The Bills are looking to bounce back from a wild defeat in Miami while the Ravens are out to prove they’re a legit contender. And in the NFC, the Eagles aim to continue their dominant run with the frisky Jaguars coming to town. Today’s sports schedule also features the Singapore Grand Prix and a Sunday Night Football game that’s a Super Bowl LV rematch.
Here’s what I’m watching today.
A quick note: Due to COVID-19, sports schedules are fluid and subject to change.
Buffalo Bills at Baltimore Ravens
After impressing in the first two games of the season, the Bills lost a wild one to the Dolphins in Week 3. The Ravens also fell in Miami in even zanier fashion the week before. Now, the two AFC contenders will meet with two of the best quarterbacks in the NFL playing at the top of their games.
1 p.m. ET, CBS, watch on fuboTV
• Minnesota Vikings vs. New Orleans Saints | Morning football? Morning football. The NFL is playing its first game of the season in London today. 9:30 a.m. ET, NFL Network, watch on fuboTV
• Jacksonville Jaguars at Philadelphia Eagles | Is any offense playing better than the one Jalen Hurts is leading for the Eagles? The Jaguars have been one of the surprises of the season so far, but a road test in Philly will be a lot to overcome. 1 p.m. ET, CBS, watch on fuboTV
• New York Mets at Atlanta Braves | The conclusion of this three-game series could help determine the outcome of the NL East race. 7 p.m. ET, ESPN, watch on fuboTV
• Kansas City Chiefs at Tampa Bay Buccaneers | This game will be played in Tampa despite the impact of Hurricane Ian. Which team will respond best coming off a loss in this Super Bowl LV rematch? 8:20 p.m. ET, NBC, watch on fuboTV
Formula One: Singapore Grand Prix
Formula One returns from a short break with a night race on the Marina Bay Street Circuit. Red Bull’s Max Verstappen is trying to win his sixth consecutive race.
7:55 a.m. ET, ESPN 2, watch on fuboTV
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