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Bills vs Falcons Live

Date: Sunday, Oct. 1
Start time: 1:00 p.m. ET
Location: Atlanta, GA
Stadium: Mercedes-Benz Stadium
TV Info: CBS

The Atlanta Falcons will host the Buffalo Bills on Sunday afternoon in Week 4. Here is how to watch this NFL football game online via live streaming. The Atlanta Falcons defend their 3-0 record at home against the Buffalo Bills in Week 4. Here is all the info you need to catch the game. Week 4 of the 2017 NFL season is here. We’ve got a great game going on early Sunday afternoon in Atlanta. The reigning NFC champion Atlanta Falcons will be hosting what might be an on-the-rise team in the Buffalo Bills. Kickoff from Mercedes-Benz Stadium on October 1 will be at 1:00 p.m. ET.

After escaping Detroit with a last-second win over the Lions, the Atlanta Falcons head back to friendly confines of Mercedes-Benz Stadium. It’s just their second home game of the year, and only the second time they will be playing in their beautiful new home. Currently the Falcons are one of just two teams to still be undefeated, and they will be trying to extend that mark one more game against the Buffalo Bills (2-1). The Western New York club travels south after a home win that was quite the upset for Denver Broncos — who had come in on the heels of one of the more lopsided games of the season when they stuck it to the Dallas Cowboys.

The Bills narrowly lost on the road in Charlotte to head coach Sean McDermott’s former team Carolina Panthers in Week 2. He’s doing a great job in his first year with Buffalo already.Atlanta is one of two undefeated teams left in football. The Falcons have won three games over NFC North teams thus far. They narrowly escaped with road wins over the Chicago Bears and the Detroit Lions in the  afternoon slot in Weeks 1 and 3, respectively.Atlanta pushed around the Green Bay Packers at home in a 2016 NFC Championship Game rematch in Week 2. The Falcons don’t seem to be suffering from any Super Bowl LI hangover.

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