EAGAN, Minn. — The Vikings are back in Minnesota to host the Buffalo Bills in a Week 3 matchup.
Minnesota (1-0-1) will try to remain undefeated on the season, and Buffalo (0-2) is seeking its first win.
This will be just the 14th meeting between the franchises and only the sixth in Minnesota. The Vikings are 4-1 in their five previous times of hosting the Bills.
CBS has a single broadcast this week, and FOX will air the Chicago-Arizona game in the Twin Cities after the Buffalo-Minnesota game. Click here for broadcast maps by 506sports.com.
Red: Bills at Vikings
Green: Raiders at Dolphins
Yellow: Bengals at Panthers
Orange: Broncos at Ravens
Light blue: Titans at Jaguars
Purple: Chargers at Rams (LATE)
Here are the ways to watch and listen this week.
NATIONAL TV BROADCAST
CBS (WCCO in Minneapolis/St. Paul)
Kickoff: Noon (CT)
Play-by-Play: Jim Nantz
Analyst: Tony Romo
Sideline Reporter: Tracy Wolfson
KFAN 100.3-FM/KTLK-AM 1130
Play-by-play: Paul Allen
Analyst: Pete Bercich
Sideline Reporters: Greg Coleman and Ben Leber
Radio Pre-game Show: Mike Mussman | 10 a.m. (CT)
KFAN and KTLK serve as the flagship stations for the 63-station, five-state Vikings Radio Network.
Sirius: 125 (BUF), 105 (MIN)
XM: 386 (BUF), 232 (MIN)
NFL GAME PASS
NFL Game Pass provides access to replays of every game, the NFL Films Archive and more for fans in the United States. International fans who subscribe to NFL Game Pass can watch games live. Click here for a free trial.
DIRECTV NFL SUNDAY TICKET.TV
NFL SUNDAY TICKET.TV provides live streaming service for customers who cannot get DIRECTV where they live. Eligibility is based on location, residence type, or enrollment in any university in the U.S.
The service allows fans to stream all live, out-of-market NFL regular-season games every Sunday (based on customer's device location) that are broadcast on FOX and CBS. The service is available on computers, tablets, smartphones, gaming consoles or streaming devices.
Three different packages are available.