by it, along with some of the receivers and the linebackers.  I don’t know if it is a good or bad thing that the quarterbacks, all three of them, seem to be immune to this, and with that statement, you can probably guess that I have just jinxed them.

So, lets get moving on the important things that you need to know to watch the, as WGR has pretty much put it for most of the week, “insert your name here” running back for the Buffalo Bills.

The Bills and Cleveland Browns are the game on tomorrow night so they have the nations spotlight.  Who would really want to watch the Browns on national television?

ESPN has the coverage for TV and coverage comes with that is their announcers based on the information that 506sports.com has provided us.

With a quick check of the local listings, the game will be televised on ABC again, that is channel 7 for the ones that are in the Buffalo area. In Rochester it will be shown on Wham (ABC/13), WTVH (CBS/5 – Syracuse) and WBNG (CBS/12 – Binghamton).

Nov 30, 2014; Orchard Park, NY, USA; Buffalo Bills running back Bryce Brown (35) carries the ball as Cleveland Browns cornerback Buster Skrine (22) chases during the second half at Ralph Wilson Stadium. Bills beat the Browns 26-10. Mandatory Credit: Kevin Hoffman-USA TODAY Sports

506sports and TWC has not provided the announcers or breakdown for the Cleveland area coverage at this point, but as a previous statement was provided, who would want to watch the Browns?

The announcers for the Buffalo region will be Rob Stone and our very own special teams specialist Steve Tasker.

For those outside of the viewing areas, there is always your Sunday NFL ticket which unfortunately does not cover the preseason games.  The NFL network will be airing the game but not until 10 am on Saturday.

So if you are out of the area and are not able to get the game on the normal outlets or stream WGR550 over the internet, one of the only other possibilities to catch the game would be to find a stream online to catch the game.

NFL.com offers the GamePass as an option to stream Live preseason games along with other features as well.  This might be an option if you don’t mind spending some money to catch your Buffalo Bills live.

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