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Bills-Chargers: Game Time, Schedule, TV Channel, Injuries and Live Stream Info

Bills-Chargers: Game Time, Schedule, TV Channel, Injuries and Live Stream Info

The AFC East-leading Buffalo Bills will take on the unluckiest team in all of pro sports, the Los Angeles Chargers, on Sunday afternoon. The latter team comes into the outing boasting an 3-7 record, while the former is 7-3 on the year.

This showdown will take place at Bills Stadium, an arena in Orchard Park, New York, in the southern portion of the Buffalo metropolitan area.

Time: 1:05PM EST and 10:05PM PST on Sunday, November 29th

TV Channel: CBS

Betting Odds: Bills -4.5 / Chargers +4.5

Live Stream: This game can be viewed online with fuboTV (which comes with a free trial). For local outings, you can also live stream on the FOX Sports GO. Out-of-market battles can be streamed on DirecTV’s NFL app. Non-American fans can stream with NFL Game Pass.

LA Chargers Injuries:

Kalen Ballage (Questionable – Ankle): Limited Participation in Practice

Uchenna Nwosu (Out – Shoulder): Did Not Participate In Practice

Melvin Ingram (Out – Knee): Did Not Participate In Practice

Jerry Tillery (Groin): Full Participation in Practice

Bryan Bulaga (Knee): Full Participation in Practice

Casey Hayward (Out – Groin): Did Not Participate In Practice

Buffalo Bills Injuries:

Lee Smith (Illness): Did Not Participate In Practice

A.J. Epenesa (Concussion): Full Participation in Practice

Dawson Knox (Hamstring): Full Participation in Practice

Jerry Hughes (Back): Full Participation in Practice

Mario Addison (Knee): Did Not Participate In Practice

Taiwan Jones (Hamstring): Full Participation in Practice

Jake Fromm (Not Injury Related): Limited Participation in Practice

Cody Ford (Out – Ankle): Did Not Participate In Practice

Josh Norman (Illness): Full Participation in Practice

John Brown (Out – Ankle): Did Not Participate In Practice

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Carlos Garcia

A longtime sports reporter, Carlos Garcia has written about some of the biggest and most notable athletic events of the last 5 years. He has been credentialed to cover MLS, NBA and MLB games all over the United States. His work has been published on Fox Sports, Bleacher Report, AOL and the Washington Post.

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