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Buffalo Bills vs. Miami Dolphins: television broadcast map, announcers

Can you watch Sunday’s game? It’s a limited map.

The Buffalo Bills (6-3) and Miami Dolphins (2-7) square off in South Beach at 1 p.m. Eastern Sunday, as the two longtime AFC East rivals complete their season series.

The Bills remain as the fifth seed in the AFC playoff race and are looking to rebound from a disappointing 19-16 loss to the Cleveland Browns. Meanwhile, the Dolphins enter on a surprising two-game winning streak after opening the season with seven consecutive losses.

The contest will be the featured national broadcast among the early games only for fans living in the Bills’ and Dolphins’ primary markets. This includes nearly all of New York state (excluding the New York City market), the northwestern portion of Pennsylvania (including Erie), and south Florida.

CBS’ No. 6 broadcasting team of Spero Dedes (play-by-play) and Adam Archuleta (analyst) will handle the Bills/Dolphins game.

The areas that can see the game are highlighted in green (map courtesy of 506sports):

On CBS, most of the country will see the Houston Texans travel to face the Baltimore Ravens (in red), followed by the Denver Broncos at Minnesota Vikings (blue), and Jacksonville Jaguars at Indianapolis Colts (yellow).

This will be the 112th meeting all-time between the Bills and Dolphins.

The Dolphins lead the series 61-49-1, with Buffalo prevailing 31-21 on Oct. 20, 2019. Buffalo trailed 14-9 heading into the fourth quarter of that Week 7 contest, but Josh Allen connected on touchdown tosses to John Brown (20 yards) and Cole Beasley (three yards), and Micah Hyde returned an onside kick attempt 45 yards to seal the win.