The Bills Will Play Four Straight Nationally Televised Night Games In December
I was born at probably the worst time ever for a Bills fan. I was a baby and infant during the four-straight Super Bowl years in the early 90s and started watching the Bills every week (and remembering the games) during the early 2000s when Rob Johnson and Drew Bledsoe were the Bills quarterbacks.
That 17-year playoff drought is a thing of the past now, however, because the Bills have made the playoffs two of the past three years and are on pace for another playoff appearance in 2020, with a division lead this late in the season for the first time since the mid-90s.
Bills fans might not be used to this success, but the NFL and national media have taken notice.
According to WIVB, the Bills week 15 game against the Denver Broncos has been moved to Saturday at 4:30 pm, which much of the country should see as it's a Saturday evening game before Christmas.
In fact, the Bills will play entirely night games in the month of December. Starting next Sunday, December 6th on Monday Night Football at the San Fransisco 49ers.
The juiciest game might be that home Sunday night game against the currently undefeated Pittsburgh Steelers.
The Bills are 7-3 and have a one-game lead over the Miami Dolphins for the AFC East division. The Bills play the Los Angeles Chargers at home this Sunday.
It should be a fun end to the regular season!