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Buffalo Bills at Las Vegas Raiders: Television broadcast map, announcers

No national love for Buffalo’s first-ever trip to play in Las Vegas.

The Buffalo Bills (3-0) make the first of three trips to the West Coast on Sunday for a Week 4 clash with the Las Vegas Raiders (2-1) at 4:25 p.m. EDT at Allegiant Stadium.

Coming off a thrilling 35-32 victory over the Los Angeles Rams to remain one of seven undefeated squads in the NFL, the Bills will make their first-ever trip to Las Vegas to face the Raiders, who are in their first season playing in Vegas.

No fans will be allowed in the game, and the national exposure for this matchup will be limited, too.

The contest will be the featured national broadcast among the early games only for fans living in the Bills’ and Raiders’ primary markets. CBS’s No. 6 broadcasting team of Spero Dedes (play-by-play) and Adam Archuleta (analyst) will handle the Bills/Raiders game.

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

The late CBS audience will predominantly see the the New England Patriots traveling to take on the defending champion Kansas City Chiefs (in red).

This will be the 42nd meeting all-time between the Bills and Raiders.

The Raiders lead the series 21-20, with Buffalo prevailing 34-14 on Oct. 29, 2017 at New Era Field. The Bills have won three of the last five meetings with the Raiders, but the Raiders won the last matchup that took place on the West Coast, 38-24 on Dec. 4, 2016 in a game where Buffalo blew a 24-9 third-quarter lead by allowing 29 unanswered points to end the game.