The New England Patriots have cruised through their schedule so far, winning the first three games of the season with a combined score of 106-17 — their +89 scoring differential is clearly the best in the entire league. Today, however, the team will arguably face its toughest test of the young season when it will travel to Upstate New York to take on the 3-0 Buffalo Bills in a battle for the AFC East lead.
With all that in mind, let’s find out how to actually follow today’s game:
Game Information: Patriots (3-0) at Bills (3-0)
Date: Sunday, September 29, 2019
Kickoff: 1:00 p.m. ET
Location: New Era Field, Orchard Park NY
SB Nation affiliate: Buffalo Rumblings
The Patriots provide an in-depth breakdown on their website.
Broadcast team: Ian Eagle (play-by-play), Dan Fouts (color commentary), Evan Washburn (sideline)
The game will be carried locally on WBZ-TV channel 4.
Station: 98.5 FM The Sports Hub
Broadcast team: Bob Socci (play-by-play) and Scott Zolak (color commentary)
98.5 FM is available through the following stations:
- Boston MA: WBZ 98.5 FM
- Springfield MA: WAQY 102.1 FM
- Worcester MA: WWFX 100.1 FM
- Milford MA: WMRC 101.3 FM / 1490 AM
- Portland ME: WBLM 102.9 FM
- Bangor ME: WEZQ 92.9 FM
- Hartford CT: WTIC 1080 AM
- Concord NH: WNNH 99.1 FM
- Burlington VT: WCPV 101.3 FM
- Providence RI: WPRO 630 AM
For additional stations, please check out the broadcast information on patriots.com.
- Fubo (click here to sign up)
- CBS Sports App
International live streaming: International viewers can follow the game by using NFL Game Pass.
Line: Patriots -7
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The two teams’ fan bases feel quite good about their teams heading into today’s game as our latest FanPulse survey — please click here if you also want to take part in the future — shows: while 93% of New England’s followers are confident in the direction of the franchise, 84% of Buffalo’s polled fan base feels the same way about its team. This makes for one of the most optimistic matchups in the NFL this week.
Fans are quite confident in the Patriots at this point in the year but the recent developments — from James Develin being placed on injured reserve to the Antonio Brown saga — have altered the outlook for some. As a result, the Patriots’ fan base fell down from the top position it held last week with 98% and is now “only” the sixth most confident in the NFL. The top spot, meanwhile, is shared by the Kansas City Chiefs and the San Francisco 49ers.
Bills fans, on the other hand, are not quite that convinced about their team. The club had to come from behind to win in two of its first three games, after all, and will go up against arguably the best team in all of football today.
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