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Not many places outside of the two teams’ home cities will be able to watch the game on Sunday

Indianapolis Colts v Buffalo Bills Photo by Brett Carlsen/Getty Images

The Buffalo Bills host the visiting Indianapolis Colts this Sunday and, as you’d imagine for two teams with non-winning records, only those populations nearest to Buffalo and Indianapolis will be able to watch the game.

Part of the three early games for CBS, it will only be viewable in the areas highlighted in orange below. (via 506sports.com). Minnesota at Carolina gets the top CBS crew and the largest television audience.

Half of upstate New York will be able to watch the Bills this weekend, with the dividing line appearing to be the Utica/Mohawk Valley area. Those in the Capital region will see the New York Jets against the Denver Broncos. The Bills’ viewing area also extends into the northwestern counties of Pennsylvania. The Indianapolis section includes most of the state of Indiana, as well as adjacent counties in Illinois, Michigan, and Kentucky, including Louisville.

The game will be broadcast on CBS at 1:00 and will have Spero Dedes on play-by-play and Adam Archuleta doing color commentary. Steve Tasker will join them, according to Sal Capaccio. They are the sixth-ranked CBS announcing team with Tasker being a member of the seventh-ranked trio.