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Sunday Night Football Open Thread: Buffalo Bills at Miami Dolphins

This is your SNF open thread for tonight, sit, relax and enjoy.

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The Jacksonville Jaguars loss to Memphis or whatever earlier today kind of robbed this game of any relevance to the Houston Texans, but that doesn’t mean it’s not still important to playoff seeding.

Both these teams playing tonight are in, the only question is who will be the AFC East champion this year: the Miami Dolphins who have been dominant all season or the Buffalo Bills who have fought back to get into the playoffs again.

At some point during the game, probably toward the end, we’ll find out which playoff game the Texans will be in (LOL, who are we kidding, it’ll be the early Saturday game) and we can start making preparations for watching/attending the first playoff game in Houston in four years.

Here’s what you need to know to watch/listen to tonight’s game:

Buffalo Bills (10-6) vs. Miami Dolphins (11-5)
January 7, 2024, 7:20 p.m. CST

Location: Hard Rock Stadium, Miami, FL

TV: NBC, Universo

Radio: SPORTS RADIO 610 | 100.3 THE BULL | MEGA 101

Streaming: Fubo, NBC Sports, NFL+, Peacock, YouTube (subscriptions may be required)


And here are my picks for tonight’s game from DraftKings Sportsbook.

This is your thread for tonight’s SNF game.

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Go Texans!