2020 ScheduleAll times ET

2020 Schedule
7-3, 1st in AFC East
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Marcel Louis-Jacques ESPN 

Darian Bryan came to Buffalo from Jamaica in 2012 having never heard of a pancake. Now, he is the personal chef for several Bills players including Stefon Diggs, Gabriel Davis and Mitch Morse — as his unique Jamaican cuisine has earned him respect in several NFL circles

Marcel Louis-Jacques ESPN 

The Bills have activated CB Josh Norman from the reserve/COVID-19 list. Norman, along with Levi Wallace Dean Marlowe and Tyler Kroft were all placed on the list the day before Buffalo traveled to Arizona in Week 10 ... all four players have now been activated and the Bills are nearing full health as they prepare to host the Chargers on Sunday

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4dMarcel Louis-Jacques

Bills' Sweeney out for season due to myocarditis

Buffalo Bills tight end Tommy Sweeney will miss the remainder of the season after a cardiologist discovered he has myocarditis, a heart condition.

9d

Hour 2: AFC East Race

Keyshawn Johnson, Bart Scott, and Zubin Mehenti begin hour two wondering who will take hold of the AFC East? Can the Bills hold on to the top spot or will the upstart Dolphins take claim? The guys break that down and also discuss what the Steelers can do to stay unbeaten. Ryan Clark joins the show to talk about his Steelers and who could win both the AFC and NFC East.

11d

PTI: Kyler Saves The Day

Tony Kornheiser and Michael Wilbon discuss Kyler Murray's last-second heroics, Chris Paul to the Suns, Dustin Johnson winning The Masters, and much more.

11d

ATH: Kyler Murray's Heroics

Tony Reali and the national panel discuss the play of the year in the NFL, the latest around some NBA transactions involving big names like Chris Paul and James Harden, the 2021 plans for March Madness, and much more.

11d

J&J: Recapping A Wild Week 10 In The NFL

Spend your afternoon with Jalen & Jacoby as the guys discuss the Cardinals incredible Hail Mary win against the Bills, the Patriots running all over the Ravens, "Tompa Bay" lighting up the Panthers, the Steelers remaining undefeated, the Lakers trading for Dennis Schroder, James Harden's future in Houston and Terence Crawford destroying Kell Brook. Plus, Wisconsin waxes Jalen's Wolverines.

11d

Hour 4: Harden in Brooklyn?

Keyshawn Johnson, Jay Williams, and Zubin Mehenti begin the last hour listening to the call from the Hail Mary heard around the world. Keyshawn breaks down what the Bills did wrong in defending Deandre Hopkins. Stephen A. Smith joins the show to discuss rumors about James Harden going to the Nets. Louis Riddick joins the show ahead of a Monday Night Football matchup to discuss the impact of Drew Brees and his rub injury.

11d

Hour 1: Hail Murray

Keyshawn Johnson, Jay Williams, and Zubin Mehenti begin the show discussing the cute yet unreal Hail Mary pass for the win from Kyler Murray. Keyshawn is finally coming around on the talent of Kyler Murray and the Cardinals. Drew Brees has tender ribs and in comes insurance policy Jameis Winston. The guys think this is the best drop off situation you could be in and Jameis doesnt have to do too much. Mike Tannenbaum joins the show to discuss a wild week in the NFL.

7d

ESPN Daily: Foxworth on NFL Week 10

The NFL’s play of the season is being called the “Hail Murray.” Kyler Murray’s 43-yard prayer was answered by DeAndre Hopkins among and above three Bills defenders to give the Cardinals a 32-30 win. It was perhaps the craziest moment in an already wild day in the NFL...a day that saw the return of Jameis Winston after Saints starter Drew Brees left the game with a rib injury, as well as a Ravens-Patriots game that was almost invisible at times, thanks to some wacky New England weather. ESPN analyst and former NFL cornerback Domonique Foxworth takes us through Sunday’s biggest moments, and examines the NFL’s new proposal for diversity in coaching and management. Then, Pablo discusses the path of new Marlins GM Kim Ng, MLB’s first female GM.

Marcel Louis-Jacques ESPN 

Bills lead the Cardinals 16-9 at halftime as both teams' defenses have bent without breaking through two quarters. Buffalo's defense, in particular has held firm, forcing two field goals with two goalline stands ... The Bills were outgained 206-161 but have scored on every possession as Tyler Bass made field goals from 54, 55 and 58 yards ... It's not as electric a matchup so far as it seemed on paper but Buffalo's defense has quietly played very well in its past four games, including this one.

Marcel Louis-Jacques ESPN 

Bills inactives vs the Cardinals: OL Cody Ford, RB T.J. Yeldon, QB Jake Fromm, RB Taiwan Jones, DL Harrison Phillips

Team Stats

Passing Yards278.95th
Rushing Yards97.627th
Points For27.211th
Points Against26.513th