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How to Stream the NFL Regular Season Opener Between the Bills and Rams

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The game did not turn out to be as close as most thought with the Bills managing three touchdowns in the second half while the Rams went scoreless for a total of 31-10.

The Rams will need to make adjustments if they hope for a playoff spot although next week’s game is against a weak Atlanta Falcons team. That game is Sunday, Sep 18th at 4:05 pm (EDT) on Fox.

The Bills shouldn’t have much difficulty against the Titans on Monday Night Football, Sep 19th at 4:15 pm (EDT) on ESPN.

The preseason is over and we are just one week away from the NFL regular season. The season opener features the Buffalo Bills coming to SoFi Stadium to take on the Super Bowl champions Los Angeles Rams. The game will air at 8:20 pm (EDT) on a special edition of NBC’s Sunday Night Football on Thursday.

Just to be clear: The game is on Thursday September 8th at 8:20 pm on NBC. Don’t let the Sunday Night Footballconfuse you!

This game features two of the best teams in the league. In fact, the Bills are widely considered the best team with the highest odds of going all the way and winning the Super Bowl.

Since the game became available, the line has hardly changed. Most sports books still have the Bills -2.5 — so expected to win by less than a field goal. The total for the game is 52 or 51.5, so it’s likely to be a hard-fought but lively game.

Streaming the game should be easy as NBC is available through FuboTV, DIRECTV STREAM, Sling TV (Blue), Hulu + Live TV, YouTube TV, and, of course, Peacock Premium. And in most areas, you can watch it for free with a digital antenna.

If you want to watch Thursday Night Football for the rest of the season, you need Amazon Prime Video. It has exclusive rights for all Thursday games except for this first one and the three that air on Thanksgiving.

See our complete NFL Viewer’s Guide for the complete schedule and all you need to know to watch the whole season.

Image created from Bills and Rams both by All-Pro Reels and under CC BY-SA 2.0.

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