After The Buffalo Bills defeated the previously undefeated Denver Broncos and Atlanta Falcons in consecutive weeks, many thought the team would start to garner national attention. However, that isn’t the case this week as the Bills go on the road to Ohio to take on the Cincinnati Bengals. In fact, this might be the least amount of the country to have their eyes on a Bills game this season.
Every Wednesday during the NFL season 506sports.com, releases a color-coordinated map of which parts of the country will see each game. This week the Bills game is indicated by the bright blue color.
Anybody in New York State west of Schenectady will be able to see the Bills, as well as the Erie, PA region. Pretty much all of Ohio, except for Cleveland, will get to see the game as well as some parts of Northern Kentucky. People right outside of Boston can watch the first place team in the AFC East as well, because the third-place New England Patriots play Thursday night.