The Buffalo Bills and the Minnesota Vikings will face off at 1 p.m. ET on Sunday in an NFL interconference Week 7 battle. The game can be seen on Fox on live television, and also via live stream on desktops, mobile phones, iPhones, iPad tablets, and internet devices at the free link provided below.
Both teams are looking for a win to try and get some momentum going as the NFL season nears its halfway point. Both Minnesota (2-4) and Buffalo (3-3) are coming off home losses – the Vikings fell 17-3 to the Detroit Lions in Week 6 while the Bills lost 37-22 to the New England Patriots.
Live from Ralph Wilson Stadium in Orchard Park, NY, the Bills vs. Vikings NFL game can be watched online with a live stream starting at 1 p.m. ET. Fox Sports provides an HD quality online live streaming broadcast – on your desktop, tablet or mobile phone, the link is here.
Vikings rookie quarterback Teddy Bridgewater will be making his first road start in the NFL, once again looking to help fill the giant shoes of suspended running back Adrian Peterson, who had normally been the focal point of the Minnesota offense. Bridgewater may be facing more pressure to carry the load as Buffalo comes into the game with the NFL’s top defense against the run, making it even more important that Bridgewater be on his game if the Vikings want to hang with the Bills and star running back C.J. Spiller.
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