The Bills were seen as a Super Bowl favorite entering the season, but some cracks became evident when they struggled to beat the New York Giants in Week 6. Since then, the Bills have lost to the lowly New England Patriots and the Cincinnati Bengals and beat the Tampa Bay Buccaneers by only six points. They’ll drop to .500 if they can’t beat Denver.
Buffalo scored 30 or more points in three of its first four games, but they have yet to reach that point total since. Perhaps that will change against a Denver defense allowing a league-worst 405.9 yards per game.
However, the Broncos are coming off a bye week and a shocking 24-9 upset of the Kansas City Chiefs. If they can knock off another AFC powerhouse and earn their third-straight win, there will be some momentum brewing. Denver has a brutal upcoming schedule, and so they’ll need to best some elite teams in order to save their season.
The Bills’ Stefon Diggs and Josh Allen will both play after being listed as questionable during the week.
How to watch
What: Denver Broncos (3-5) at Buffalo Bills (5-4)
When: Monday, Nov. 13
Where: Highmark Stadium, Buffalo, N.Y.
Game time: 8:15 p.m. ET
Announcers: Joe Buck, Troy Aikman, Lisa Salters
SiriusXM: Broncos: 81 or 226, Bills: 83 or 225
Streaming: NFL+, ESPN+
DraftKings Sportsbook Odds: Bills -7.5
Referee: Bill Vinovich
Weather: 46 degrees, partly cloudy
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