Viewers will watch Bills vs. Patriots live stream online and televised coverage as part of the 2015 NFL Monday Night Football schedule. It’s several games past the halfway point of the season, with New England one of the last two undefeated teams along with Carolina from the NFC. On Sunday, the Panthers moved to 10-0 to continue their march towards the postseason. Will Tom Brady and the Pats follow suit with a win over Buffalo? The Bills – Patriots NFL live streaming and TV coverage arrives through ESPN networks.
According to ESPN.com in their Nov. 23 report, Pats star Julian Edelman will be sidelined for tonight’s game as he suffered a broken left foot in the first quarter of New England’s 27-26 win over the New York Giants. Edelman is expected to be out of action for at least six weeks. Now the Buffalo Bills will try to hand the Pats their first loss of the season. However, at 5-4 and playing on the road it may be a tough task for Rex Ryan’s crew who have won back-to-back divisional games.
Those wins included Rex Ryan getting a win over his former team, the New York Jets, on the road last week 22-17. Prior to that, it was a 33-17 victory over the Miami Dolphins in Buffalo. The Bills are now 3-1 on the road, although everyone knows the story that New England is perfect at home, as well as on the road. The team seems to be on a mission this season after the “Deflategate” scandal of last postseason, where Tom Brady and the Pats eventually went on to win the Super Bowl. Now they’ll look to add another win to their perfect record with a rowdy crowd rooting them on in a cold Foxborough.
Tonight’s point spread has New England favored by a touchdown to defeat the Bills at Foxborough. The points total is at 47-1/2 for the complete game. The Bills are currently 5-4 towards the over, while the Patriots are 4-4-1 when it comes to the total. In terms of how they’ve done against the spread, Buffalo is 5-4 ATS, while New England is 5-2-2 ATS. Right now, Brady’s squad leads all teams on the future odds list to win the Super Bowl in 2016, with odds of 12 to 5 to win it all. Buffalo is a bit more of a longshot at 85 to 1.
Monday Night Football featuring the Buffalo Bills vs. New England Patriots has a scheduled start time of 8:30 p.m. Eastern Time. Live television coverage of the game will be on ESPN. For how to watch the live streaming online feed of the game, cable and satellite subscribers will need to log into their account on WatchESPN/ESPN3 website or mobile apps. NFL Game Pass, Verizon NFL Mobile or Sunday Direct Ticket subscribers can also watch the game live online. Live audio commentary is available to Sirius XM subscribers on channels 83 or 93 for the two teams.