The NFL’s only battle of 2-0 teams will unfold at Bills Stadium later today when the Buffalo Bills host the Los Angeles Rams.
Buffalo remained perfect against the AFC East in Week 2 by defeating the Miami Dolphins 31-28. Josh Allen led the way for Buffalo with 415 yards passing and four touchdowns on 24-of-35 passing (68%).
The Rams picked up their second win of the year by defeating the Philadelphia Eagles 37-19. Jared Goff tossed three touchdowns in the win and Los Angeles’ defense recorded two interceptions on Carson Wentz.
One of the most interesting story lines entering the game is the fact that this will be Los Angeles’ second straight cross-country trip. Rams head coach Sean McVay had originally requested back-to-back games on the East Coast with the intention of staying out east between games, but Covid prevented that plan from coming to fruition. Time will tell if travel takes a toll on the Rams in Week 3.
Looking to watch the battle of unbeatens? Here is everything you need to tune in to today’s game.
Sunday, September 27 at 1 p.m.
Orchard Park, New York
Buffalo, NY: WIVB (FOX/29)
Rochester, NY: WUHF (FOX/28)
Syracuse, NY: WSYT (FOX/68)
Chris Myers (play-by-play), Brock Huard (analyst), Greg Jennings (analyst), Jen Hale (sideline)
Live stream options
Buffalo: WGR550 (550 AM)
Toronto: Fan 590 (590 AM)
Rochester: WCMF (96.5 FM) and WROC (950 AM)
Syracuse: WKRL (100.9 FM/106.5 FM)
Alfred/Hornell/Wellsville: WZKZ (101.9 FM)
Amsterdam: WKAJ (1120 AM)
Bath: WABH (1380 AM)
Bradford: WBRR (100.1 FM)
Corry: WWCB (1370 AM)
Dansville: WDNY (1400 AM)
Dunkirk: WDOE (94.9 FM/1410 AM)
Elmira: WELM (1410 AM)
Glens Falls: WMML (1230 AM)
Hamilton: CHML (900 AM)
Ithaca: WYXL (98.7 FM)
Jamestown: WWSE (93.3 FM) and WJTN (1240 AM)
Newark: WACK (1420 AM)
Ogdensburg: WQTK (92.7 FM)
Olean: WPIG (95.7 FM)
Springville: WSPQ (1330 AM)
Watertown: WOTT (94.1 FM)