Looking forward to this AFC East rematch between the Buffalo Bills and New England Patriots? Check here where you can catch this contest.
The New England Patriots are headed to the NFL playoffs for a record-tying ninth straight year. The Buffalo Bills are 8-6 and still very much in the postseason picture. It’s a place that the franchise hasn’t been since way back in 1999, the season in which the club was on the wrong end of the “Music City Miracle” in Nashville.
Bill Belichick and Tom Brady come off a hard-earned 27-24 win at Pittsburgh and is now in the driver’s seat when it comes to home-field advantage in the AFC playoffs. It’s a matchup of two longtime AFC East rivals who each have a lot to play for. So where can we watch this important meeting? That includes a 23-3 victory just three weeks earlier in upstate New York, a contest lowlighted by Patriots’ tight end Rob Gronkowski’s late hit on Bills’ rookie cornerback Tre’Davious White.
How can I watch the Bills and Patriots?
The top crew at CBS – Jim Nantz (play-by-play), Tony Romo (analyst) and Tracy Wolfson (field reporter) – have the call at 1:00 pm ET from Gillette Stadium. Want to catch the game on your favorite app? There’s a multitude of options, including NFL Sunday Ticket MAX, NFL Game Pass, Fubo and Verizon NFL Mobile.
Given the fact that the Buffalo Bills are 8-6 and still in the playoff hunt, some may think that the New England Patriots being an 11.5-point home favorite (thanks to the staff at OddsShark) may be a bit of a high number. But let’s not forget the success that Brady and Belichick have had in this series.