The Buffalo Bills are going to be playing in one of the marquee matchups in the NFL in Week 16. The reason is that this matchup with the New England Patriots will potentially decide who wins the AFC East. It is not surprising that the NFL would elect to make this game between the Bills and Patriots be shown to almost every part of the country, as shown in the TV coverage map below by 506sports.com.
The Patriots beat the Bills a few weeks ago inside Highmark Stadium and it is now the Bills turn to hit the road to play at Gillette Stadium. The fact that the Patriots do already have the one win, the Bills can’t afford to be swept and still give them a good chance to win the division.
A win by the Buffalo Bills would put them back atop the division since the New England Patriots would have suffered their second division loss after a Week 1 defeat to the Miami Dolphins. The Buffalo Bills would still need to win the final two games but a win on Sunday would be a significant boost to their playoff chances.
The trips to Gillette Stadium have not always been great for the Buffalo Bills. Their trip last year, where the Bills won 38-9, was the first time they won at Gillette Stadium since 2016 when the Bills beat the Patriots 16-0.
How to watch the Buffalo Bills vs. the New England Patriots in Week 16
Time and Location: Sunday, Dec 26, 1 PM ET, Gillette Stadium, Foxborough, MA
TV Network: CBS – Broadcast Team: Ian Eagle, Charles Davis
TV Coverage Map: 506sports.com
Live Stream: fuboTV
Radio: Buffalo Bills Radio Network – John Murphy (play-by-play), Eric Wood (color analyst), Sal Capaccio (sideline reporter) Click here for the local radio station