The Bills vs. Browns live stream and TV game will be part of just two matchups on the NFL preseason 2015 schedule for Thursday night. It’s Week 2 of the precursor to the regular season, with these two teams both sitting at 0-1, and not considered among Super Bowl contender teams. The Bills have made recent headlines due to an injury to a key player and his possible replacement. NFL live streaming online and TV coverage for this game will be featured on ESPN networks Thursday.
According to an Aug. 19 Fox Sports report, there had been rumors that the Buffalo Bills might add running back Ray Rice to the mix after LeSean McCoy suffered a hamstring injury. However, Vic Carucci of Buffalo News reported “zero” change that Rice will join the Bills. McCoy is expected to return in time for the season opener, which is certainly good news for Buffalo as he led the NFL in rushing in 2013. New head coach Rex Ryan is counting on him as an integral part of his “run-first offense.”
For the Browns, this is a team that finished 7-9 and at the bottom of an AFC North division where the other three teams made it into the postseason. It’s a tough division and they will likely continue to struggle there for the upcoming season against the Steelers, Bengals and Ravens. The quarterback position was heralded as the spot for future star Johnny Manziel, but he had his own off field issues to deal with. Josh McCown is expected to take on the role with Manziel and Thaddeus Lewis next in line.
The Cleveland Browns have low chances of winning it all in the upcoming season. Vegas future odds have them as 125 to 1 on the list to win the Super Bowl, which is good for third to last in the league. The Bills have slightly better chances and rank above the middle of the NFL teams with odds of 40 to 1. For tonight’s game, Cleveland will host and opened as one point favorites and have since risen to three point favorites. The over/under points total is set at 40 points for the game.
Thursday night’s Bills vs. Browns game has a scheduled start time of 8 p.m. Eastern Standard Time. Live TV coverage for U.S. viewers is available on the ESPN channel. Cable and satellite subscribers with access to ESPN3/WatchESPN can watch the live streaming feed online. There’s also the NFL Game Pass subscription service available for fans to watch preseason games live online, with a free one week trial available. Sirius XM Satellite radio will have live audio of tonight’s game on channels 93 and 108 starting at 8 p.m. EST.