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The Bills playoff push will be seen far and wide this Sunday

NFL: New England Patriots at Buffalo Bills Timothy T. Ludwig-USA TODAY Sports

This Sunday, when the Buffalo Bills play the New England Patriots, they will be playing relevant football late in December for the first time in a long time. That in itself is a reason for many people to watch. But since Buffalo is playing the darlings of the NFL, a lot of people will be able to watch it from their own homes.

According to 506Sports.com, the areas of the map highlighted in red will be seeing the Bills take on their AFC East rival this week.

The game can be seen on CBS at 1 p.m. Sunday, and it will feature the network’s number one broadcast team of Jim Nantz on play-by-play and Tony Romo on color commentary. Even if the game doesn’t go as planned for Bills fans, at least they will be able to appreciate a great announcing duo, something Buffalo doesn’t have too often.

Regardless of what happens Sunday, the Bills can not clinch a playoff spot, or be eliminated. This means that Week 17 in Miami will be extremely meaningful, as well.