Per a report from John Ourand and Terry Lefton in the Sports Business Journal, the NFL is currently seeking out a digital company to broadcast a regular season game online next season - and that the league is looking at the three games taking place in London, with 9:30 a.m. ET kickoff times, as likely candidates.
"The NFL has not made a final decision, but sources say it is looking closely at the Bills-Jaguars game in London on Oct. 25," the report says.
In addition, the report specifies that the league is mostly doing the one-game stream as a test, to see which digital partners might be most interested in becoming paying content partners with the NFL down the line - and whether or not that's feasible in the immediate future.
In essence, then, the Bills-Jaguars game at Wembley would reach "guinea pig" status for something very cool. Here's to hoping that both teams raise their level of play from previous Bills-Jags contests if the experiment does, indeed, involve them.