The New England Patriots visit their AFC East rival Buffalo Bills at Ralph Wilson Stadium in Buffalo NY on Sunday at 1 p .m.
The Patriots (12-2) are 5-2 on the road, 3-1 against the AFC East and 8-2 in the conference. The Bills (4-10) are 2-5 at home, 1-3 in the division and 3-7 against the AFC.
Here are the rosters for the Patriots and Bills. Here are the depth charts for the Patriots and Bills.
As of Wednesday the line on the game is Patriots minus 8. The over/under is 44.
My prediction is Patriots 38, Bills, 21 . Give the points (Patriots) and take the over. I am 7-5-2 against the spread and 10 for 14 on calling the over/under in 2010.
Tickets to the game, if available, may be purchased through Ticketmaster. You can check the availability here. When a game is sold out you can also find NFL game tickets through the leagues ticket exchange program.
Getting To The Game
If you’re lucky enough to be going to the game in Buffalo make sure you check out the links.
Here is the up to date weather forecast for the game from weather.com.
Click for all the game day information including stadium directions, parking and stadium information, parking map and a Ralph Wilson Stadium seating chart.
Here's a bunch of different tailgating recipes from Tailgating America. There's something there for everyone and every type of meal or snack. I've tried some of the recipes and they're very good. And with tailgating many people enjoy some adult beverages. With that in mind check out Drink Nation for how to make all sorts of great drinks. You can look things up by name, ingredient(s) or by theme. Whether it's at the game, a bar or someones house moderation is always the key to a great time. Please don't drink and drive and designate a sober driver. Remember You Drink, You Drive, You Lose.
CBS is televising the game regionally and Kevin Harlan will do the play-by-play while Solomon Wilcots will handle the game analysis. You can see if you are getting the game and look your local affiliate.
The DirecTV feed of the game is Channel 704.
Here's a wonderful Wikipedia page on all the rules for NFL TV broadcasts including explaining the flex scheduling, blackout policies and commercial breaks.
The Patriots Radio Network broadcasts the game from flagship station WBZ-FM, 98.5 the Sports Hub in Boston. Gil Santos handles the play-by-play and former Patriot Gino Cappelletti does the color. It all starts with Gary Tanguay, Scott Zolak and Andy Gresh and the pregame show at 10 a.m. along the network. The post game starts after the final gun and continues for three hours.
If you are outside of the broadcast area of the stations on the Patriots Radio Network you can purchase NFL Field Pass which allows you to listen to any NFL game live. You can also pick which teams broadcasters you want to listen to.
All NFL games are also available on Sirius Satellite Radio. The Patriots Radio Network call is available on Channel 127, the Bills Radio Network has John Murphy calling the game while former Bills DB Mark Kelso provide the game analysis. Their call is available on Channel 130. Since the satellite merger XM Satellite Radio also carries all the NFL games and in most cases has just the radio call of the home team. You can catch the Bills radio call (home feed) of game on XM Channel 104.
Patriots All-Access features behind the scenes looks, interviews and breakdowns with head coach Bill Belichick and in-depth features on the team. It's hosted by Steve Burton of WBZ-TV (Boston) and airs weekly in most New Engand television markets.
Boston - TV 38 and Providence - WNAC Friday at 7p.m. and Sunday at 9 a.m.; Manchester - WMUR Saturday at midnight; WMTW in Portland Saturday at 5 a.m.; WCTX - Hartford Saturday at 5 p.m.; WFXQ - Springfield Saturday at 7 p.m. and Bangor - WVII Sunday at 11 a.m.
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