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Bills at Chiefs | How to watch, stream & listen | Week 14


Buffalo Bills (6-6) at Kansas City Chiefs (8-4) | Sunday, Dec. 10 at 4:25 p.m. on CBS

It's time for one of the most anticipated AFC matchups of the year as the Bills travel to Kansas City to face the Chiefs. The Bills enter the game looking to make a late-season playoff push and have a lot riding on this matchup. Buffalo has won their last two regular season matchups in Kansas City and will aim to make it three straight on Sunday.

Here's how fans can watch Josh Allen and the Bills take on Patrick Mahomes and the Chiefs in Week 14.

How to Watch on TV

  • Channel: CBS, WIVB-TV (Buffalo)
  • Play-by-Play: Jim Nantz
  • Color Analyst: Tony Romo
  • Sideline Reporter: Tracy Wolfson

Stream the Bills on Paramount+

  • Stream the NFL on CBS with Paramount Plus! Subscribers can watch their live local games across devices all season long.
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Watch the Bills on NFL Sunday Ticket (out-of-market only)

  • NFL Sunday Ticket is now available on YouTube & YouTube TV. Watch every out-of-market Bills Sunday afternoon game. Terms & embargoes apply. Commercial use excluded.

Watch the Bills on NFL+

  • Watch live local* regular season Bills games and primetime games on your phone and tablet with NFL+. Fans can also listen to live game audio at home or on the go with NFL+. Subscribe here.
  • *Game must be shown in your local area to stream Bills games on NFL+

How to watch in the UK & Internationally

  • NFL Game Pass is the ultimate way for Bills fans around the world to watch live games every week. Click here to get started.

How to listen on radio

Bills Radio Network:

Buffalo: *WGR550 (550 AM)

Toronto: *Fan 590 (590 AM)

Rochester: WCMF (96.5 AM) & WROC (950 AM)

Syracuse: KROCK (WKRL 100.9 & 106.5 FM) & (94.9 FM Utica)

*Flagship stations

Play-by-Play: Chris Brown

Analysis: Eric Wood

Sideline: Sal Capaccio


Check out the progress underway at the New Highmark Stadium construction site as the project crew heads into the winter months.

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