Indianapolis Colts vs Buffalo Bills live stream (CBS TV): Watch NFL 2015 football online (Game preview)

The Indianapolis Colts will play the Buffalo Bills on Sunday as Week 1 of the NFL 2015 regular season gets well and truly underway with 13 games taking place this weekend. Today's game between the Colts and Bills has a scheduled start time of 1 p.m. ET and takes place from the Ralph Wilson Stadium. The game can be watched on TV on the CBS network or online through live stream via the link below.

Quarterback Andrew Luck of the Indianapolis Colts is shown in this file photo.(Reuters)

The Colts will commence this new season hopeful that they can continue to build on their progress from the past few seasons.

Indianapolis have made the Playoffs for three straight years, and with quarterback Andrew Luck only getting better each season the Colts will be hoping they can continue to make further inroads into the Playoffs and make the Superbowl at some point in the coming seasons. They may not be there yet, and of course before even thinking ahead that far, they have a long regular season to deal with just to make sure they make the postseason.

However, looking at the AFC South, the Colts are big favorites to win the division title this year, and it would be difficult to see either the Houston Texans, Tennessee Titans, or the Jacksonville Jaguars getting anywhere near them.

The Bills meanwhile have a super tough AFC East to contend with, and the New England Patriots will be favorites again to take the division title. The Miami Dolphins also have a very strong roster this year, and the New York Jets are looking to further improve, ensuring the Bills will have to be at their best if they are to do well this season in the AFC East.

Earlier this week the New England Patriots and the Pittsburgh Steelers faced off in the NFL season opener, and Tom Brady and co. were too much for the Steelers, winning the game 28-21.

Brady, who was set to miss the first four games of the season until a late appeal saw his suspension for "Deflategate" overturned, threw for four touchdowns in the victory. All four touchdowns were thrown to Brady's tight ends, and three went to Rob Gronkowski.

Overall Brady went 25 of 32 for 288 yards in a magnificent performance that ultimately proved the difference between the teams. The quarterback even set a franchise record for an amazing 19 consecutive pass completions.

Brady said after the game: "It was a pretty special night. I was excited, our whole team was excited. We haven't had one of these nights in a long time."

Towards the end of the game, the Patriots' fans mocked NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell over the "Deflategate" scandal. The fans chanted, "Where is Roger?" after Goodell did not attend the season opener against tradition.

However, controversy continues to follow the New England Patriots around, and after the game it emerged that a new scandal was being reported; that the Steelers' coaches couldn't communicate as they kept getting interference with their headsets, hearing Patriots' radio broadcasts. Steelers' coach Mike Tomlin was angry about the issue after the game, however, the headsets are controlled by the league and not the Patriots. The league has has said that the headset issue was simply a temporary problem and the weather had played a major part in the problems.

Today's game between the Indianapolis Colts and the Buffalo Bills meanwhile has a scheduled start time of 1 p.m. ET and can be watched on TV on the CBS network or online through live stream by clicking here.