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Miami Dolphins up next for Buffalo Bills showdown for AFC East title

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Buffalo Bills clinching scenarios:Bills vs Dolphins

If they win at Miami in what is now the final regular-season game on the NFL schedule – the 8:20 Sunday Night Football window on NBC – they will capture the AFC East division title and will be the No. 2 AFC seed which means potentially two home playoff games.Bills vs Dolphins

If they don’t beat the Dolphins, they could still get in, but they would need either Pittsburgh to lose at Baltimore, or Jacksonville to lose at Tennessee. Yeah, it’s crazy that they could be the No. 2 seed, or no seed at all. Tyreek Hill and the Dolphins are the last obstacle standing in the way of a Bills AFC East division title.

The Jaguars have played poorly down the stretch but they got things figured out in their 26-3 rout of the lowly Panthers Sunday. The Titans are walking dead at 5-11, so there wouldn’t seem to be much hope there.Bills vs Dolphins

As for the Steelers, the interesting part of their game will center around what Baltimore coach John Harbaugh decides to do with his starters because the Ravens have clinched the No. 1 seed and do not need to win the game. They could easily sit down, for instance, quarterback Lamar Jackson plus several other frontline players to protect them from injury, and that would give the Steelers – playing for their playoff lives – a great chance to win.

Who is favored to win Bills vs Dolphins? Bills vs DolphinsBills vs Dolphins

The Bills have opened as a 3-point favorite for the game. The money line is Bills minus-155 (bet $155 to win $100) and Dolphins plus-135 (bet $100 to win $135). The over-under is 49.5.


How to watch Buffalo Bills vs Miami Dolphins game on TV, streaming

∎ Cable/Network TV: NBC. The game will be available locally via the following stations: WHEC (Channel 10, Rochester), WGRZ (Buffalo area), WSTM (Syracuse area), WKTV (Utica area), WETM (Elmira area), WNYT (Albany area), and WBGH (Binghamton area).

∎ Online streaming services: You can watch games on NFL.com and the NFL mobile app, and you can subscribe to NFL+, the league’s own streaming service, though you can’t cast the games to your TV – you must watch on your phone or tablet.

∎ TV streaming: You can also stream if you have subscriptions to Spectrum, DirecTV, fuboTV, Sling, Vidgo, Hulu + Live TV, YouTube TV, and Peacock.

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