Bills Vs. Chiefs Live Stream: Watch ‘Sunday Night Football’ Online, On TV

Two of the AFC's best are set to meet in primetime

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One of the biggest treats on the 2021 NFL schedule for viewers nationwide comes Sunday night as the Buffalo Bills and the Kansas City Chiefs go head-to-head in a rematch of last season’s AFC Championship Game.

The Chiefs punched their ticket to Super Bowl LV with a 38-24 victory over Buffalo, reaffirming their regular-season matchup when they edged the Bills 26-17. Buffalo hasn’t won against the Chiefs since 2017 when it sneaked past KC 16-10.

But that’s all in the past, and the 2021 Bills, who sit high atop the AFC East at 3-1, seem like they’ll put up a fight against the defending AFC champs, who are 2-2 and at the bottom of a tough AFC West.

Will the Chiefs — who post 427.5 offensive yards per game (ranking second in the league) gain some ground and retain their bragging rights? Or will they be stopped by a Bills defense that sits atop the NFL, allowing just 216.8 yards of offense per game?

In addition to being entertaining, this week’s “Sunday Night Football” broadcast very well could be a practice run for something we’ll see later this season.

Here’s how to catch all the action:

When: Sunday, Oct. 10 at 8:20 p.m. ET
TV: NBC
Live Stream: FuboTV — free trial | Peacock

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