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Broadcast Information: Patriots at Bills

Posted Sep 28, 2012

TELEVISION (CBS, 1 p.m. ET):
On the Call: Greg Gumbel (play-by-play); Dan Dierdorf (analyst) 

BILLS RADIO NETWORK (click for complete listing of affiliates):
On the Call: John Murphy (play-by-play), Mark Kelso (analyst), Joe Buscaglia (sideline)
Where to listen: Buffalo – WGR550 (550AM); Rochester – WCMF (96.5FM), WROC (950AM); Toronto - FAN (590AM); Syracuse - WTKW (99.5FM/WTKV 105.5FM)

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GAME NOTES
The Buffalo Bills host the New England Patriots in Week Four at Ralph Wilson Stadium on Sunday at 1 p.m. This week’s game will be the 104th regular season meeting between the two teams.

With a win over the Patriots on Sunday, the Bills will:
• Defeat New England in consecutive seasons for the first time since 1999-2000

BILLS-PATRIOTS REGULAR SEASON SERIES
• Overall regular season record: 41-61-1
• Bills at home vs. Patriots: 22-28-1
• Last meeting at home: 9/25/2011, W 34-31
• First regular season meeting: 9/23/1960, W 13-0 @ Boston
• Last regular season meeting: 1/1/2012, L 21-49 @ New England

Buffalo will head to the West Coast with back-to-back road games at San Francisco in Week Five and at Arizona in Week Six, with both kickoffs slated for 1 p.m. ET.

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