The Buffalo Bills visit the Tennessee Titans in a game that’s been moved from Sunday to Tuesday (7:15 p.m. ET, CBS) due to the outbreak of positive COVID-19 tests in the Tennessee organization. The bad news is we lose the originally scheduled Thursday Night Football game between the Bills and the Kansas City Chiefs, but that game is now being moved to start a Monday night doubleheader (5 p.m. ET) before the Arizona Cardinals-Dallas Cowboys game -- and that looks great, too.
MACtion is great, but the last time the NFL gave us a gift of a Tuesday night game was nearly 10 years ago on Dec, 28, 2010, when a Philadelphia blizzard caused the delay and the Minnesota Vikings upset the Eagles 24-14 as whopping 14-point underdogs with rookie QB Joe Webb making his first pro start in place of the injured Brett Favre. Prior to that, the NFL hadn’t played a Tuesday game since Oct. 1, 1946, when the New York Giants beat the Boston Yanks 17-0 after the game was moved due to a rainstorm.
Back to this Tuesday, a national TV audience should be ready to get better acquainted with the undefeated Bills (4-0 straight-up and 3-1 against the spread) as QB Josh Allen (70.95 completion%, averaging 331.5 yards passing per game, 12 TD, only 1 INT, plus three rushing TDs) leads an offense that is averaging 30 PPG and is complemented by the rushing (and receiving) of RB Devin Singletary, free agent WR Stefon Diggs and a strong supporting cast.