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Buffalo Bills vs. Miami Dolphins, Week 16 television map

The Bills and Dolphins won’t be on as many screens as the Jets 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 and Miami Dolphins are one of several games with playoff implications on CBS this Saturday. With that in mind, the game is also one of the smallest television viewing maps of the week as most of the country will get to see the hapless New York Jets instead. Marry Christmas, everyone!

The green area is going to get the Bills vs. Dolphins. That includes Western and parts of Central New York and northwest portions of Pennsylvania. Florida (outside of Jacksonville) and parts of Georgia and Alabama make up Miami’s home market. A few interesting blips include Fort Smith, Arkansas and Spokane, Washington.

The game will be called by the number three team at CBS, Greg Gumbel and Trent Green. Buffalo had the seventh-ranked announcing duo a week ago so this will be a welcome upgrade. New England and the Jets playing what’s expected to be a blowout is getting a surprising amount of television coverage, even for a base market as large as New York.

Will you be able to watch on Saturday?