Buffalo Bills vs. Carolina Panthers Week 15 Broadcast Card

The Buffalo Bills (7-6) started the season with Super Bowl aspirations, and while those dreams are always possible, the reality of the situation is that the Bills need to start racking up wins to stay in the hunt for a place in the playoffs.

Buffalo finds itself in this precarious position after dropping back-to-back decisions against the New England Patriots and Tampa Bay Buccaneers in weeks 14 and 15. Yes, the Bills are still in possession of the last Wild Card spot in the AFC, but Buffalo is one of five teams with a 7-6 record with four regular season games remaining.

Buffalo’s quest begins with Sunday’s home game at 1 p.m. EST against the Carolina Panthers (5-8), a team the Bills and head coach Sean McDermott know very well since McDermott spent six years as Carolina’s defensive coordinator before becoming Buffalo’s head coach ahead of the 2017 season.

Buffalo’s clash with the Panthers will be FOX’s first broadcast for fans in the Buffalo and Carolina markets, as well as pockets of Connecticut, Maine, Massachusetts, Nebraska, New Hampshire, Vermont and Wyoming. (where Josh Allen played collegiately).

FOX is sending Kenny Albert (play-by-play) and former New York Jets linebacker Jonathan Vilma (analyst) and Lindsay Czarniak (sideline reporter) to Western New York for Sunday’s game.

The areas that can see the game are highlighted in green (map provided by 506sports):

Besides Buffalo hosting Carolina, the rest of FOX’s premiere slate includes the Dallas Cowboys at the New York Giants (in red), the Washington Football Team at the Philadelphia Eagles (in blue) and the Cardinals from Arizona to the Detroit Lions (in yellow). ).

Sunday’s game is the eighth all-time between these teams, with Buffalo holding a 5-2 advantage in the all-time series.

The last time Buffalo and Carolina played each other, neither team scored a touchdown in the game. The Bills – who were limited to 176 net offensive yards – sacked Cam Newton six times, led by two sacks from Jerry Hughes, but Buffalo suffered a 9-3 loss on September 17, 2017.

The last time Carolina came to Orchard Park, EJ Manuel found Stevie Johnson for a two-yard touchdown pass to lift the Bills to a 24-23 victory on September 15, 2013. Johnson had eight passes for 111 yards, CJ Spiller rushed for 103 yards on just 16 carries, and Mario Williams sacked Newton 4.5 times to set a single-game franchise record for sacks in a game.

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