The Bengals vs. Bills live stream and televised 2015 NFL game highlights the early part of the Sunday schedule as an undefeated Cincinnati team visits a Buffalo team trying to stay above .500 on the season. The Bengals are coming off an exciting comeback win against the Seattle Seahawks last weekend while Buffalo is looking to get their second straight win after defeating the Titans in Tennessee. The 2015 NFL live streaming and TV coverage of this game arrives from CBS and other sources.
The NFL.com website reported on Oct. 17 that the Bills will start EJ Manuel at quarterback in place of the injured Tyrod Taylor. A sprained MCL injury has been hampering Taylor and will apparently keep him out of the lineup against the 5-0 Bengals. Reportedly Taylor was trying to convince the coaching staff he was good to go, but he’ll need to be re-evaluated next week for the potential to play. Manuel was a high draft pick by the team but failed to beat out Taylor during the summer for the starting spot.
Manuel will hope his Bills’ team defense helps out as they face a Bengals team that ranks second in total offensive yards with 421.4 per game. The Bengals are also fifth best in passing, averaging 297.2 yards a game with Andy Dalton currently ranking fourth among all quarterbacks for total yards thrown. Cincinnati are also No. 12 in the league in yards per game allowed to opponents, giving up just 371.2 a game. Buffalo is at No. 17 on that list with 356.2 allowed a game, and they rank ninth in the league for pass defense as they give up just 274 yards a game in the air.
The point spread for this game first started as a pick situation but has since moved up to three points in favor of the Bengals. On the moneyline, Cincinnati is a -160 favorite while Buffalo is a +140 underdog. The over/under points total is set at 43 points for the game. The Bengals are currently listed as third in terms of favorites to win the Super Bowl, as they’re tied with Arizona at odds of 10 to 1 each. Buffalo is a bit lower down the list at 45 to 1 odds.
Sunday afternoon’s Bengals vs. Bills game has a 1 p.m. Eastern Time start time. For live television coverage, United States viewers can watch in participating regions on CBS affiliate stations. Live streaming online feeds can be seen by subscribers on their NFL Game Pass, Verizon NFL Mobile or Sunday Direct Ticket services. There’s also live audio coverage available for Sirius XM Satellite radio listeners on channels 126 and 132 for the home and away team commentary.