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Bills vs. Patriots TV map: wide coverage for Buffalo

The Bills are on a lot more TVs this week.

Matt Warren is Associate Director of NFL coverage for SB Nation and previously covered the Bills for Buffalo Rumblings for more than a decade.

The Buffalo Bills haven’t been on many televisions in the last three weeks as they’ve played in front of local audiences only. Next week they’ll be broadcast nationally on Monday Night Football and this week against the New England Patriots they’ll be on in a good chunk of the United States, too.

As you can see in the map from, the only part of the Northeast where the Bills won’t be on is centralized around New York City, which is compelled to play the Jets vs. Browns. Most of the rest of the East Coast, Upper Midwest, and South will see Rex Ryan vs. Bill Belichick as will Alaska, Hawaii, and a portion of Southern Nevada.

On the call will be Ian Eagle and Dan Fouts, CBS Sports’ number two pairing behind Jim Nantz and Phil Simms. Nantz and Simms aren’t listed on a game Sunday because they are calling Thursday Night Football and CBS has only one time slot with the doubleheader game being on FOX. The Bills and Pats are the top game on CBS this weekend.