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How to watch today's Bills vs Broncos game: Livestream, TV coverage, kickoff time & radio station

Week 10 of the NFL schedule concludes with a Monday Night Football clash between the Buffalo Bills (5-4) and Denver Broncos (3-5) at Highmark Stadium. With Denver's offense clicking and the Bills offense running cold, this encounter could be an intriguing watch.

The Bills are back in prime-time after a Sunday Night Football loss to the Bengals. It’s been a rough month for the Buffalo, who are in desperate need to turn around the ship in the second half of the schedule. After a 3-1 straight up start to the season, Buffalo have won only two of their last five games, leaving them in second place in the AFC East standings, one game behind the Dolphins.

The Denver Broncos, meanwhile, made a statement with their win over the Kansas City Chiefs, but if they want to put themselves firmly in the playoff picture, they need to win this week as they currently find themselves in last place in the AFC West standings. This is a tough road matchup to go into Upstate New York and take on the Buffalo Bills.

Here, GOAL brings you everything you need to know about how to watch the match, including what TV channel to watch it on, streaming details, and more.

Bills vs Broncos: Date & kickoff time

DateMonday, November 13, 2023
Kickoff time8:15 p.m. ET/ 1:15 a.m. (Tuesday) UK time
VenueHighmark Stadium
LocationOrchard Park, NY

How to watch Bills vs Broncos on TV & stream live online

The Las Vegas Raiders vs New York Jets game will be broadcast live on Sky Sports Main Event and Sky Sports NFL in the United Kingdom. In order to watch, a Sky Stream subscription will cost you £26/month for 18 months. Alternatively, you can choose a 31-day rolling subscription for £29 per month, giving you the flexibility to cancel at one month's notice.

It's important to note viewers in the UK can catch only select games on Sky Sports NFL. DAZN's NFL Game Pass International, however, provides access to all 335 games during the 2023 regular season and playoffs, including the Super Bowl, in the UK and worldwide, excluding the United States and China.

In the UK, two Sunday games per week will be available on DAZN with a 24-hour tape delay. DAZN also offers a range of additional content, such as Good Morning Football, NFL Red Zone, NFL Originals, Hard Knocks, and more.

You can get the Season Pro Pass free for seven days and watch every game. Following the trial, you have the option to subscribe annually for £150.99 in the UK, which you can pay upfront, or in four instalments. There's also an option to pay weekly. Pricing differs depending on the country.

Bills and Broncos team news and squads

Buffalo Bills team news

Buffalo's lack of offensive efficiency hasn’t been able to make up for the gaping holes in their defense. Injuries to standouts like LB Matt Milano, CB Tre’Davious White, and DT DaQuan Jones have left it missing key cogs at every level of the rearguard. And more bodies are missing in the secondary heading into Monday night, with safety Micah Hyde ruled out.

On the flip side, wide receiver Stefon Diggs could make it in time for Monday night's game against the Denver Broncos despite a back injury.


Gabe Davis, Dion Dawkins, Ryan Van Demark, Connor McGovern, David Edwards, Mitch Morse, Ryan Bates, O'Cyrus Torrence, Alec Anderson, Spencer Brown, Germain Ifedi, Dalton Kincaid, Quintin Morris, Josh Allen, Kyle Allen, James Cook, Latavius Murray, Ty Johnson, Reggie Gilliam, Khalil Shakir, Deonte Harty, Stefon Diggs, Trent Sherfield


Greg Rousseau, A.J. Epenesa, Kingsley Jonathan, Ed Oliver, Poona Ford, Jordan Phillips, Tim Settle, Von Miller, Leonard Floyd, Shaq Lawson, Tyrel Dodson, Dorian Williams, Baylon Spector, Terrel Bernard, A.J. Klein, Tyler Matakevich, Taron Johnson, Cam Lewis, Siran Neal, Dane Jackson, Kaiir Elam, Christian Benford, Jordan Poyer, Taylor Rapp, Micah Hyde, Damar Hamlin

Special Teams

Tyler Bass, Sam Martin, Sam Martin, Deonte Harty, Khalil Shakir, Ty Johnson, Khalil Shakir, Reid Ferguson

Denver Broncos team news

Denver are fresh off of a good bye week. Every player on the active roster participated in full at practice Thursday and Friday. LB Baron Browning (wrist) and OL Ben Powers (ankle) have both been cleared fit for Monday night.


Jerry Jeudy, Marvin Mims Jr., Garett Bolles, Cam Fleming, Ben Powers, Quinn Bailey, Lloyd Cushenberry III, Luke Wattenberg, Alex Forsyth, Quinn Meinerz, Mike McGlinchey, Adam Trautman, Chris Manhertz, Nate Adkins, Courtland Sutton, Brandon Johnson, Javonte Williams, Samaje Perine, Jaleel McLaughlin, Dwayne Washington, Michael Burton, Russell Wilson, Jarrett Stidham


Zach Allen, Elijah Garcia, D.J. Jones, Mike Purcell, Keondre Coburn, Jonathan Harris, Matt Henningsen, Jonathon Cooper, Ronnie Perkins, Baron Browning, Nik Bonitto, Thomas Incoom, Josey Jewell, Justin Strnad, Alex Singleton, Drew Sanders, Pat Surtain II, Ja'Quan McMillian, Fabian Moreau, Damarri Mathis, Riley Moss, Tremon Smith, Kareem Jackson, Delarrin Turner-Yell, JL Skinner, Justin Simmons, P.J. Locke

Special Teams

Wil Lutz, Riley Dixon, Mitchell Fraboni, Marvin Mims Jr., Jaleel McLaughlin, Tremon Smith

Bills vs Broncos head-to-head record

DateMatch Score
20/8/22Bills 42-15 Broncos
20/12/20Broncos 19-48 Bills
24/11/19Bills 20-3 Broncos
24/9/17Bills 26-16 Broncos

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