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How to watch Kansas City Chiefs vs. Bills: Kickoff time, TV, odds for Sunday’s game

Once more, with feeling.

The Chiefs and Bills have been frequent opponents since 2020, and Sunday will mark their sixth meeting in four years. The Chiefs hold a 3-2 edge, but the Bills have won the last two regular-season games at Arrowhead.

And there is this: Since 2020, the Chiefs and Bills have the NFL’s best record. Even coming off losses in their previous games, the Chiefs are 48-14 in the regular season. The Bills are second at 43-18. Rounding out the top five: Packers (40-22), Cowboys (39-23) and 49ers and Ravens (tied at 38-24).

Here’s what to know about the Chiefs-Bills game on Sunday:

Where and when is Chiefs vs. Bills game?

The Chiefs meet the the Buffalo Bills on Sunday at GEHA Field at Arrowhead Stadium. The game will kick off at 3:25 p.m. It will be the second Chiefs’ home game since Oct. 22.

What’s the channel (and radio info) for the Chiefs game?

You can watch the game on CBS, Channel 5 (KCTV) in Kansas City, Channel 12 in Wichita.

It will be broadcast on radio via WDAF (106.5 FM) in the KC area or streamed on the Chiefs’ mobile app.

What’s the betting line for Chiefs-Bills?

The Chiefs opened as a three-point favorite. They’ve been favored in every game this season and are 7-5 against the spread.

What are the teams’ records?

Both teams are coming off losses. The Chiefs fell to the Green Bay Packers at Lambeau Field 27-19 on Sunday Night Football to drop to 8-4.

The Bills didn’t play this past weekend. The previous week they lost 37-34 at the Philadelphia Eagles to fall to 6-6.

When did the Chiefs last play the Bills?

The Chiefs and Bills have met frequently in the past few years.

They have met in each of the past three regular seasons, the road team winning each game. The Chiefs won once in Buffalo and the Bills twice in Kansas City. The teams also met in the playoffs in 2020 and 2021, with the Chiefs winning both times.

Buffalo leads the teams’ regular-season series 26-21-1. The Chiefs lead the postseason series 3-2.

What’s the Chiefs’ injury report?

It was a tough night for the Chiefs at Green Bay.

Three players left the game with injuries and did not return. Linebacker Drue Tranquill suffered a concussion. Tackle Donovan Smith aggravated a neck injury and safety Bryan Cook was carted off the field after suffering an ankle injury.

The week’s first injury report will be released on Wednesday.