This Sunday night game features an inter-conference matchup between the Green Bay Packers and the Buffalo Bills at Highmark Stadium in Orchard Park, New York.
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Here are the details for this Sunday Night Football event:
- Who: Green Bay Packers (3-4) at Buffalo Bills (5-1)
- When: Sunday, October 30th (EDT)
- Where: NBC.
The pregame show, hosted by Maria Taylor, starts at . Mike Tirico will call the game with Cris Collinsworth (color) and Melissa Stark (sideline).
Packers at Bills
The Packers is in a tailspin, entering this contest on a three-game losing streak after it had started its campaign with a 3-1 mark. And they are up against a Bills team that has not only dominated so far this season, recording a 5-1 record, but is also rested, coming off of its bye week.
There is not much to be said about the Packers other than that it is struggling in multiple facets of the game. There have been inaccurate passes, accurate passes that have been dropped, penalties, missed blocks, and turnovers. In fact, Green Bay has yet to win a turnover battle this year.
The team is also in its toughest stretch of the season travel-wise, as this matchup is the middle of a three-game road trip, which started with a 23-21 loss at the Commanders and ends with a game in Detroit.
Conversely, the Bills come out of their bye week with three home contests in a four-game stretch with only a relatively short road trip to face the Jets in the second weekend of this four-game stretch.
One of the biggest improvements that Buffalo has made this season versus last campaign is improving its yards-after-catch ranking from 19th to sixth.
The initial line on this game was Bills by 8.5. But betting has pushed the line far and we are now seeing it as high as 11.5 points. With a total of 47.5, we are looking at a Bills victory of 29-18. But this is the NFL and anything could happen.
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Other Sunday NFL Games
Here are all the Sunday afternoon games:
- : Denver Broncos vs Jacksonville Jaguars (ESPN+)
- : Carolina Panthers at Atlanta Falcons (Fox)
- : Chicago Bears at Dallas Cowboys (Fox)
- : Miami Dolphins at Detroit Lions (CBS)
- : Arizona Cardinals at Minnesota Vikings (Fox)
- : Las Vegas Raiders at New Orleans Saints (CBS)
- : New England Patriots at New York Jets (CBS)
- : Pittsburgh Steelers at Philadelphia Eagles (CBS)
- : Tennessee Titans at Houston Texans (CBS)
- : Washington Commanders at Indianapolis Colts (Fox)
- : San Francisco 49ers at Los Angeles Rams (Fox)
- : New York Giants at Seattle Seahawks (Fox)
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Image cropped from Brett Favre Under Center against the Bills in Orchard Park, NY by Yunggunn2k3 under CC BY-SA 3.0,
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