The Buffalo Bills (3-7) welcome the Jacksonville Jaguars (3-7) to New Era Field for a 1 p.m. Eastern clash Sunday afternoon, and like many of the Bills previous games, the national exposure for this Week 12 showdown will be limited.
Only fans living in the Buffalo and Jacksonville primary and secondary television markets will get to watch the game as CBS’ 1 p.m. Eastern national telecast.
The No. 6 broadcasting team of Spero Dedes (play-by-play) and Adam Archuleta (analyst) will handle the Bills/Jags clash.
The areas that can see the game are highlighted in green (map courtesy of 506sports):
The national CBS audience gets to watch the New England Patriots travel to face the New York Jets (in red), while the rest of the country is divided between the Bills/Jaguars, the Cleveland Browns traveling to face the Cincinnati Bengals (in purple), and the Oakland Raiders traveling east to face the Baltimore Ravens (in yellow).
Sunday’s meeting will be the 17th all-time between the Bills and the Jaguars, with the Bills and Jaguars having split the previous 16 matchups, including Jacksonville’s 10-3 win over Buffalo in the Wild Card round of the 2017 playoffs.
The last time Buffalo welcomed Jacksonville to Western New York, the Bills emerged with a 28-21 win on Nov. 27, 2016, behind two rushing touchdowns and 103 rushing yards from LeSean McCoy, and a 16-yard passing TD from Tyrod Taylor to Justin Hunter (capped with a two-point conversion run by McCoy) that gave the Bills the lead for good.