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All of the ways to watch Sunday’s game

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tThe Buffalo Bills (4-2) are one of only three teams in the NFL with a perfect home record— along with the 2-0 Seattle Seahawks and the 3-0 Philadelphia Eagles— and Buffalo will look to remain undefeated at home when the Oakland Raiders travel to New Era Field at 1 p.m. Sunday for an important AFC showdown.

The Bills and Raiders, former American Football League rivals, have met 40 times, with the Raiders owning a 21-19 edge. Buffalo prevailed both times the teams met in the playoffs, including routing the (Los Angeles) Raiders 51-3 in the AFC championship game to advance to the franchise’s first-ever Super Bowl during the 1990 season.

The last time the Bills hosted the Raiders, Buffalo rallied from a 21-3 halftime deficit en route to a 38-35 win on Sept. 18, 2011. Ryan Fitzpatrick tossed three second-half touchdowns and Fred Jackson ran for a pair of scores to spark the comeback.

Here’s how to watch the game from home:

Oakland Raiders (3-4) at Buffalo Bills (4-2)

  • Game Date/Time: Sunday, October 29, 1:00 p.m.
  • Location: New Era Field, Orchard Park, N.Y.
  • TV: CBS (WIVB 4 in Buffalo, WROC 8 in Rochester, WKTV 2 in Syracuse, WBNG 12 in Elmira)
  • Announcers: Play-by-play Andrew Catalon, color analyst James Lofton (Broadcast map)
  • Radio: WGR 550AM (Buffalo), Fan 590 (Toronto), WCFM 96.5 and WROC 950 AM (Rochester), and WKTW 99.5/WKTV 105.5 (Syracuse) and the rest of the Buffalo Bills radio network
  • Radio Play-by-Play: John Murphy and Mark Kelso in the booth with Sal Capaccio on the sidelines

Online: NFL Game Pass, NFL.com Game Center

Thursday injury report: Full participants (Buffalo): Preston Brown (shoulder), Cordy Glenn (ankle/foot). Did not practice: Charles Clay (knee), E.J. Gaines (hamstring), Ramon Humber (thumb), Richie Incognito (ankle), Jordan Poyer (knee). Oakland: Limited participants: Cory James (knee), Marquel Lee (ankle), Nicholas Morrow (ankle), Marshall Newhouse (foot), Lee Smith (knee). Did not practice: David Amerson (foot), Gareon Conley (shin), Karl Joseph (groin).