The Buffalo Bills come into their Week 12 game on a three-game losing streak. Lucky for Buffalo, the Kansas City Chiefs have lost three of their last four games. Sunday could be the day one team gets back on track and the other’s season takes yet another tumble toward irrelevancy.
According to 506sports.com, a massive portion of the country is going to see these two struggling teams face off Sunday; pretty much the entire western half of the country will have this one. With only three games in the 1 p.m. time slot on CBS due to five nationally televised games - and no one wanting to watch the Cincinnati Bengals and Cleveland Browns - it’s a huge map.
The areas that will see this game are marked blue in the map below.
With their largest national audience of the season since their blowout loss to the New York Jets, the Bills can redeem themselves for the team’s recent poor play if they earn a victory here.
The game will be broadcast on CBS at 1:00 and will have Greg Gumbel on play-by-play and Trent Green on color commentary. They are the third-ranked CBS announcing team.