The Buffalo Bills (1-1) are back home in Orchard Park this Sunday and are facing one of the hottest teams in the NFL, the Denver Broncos (2-0). Arriving nearly at the same time as the Broncos is an intense heatwave that will surely make this game sweltering for nearly everyone at New Era Field. Buffalo is coming off of a deflating 9-3 loss at the hands of Cam Newton and the Carolina Panther while Denver defeated the Dallas Cowboys with ease, 42-17 at Sports Authority Field at Mile High. Here’s everything you need to know about how to watch, listen or stream 1 pm the game. Announcers: Spero Dedes and Adam Archuleta Coverage areas are in green WGR-550 Kickoff temperature: 84 degrees, sunny, and
As ESPN viewers watch the kickoff to next week’s “Monday Night Football” game between the Dallas Cowboys and the Arizona Cardinals, ESPN executives will be attempting a pivotal play all their own. Monday’s broadcast day will be the first on which ESPN will offer a live “total audience” number that reflects both traditional TV watching as well as viewing via streaming services, executives said Friday. ESPN and Nielsen, the media-measurement firm upon whose data the industry relies, will add to that number over the next few weeks, adding in viewing done on mobile screens as well as viewing done via “out of home” sources, like TVs in bars and hotels.
Thanks for providing the Cowboys with some bulletin board material, Todd Gurley, but they're a little busy focusing on Monday's game against the Arizona Cardinals right now. After the Los Angeles Rams beat the San Francisco 41-39 on Thursday night, Gurley was feeling himself and his team. And he's got a bold prediction for Week 4. "Next week, we've got Dallas. We've got a little break. So we're gonna whoop up" on the Cowboys, he told NFL Network's postgame show. After going 4-12 last year, the Rams are off to a 2-1 start. Gurley has already racked up six touchdowns, including three in Thursday's 113-yard performance. The Thursday game will give the Rams plenty of time to gameplan for the Cowboys