Will the Jaguars-Bills game be on TV in your area?

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Many thought Jacksonville’s road trip to Seattle last week represented a winnable game, as the team was without quarterback Russell Wilson and sat at just 2-5. But even with Geno Smith under center, it didn’t matter as the Seahawks surged to a 31-7 win.

The road only gets tougher this week as one of the best teams in the NFL comes to Jacksonville. The Buffalo Bills sit at 5-2 and lead the AFC East, and with an MVP candidate at quarterback in Josh Allen, winning this game won’t be easy.

In fact, it’s one of Jacksonville’s toughest matchups all season, and when the team kicks off against the Bills at TIAA Bank Field at 1 p.m. Saturday, it will do so as the biggest underdog in the NFL this week. For fans looking to watch the game locally on CBS, it will be broadcast in the orange-brown shaded areas below, per 506sports.

In addition to most of north Florida from Jacksonville to Tallahassee, the game will be televised in the southeastern part of Georgia and the extreme southern part of South Carolina. It will also be shown throughout western New York and into parts of northern Pennsylvania. Further, fans in select parts of Wyoming and Nebraska will be able to watch the game, likely as a result of the fan base Allen developed while in college at Wyoming.

Andrew Catalon and James Lofton will be on the call for CBS.

The Jaguars sit at just 1-6 and hope to salvage something from the second half of this season. But a win on Sunday is exceedingly unlikely, and it would represent what would probably be the biggest upset of the NFL season.