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Patriots vs. Bills Live Score, Updates, NFL Wild Card Playoff Game Highlights

The Bills and Patriots put on a memorable matchup the last time these teams met in Buffalo.

The Patriots asked rookie quarterback Mac Jones to attempt just three passes, and it worked well in the blizzard as New England rushed 46 times for 222 yards to a 14-10 victory over Buffalo.

But Buffalo got its revenge at Foxborough, putting up 33 points to beat the Patriots 33-21.

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The two teams look to resolve the tiebreaker in their AFC East rivalry this season with the rematch scheduled to take place at Highmark Stadium. Both were among the best defenses in the NFL: Buffalo has the best scoring defense (17 points per game) and total defense (272.8 yards per game), with New England ranking second and fourth in the two categories, respectively, with 310.8. yards and 17.8 points allowed per game.

On offense, Josh Allen helped lead the Bills to the third-most points scored this season (28.4 ppg) and the fifth-most yards (381.9 ypg). New England (27.2 ypg, 353.4 ppg_ ranked sixth and fifteenth in points scored and total yards, respectively.

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Sporting News is tracking live scoring updates and highlights from the Patriots vs. Bills on Saturday night. Follow below for the full results of the 2022 NFL Wild Card Playoff game.

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Live updates of Patriots vs. Bills highlights from the NFL playoffs

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20:48: On this kickoff, the Patriots will take the touchback and take the ball at their own 25-yard line with 40 seconds left in the first quarter.

8:44 p.m. Bills touchdown play: The Knox-Allen connection is still strong in this case. Knox catches the 11-yard hold in the end zone with an Allen laser as the Bills capitalize on the fumble. The Bills lead 14-0.

20:44: Allen simply runs down the middle for five yards to convert on another third down attempt for Buffalo.

20:41: Isaiah McKenzie makes an impressive jump catch for 19 yards to lead Buffalo to the Pats’ 22.

20:40: Singletary gives Buffalo his second third-down conversion of the day, rushing for a 6-yard pickup to pass New England’s 41.

20:38: Allen finds Knox wide open on the field for a 24-yard gain on the first play of the drive.

20:34: Jones tries to find Nelson Agholor in the end zone, but is intercepted on a diving attempt by Micah Hyde, who goes out of bounds for a touchback. The bills will take care of their own 20.

20:34: And now Jones is proving he can make plays with his legs, too. He escapes the pressure in the pocket and climbs 16 yards up the right side to convert into another long third.

20:31: Jones escapes a sack and uses his mobility to extend the play before finding Hunter Henry at the 50-yard line for a 30-yard completion.

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20:29: Mac Jones has attempted a pass. This goes nine yards to Kendrick Bourne to give the Patriots a first down.

20:27: Patriots kick returner Gunner Olszewski gets the ball out of the end zone but gets only 13 on the return.

8:22 p.m. Bills touchdown play: This time, Allen uses his feet to roll out of the pocket, avoid a sack and throw a pass to tight end Dawson Knox, who was able to jump up and catch the pass to open the scoring for the Bills. Bills lead 7-0.

20:21: Allen again attacked the New England defense with his legs. He runs to the right for a 15-yard gain to make it a New England 9 first-and-goal.

20:18: Josh Allen shows off the wheels, rushing for 26 yards to the New England 31.

20:17: Devin Singletary can fight across the scoreboard for a four-gain to give the Bills the first down early.

20:15: The Bills get the kickoff and will start on their own 30.

Patriots vs Bills start time

  • Date: Saturday, January 15
  • Kick off: 8:15 p.m. Eastern time.

The second NFL wild card game on Saturday will kick off at 8:15 p.m. ET from Bills Stadium in Orchard Park, NY

What channel is Patriots vs. Bills today?

  • TV channel (national): CBS
  • TV channel (Boston): WBZ 4
  • TV Channel (Buffalo): WIVB
  • Live broadcast: supreme+, fuboTV

Patriots vs. Bills will air nationally on CBS at 8:15 pm ET. Ian Eagle and Charles Davis will call the game from the booth while Evan Washburn reports from the sidelines.

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In Canada, viewers can watch Patriots vs. Bills with a DAZN subscription, which includes all NFL games.

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NFL playoff schedule: wild card round

Saturday, January 9

Match Start Time (ET) television channel
Raiders at Bengals 4:30 pm NBC
Patriots in Bills 20:15 CBS

Sunday, January 10

Match Start Time (ET) television channel
Eagles on Buccaneers 13:00 Fox
49ers in jeans 4:30 pm CBS
Steelers at Chiefs 20:15 NBC

Monday, January 11

Match Start Time (ET) television channel
Cardinals at Rams 20:15 ABC, ESPN, ESPN2


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