Watch Bills vs Raiders Live: The Buffalo Bills will take on the Las Vegas Raiders at 4:25 p.m. ET Sunday at Allegiant Stadium. Buffalo is coming into the contest with an unblemished 3-0 record.
Last week, the Bills narrowly escaped with a win as the squad sidled past the Los Angeles Rams 35-32. Kudos to the oddsmakers for accurately forecasting both the winner and the close margin. Buffalo QB Josh Allen was slinging it as he passed for four TDs and 311 yards on 33 attempts in addition to punching in one rushing touchdown.
Buffalo’s victory brought them up to 3-0 while Las Vegas’ loss pulled them down to 2-1. Two stats to keep in the back of your head while watching: The Bills enter the matchup with ten passing touchdowns, good for second best in the NFL. But the Raiders rank third in the league when it comes to passing touchdowns allowed, with only three on the season. These opposing strengths should make for an exciting matchup.
How To Watch
When: Sunday at 4:25 p.m. ET
Where: Allegiant Stadium — Paradise, Nevada
The NFL is back and there will be plenty of ways to catch games this season. CBS holds the rights to air NFL games and usually broadcasts two games every Sunday.
The Week 2 NFL schedule is stacked with great matchups. Our NFL Nation reporters bring us the keys to every game, a bold prediction for each matchup and final score picks.
Additionally, ESPN Stats & Information provides a stat to know for each game, and the Football Power Index (FPI) goes inside the numbers with a matchup rating (on a scale of 1 to 100) and a game projection. ESPN Fantasy’s Kyle Soppe and ESPN Chalk’s Dave Bearman hand out helpful nuggets as well. It’s all here to help get you ready for a loaded weekend of NFL football.
CBS All Access is another ideal option for watching games online. In addition to a back catalog of CBS shows, plus some shows like Star Trek: Picard, this service also lets you watch your local CBS station and that channel’s games in your market as they air live.
Despite the coronavirus pandemic pushing things back a ways, the 2020-21 NFL season is finally kicking off this week. The first week of Sunday games across the country are get underway starting today at 10 a.m. PT/1 p.m. ET.
FOX typically broadcasts two NFC games on Sunday afternoons since they hold the rights to the NFC matchups. The network will also air “Thursday Night Football” games beginning with Week 4.
ESPN will televise all 17 “MNF” games, while Amazon Prime will broadcast 11 Thursday night games beginning with Week 4.
The NFL Network and NFL Redzone announced that the channels will be available to watch on YouTube TV. The two channels are a part of YouTube TV’s new add-on package, Sports Plus and would give subscribers access to live exclusive games live studio shows.
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