The Bills vs Cardinals live stream could go either way. Each team has an impressive record this season, with Buffalo at 7-2 and Arizona having just slipped to 5-3 after a close defeat by the Miami Dolphins. The oddsmakers currently favor the Cardinals by just 2.5 points.
But based on how each team played last week, there’s plenty of reason to be optimistic for Buffalo. The Bills played fantastic during last week’s NFL live stream against the Seattle Seahawks, a formidable team that had a 6-1 record going into the match.
Bills vs Cardinals channel, start time
The Bills vs Cardinals live stream begins at 4:05 p.m. ET/ 1:05 p.m. PT Sunday, November 15 on CBS.
The Arizona Cardinals are the only other team to have defeated the Seahawks this season, in a close, 3-point overtime upset in week 7. Arizona’s latest matchup, against the Miami Dolphins, was also decided by just three points, but in Miami’s favor, 34-31. The Cardinals’ passing game was solid.
Quarterback Kyler Murray completed 80 percent of his throws for three touchdowns, and no interceptions. (He also ran four yards for a fourth TD.) But the ground game was weak. Coach Kliff Kingsbury blames the loss on some bad calls he made, including a crushed running attempt on a third and one early in the fourth quarter. A failed 49-yard field goal attempt that followed sealed the team’s fate.
Here’s how to watch the Bills vs Cardinals live stream.
Buffalo @ Arizona
Current Records: Buffalo 7-2; Arizona 5-3
What to Know
The Buffalo Bills have enjoyed the comforts of home their last two games, but now they must head out on the road. They will take on the Arizona Cardinals at 4:05 p.m. ET Sunday at State Farm Stadium. Buffalo will be hoping to continue their now four-game streak of scoring more points each contest than the last.
The Bills were able to grind out a solid victory over the Seattle Seahawks last week, winning 44-34. Buffalo’s QB Josh Allen did his thing and passed for three TDs and 415 yards on 38 attempts in addition to punching in one rushing touchdown.
Buffalo’s defense was a presence as well, as it got past Seattle’s offensive line to sack QB Russell Wilson five times for a total loss of 28 yards. Leading the way was OLB A.J. Klein and his two sacks. Klein now has 2.5 sacks this year.
Meanwhile, it was close but no cigar for Arizona as they fell 34-31 to the Miami Dolphins last week. The defeat was just more heartbreak for the Cardinals, who fell 26-23 when the teams previously met in December of 2016. The losing side was boosted by QB Kyler Murray, who passed for three TDs and 283 yards on 26 attempts in addition to rushing for one TD and 106 yards. This was the first time Murray has racked up 100+ rushing yards all year.
The Bills are now 7-2 while Arizona sits at 5-3. Two defensive numbers to keep in mind before kickoff: Buffalo is third worst in the NFL in rushing touchdowns allowed, with 13 on the season. To make matters even worse for Buffalo, Arizona enters the matchup with only five rushing touchdowns allowed, which is the best in the league.
How To Watch
When: Sunday at 4:05 p.m. ET
Where: State Farm Stadium — Glendale, Arizona
Online streaming: fuboTV (Try for free. Regional restrictions may apply.)
Follow: CBS Sports App
Ticket Cost: $80.55
The Cardinals are a slight 2.5-point favorite against the Bills, according to the latest NFL odds.
The oddsmakers had a good feel for the line for this one, as the game opened with the Cardinals as a 2-point favorite.
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Buffalo won the only game these two teams have played in the last six years.
Both defenses in this game will have the luxury of familiarity. They have been going up against their own offenses since training camp in practices. Cardinals coach Kliff Kingsbury and Bills offensive coordinator Brian Daboll both use 1-0 personnel more than any other teams in the league. That’s a package that included four receivers and one running back. Both offenses have incredible depth within their receiving corps.
When the Cardinals have the ball, the Bills will have to deal with the dual threat playmaking of Kyler Murray, who also has 24 total touchdowns this season. The Cardinals, like the Bills, traded for a playmaking no. 1 receiver in the offseason and Buffalo All Pro cornerback Tre’Davious White is very familiar with DeAndre Hopkins.
White said that he’s enjoyed the battles with Hopkins over the years when he was in Houston. He said these types of matchups bring out a player’s competitiveness.