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NFL Week 4: How to Watch Buffalo Bills at Baltimore Ravens and the Rest of the Sunday Afternoon Games

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It’s too early in the season to take records too seriously. That’s why we are highlighting two 2-1 teams this week: Buffalo Bills vs Baltimore Ravens at M&T Bank Stadium. But NFL.com has them 2nd and 7th in their power rankings. ESPN ranks them 2nd and 6th. No matter how you slice it, this is the best matchup for Sunday afternoon.

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Here are the details of this game:

  • Who: Buffalo Bills (2-1) at Baltimore Ravens (2-1)
  • When: Sunday, October 2nd (EDT)
  • Where: CBS.

Given these teams’ quality, this game will probably shown on CBS affiliates well outside the New York and Maryland areas. If that’s the case, you have some options. See our Out-of-Market NFL Guide for more information.

These are the other games that CBS affiliates will be playing at that time:

If you aren’t focused on your home team, you may want to sign up for NFL Sunday Ticket. It allows you to watch the Bills at the Ravens game — and every other out-of-market game. You can get all the details in our Sunday Ticket review.

Here are the rest of the games on Sunday during the day:

The Buffalo Bills are expected to win this game. The opening line was a field goal. But since then, the line has crept up to Bills -3.5. That represents a moneyline of Bills -175; Ravens +145.

And since both teams are known for their strong offenses, this is expected to be a high-scoring game with a total (over/under) of 51.5 points. That represents a final score of 28-24, Bills.

Streaming Options

Sunday afternoon NFL games air on either CBS or Fox. And some weeks, there is a morning game (like this week) that airs on NFL Network.

The following streaming services offer your local affiliates for these networks. They also all offer the option of NFL RedZone, which allows you to watch all the Sunday afternoon games at the same time.

Note: DIRECTV STREAM also offers great sports packages starting at $74.99/mo. But it does not offer the option of NFL Network or NFL RedZone. See our DIRECTV STREAM review.

You can watch most of these Sunday afternoon games for free OTA with a digital antenna.

Featured image created from Lamar Jackson and Josh Allen both by All-Pro Reels under CC BY-SA 2.0.

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