Much of the country had a chance to see rookie quarterback Josh Allen lead the Buffalo Bills (1-3) in action against the Minnesota Vikings and Green Bay Packers, with the Bills splitting those two games against NFC North contenders.
When the Bills return home to New Era Field for Sunday’s 1 p.m. Eastern clash with the Tennessee Titans (3-1), a much smaller portion of the national viewing audience will be able to catch this game—with the Bills looking to rebound from a 22-0 shellacking at Lambeau.
Thanks to 506sports.com, we’re able to see what parts of the country will be able to watch the Bills this weekend. This game is CBS’ featured 1 p.m. telecast for a majority of New York State (west of Albany) and the northernmost portion of Pennsylvania, along with the state of Tennessee, and portions of Mississippi and Arkansas.
CBS’ No. 6 broadcasting team of Spero Dedes (play-by-play) and Adam Archuleta (analyst) will handle the Bills/Titans clash.
The areas that can see Buffalo are highlighted in orange.
The national audience is rather divided this week, with the majority of the country seeing either the Jacksonville Jaguars travel to the Kansas City Chiefs (in red), or the Denver Broncos travel to the New York Jets (purple). The other 1 p.m. games feature the Miami Dolphins traveling to the Cincinnati Bengals (yellow), and the Baltimore Ravens traveling to the Cleveland Browns (teal).
The Titans lead the all-time series 28-17. The last time the Bills traveled to Nashville, Buffalo escaped with a 14-13 win on Oct. 11, 2015. In that game, Tyrod Taylor engineered one of the few fourth-quarter comebacks of his Buffalo career, hitting Chris Hogan for a two-yard touchdown strike with 4:25 remaining to put the Bills on top for good.