The Buffalo Bills travel to face the Baltimore Ravens this Sunday in the season opener for both teams, and while the Bills and Bills Mafia have strong ties around the world, the 2018 opener is only being shown on CBS in the Buffalo and Baltimore markets.
Thanks to 506sports.com, we’re able to see what parts of the country will get to watch the Bills this weekend, and unless you live in either the Buffalo or Baltimore viewing market, chances are good this game isn’t your featured national telecast.
The areas that will get to see Buffalo are highlighted in yellow.
A majority of CBS’ early-game audience will see the Houston Texans traveling to Foxboro for a showdown with the New England Patriots, with Buffalo/Baltimore, Pittsburgh/Cleveland (in green), and Cincinnati/Indianapolis (orange) rounding out the regional coverage.
CBS’ number four team of Kevin Harlan and Rich Gannon will be on the call for Buffalo’s season opener.
This will be Buffalo’s second time opening the season in Baltimore in the last three years, as the Bills fell to the Ravens 13-7 on Sept. 11, 2016.