The Buffalo Bills hit the road against the Miami Dolphins at Hard Rock Stadium in Florida for NFL Week 3 on Sunday, September 25 (9/25/2022) at 1 p.m. ET.
The game will be broadcast on local CBS networks, and can be streamed live on DirecTV Stream, fuboTV and other live TV services. Check the coverage map to see if the game will air in your market.
The Bills are on the march, with a 2-0 start after a 41-7 home win over the Tennessee Titans on Monday night. The Josh Allen-Stefon Diggs duo are strong, and the Diggs picked up three touchdowns during the game.
The Dolphins also started 2-0 after beating the Ravens 42-38 in Week 2. This is a tough game for both teams, but the Bills are the favorites -230 while Dolphins +195, according to DraftKings.
Here’s how to set:
what or what: NFL Week 3
From: Bills @ dolphins
When: Sunday, September 25
whereHard Rock Stadium, Miami Gardens, Florida
time: 1 p.m. Eastern time
radio: Buffalo Bills Radio Network
The team announced: Kevin Harlan, Trent Green
channel finder: Verizon Fios, XFinity, Spectrum, Optimum/Altice, Cox, DirecTV, Dish
Live broadcast: DirecTV StreamAnd the fuboTVAnd the Paramount PlusAnd the Hulu + Live TVAnd the YouTube TV
Fans can stream games on DirecTV Stream, fuboTV, Paramount Plus, and YouTube TV, all of which come with limited free trials for new subscribers.
Cable subscribers can sign in with their cable credentials at CBS.com to stream the game live for free.
Fans can also stream the game on NFL+, which offers live and local regular season games all season long on your phone or tablet, and comes with a one-week free trial.
Can I bet on the game?
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Here is the betting preview for the match.
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The Associated Press story
ORCHARD PARK, New York (Associated Press) – The NFL suspended reserve offensive lineman Bobby Hart in one game Tuesday, a day after he swung the Titans and instead hit the Tennessee coach in the head after a 41-7 win.
Hart has been suspended without pay for unsportsmanlike behavior and will not be eligible to join the team until after Buffalo plays in Miami on Sunday.
Hart has the right to appeal the decision reached by Major League Soccer Operations Vice President John Runyan.
In a message he sent to Hart, Runyan said the altercation occurred near the end zone as the two teams were leaving the field. Runyan said Hart sought an unnamed Titans player and had to be stopped by the coach while other players shook hands in the end zone near the stadium tunnel leading to the teams’ dressing rooms.
He then accused Hart of closing his fist and throwing a punch that hit an unnamed Titans boss.
“Your aggressive behavior could have caused serious injury and clearly does not reflect the high standards of sportsmanship expected of a professional,” Runyan wrote.
Hart played 17 shots on Monday, including seven on special teams, and is the primary replacement for left-footed goalkeeper Roger Savold.
He’s an eighth-year player and is familiar with the Titans after making three appearances for Tennessee last season. Tennessee ceded it in November and then demanded the bills.