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The Northeast is going to get a solid dose of Buffalo this week

NFL: Miami Dolphins at Buffalo Bills Mark Konezny-USA TODAY Sports

The Buffalo Bills are alive in the playoff race heading into the final week of the season for the first time in a long time. Because of that, a lot of people in the northeast parts of the country will get to see Buffalo take on the Miami Dolphins.

506sports.com comes out with the coverage map every week to let out-of-market fans know if they’ll be able to see their team. This week, parts of the country getting the Bills game are highlighted in yellow.

Outside of the northeast section of the country, the only other part of the U.S. getting the Bills on local TV is the southern-most parts Florida, home to the Miami Dolphins.

If you aren’t in the yellow section, fear not. The places highlighted in red will still be able to follow the Bills pursuit of the playoffs. They will get to see the Baltimore Ravens take on the Cincinnati Bengals. CBS is sure to provide updates throughout the afternoon of what is happening in the other games, as well.

In Miami, Andrew Catalon and former Bills player James Lofton will be on the call for the 4:25 p.m. Eastern kickoff.