The New England Patriots will play the Buffalo Bills on Sunday in Week 2 of the NFL 2015 regular season, and both teams will be looking to maintain their winning start to the new season. The game has a scheduled start time of 1 p.m. ET and can be watched on TV on the CBS network. The game takes place from the Ralph Wilson Stadium in Orchard Park, New York and can be watched online through live stream via the link below.
The Bills will be looking to make sure their defense makes Tom Brady's job as difficult as possible for today's game. Defensive tackle Marcell Dareus will be making his season debut, and will play a big part in determining how the game goes and whether the Bills can contain Brady.
Dareus, who recently served a one-game suspension for violating the NFL's substance-abuse policy, has said about his return: "Happy to be back, of course, and knowing that Brady's going to be out there just gives it a little bit more fire."
However, the Bills will be up against it today if recent history is anything to go by. Out of the last 23 meetings between these two teams, the Patriots have won 21, and even one of the two wins for the Bills was in effect a dead rubber.
Week 2 in the NFL regular season will be another weekend packed full of big games.
No fewer than 14 games will be taking place on Sunday as teams look to try and gain an early advantage in their divisions in the race for the Playoffs.
Earlier this week on Thursday Night Football, the Denver Broncos improved their record to 2-0, defeating the Kansas City Chiefs 31-24. The two teams were inseparable for the opening three quarters, and following a pointless first quarter, both teams scored 14 in the second to leave things 14-14 at half time.
In the second half things remained tight, and a field goal for each team in the third quarter saw the game enter the final quarter with the game still deadlocked.
However, the Broncos finally managed to get their noses out in front, scoring two touchdowns to one in the final quarter to maintain their perfect start to the new season.
But things did not come easy for Peyton Manning and his team. It took Broncos cornerback Bradley Roby to return Jamaal Charles' fumble to score a 21 yard touchdown with just 27 seconds remaining to win the game.
In that game, Manning threw for 256 yards and three touchdowns, the third of which came with just 36 seconds to go to tie up the game and set the stage for the dramatic finale and Roby's final touchdown.
The result will be a difficult one to swallow for the Kansas City Chiefs, who slip to 1-1, as Knile Davis had scored with just over two minutes to go to give the Chiefs the lead. However, it was not to be as the Broncos staged an amazing comeback at the death to extend their win streak over the Chiefs to seven straight games. In addition, Manning improved his personal record against the Chiefs to a stunning 14-1.
Whether today's game will be as dramatic remains to be seen.
The game between the New England Patriots and the Buffalo Bills has a 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.