Today's Vikings vs Bills live stream is a matchup between two of the leagues’ top teams. Minnesota enters with the second-best record in the NFL at (7-1) and despite a tough loss to the Jets last week, Buffalo (6-2) is still regarded as the favorite to come out of the AFC. Now with Josh Allen “active” despite an elbow injury, this NFL live stream will be a fight to the end.
The Vikings' elite season continued last week, when they came back to beat the Commanders 20-17. Minnesota trailed 17-7 in the fourth quarter but a field goal, a Harrison Smith interception and touchdown reception by Dalvin Cook set the stage for Greg Joseph to hammer home the game winning 28-yard field goal.
Quarterback Kirk Cousins threw for 265 yards in the win on 22-of-40 passing with two touchdowns and an interception against his former team. Justin Jefferson caught seven passes for 115 yards and a score.
Jefferson is putting together another pro bowl year in this third season. He is second in the NFL in receiving yards, yards-after-catch among wide receivers and fifth in receptions, but this week will undoubtedly be a huge test for Jefferson and the 8th ranked Vikings' offense.
The Bills (6-2) have been dominant this season, ranking first in fewest points allowed and third in points scored. Last week however, they had a wake-up call. All of Bills Mafia is hoping last week’s 20-17 loss to the Jets was merely a hiccup.
One thing is weighing heavier on the Bills than last week's “L” and that’s the health of quarterback Josh Allen. The MVP front-runner was sacked five times against the Jets and is listed as questionable today with an ulnar collateral ligament (UCL) injury in his throwing elbow. He is listed as active, but was not on the field for pregame warmups according to ESPN's Adam Schefter.
If Allen can’t go the distance today, former Vikings‘ QB and current Bills’ backup Case Keenum will go in for the Buffalo. Keenum quarterbacked the Vikings to the NFC Championship game in 2017, going 11-3 as their starter that year before falling to the Eagles in the conference championship.
According to the Action Network (opens in new tab) the Bills are 4.5-point favorites against the Vikings.
Vikings vs Bills Inactives:
Vikings: Luiji Vilain (OLB), Benton Whitley (OLB), Vederian Lowe (OT), Chris Reed (G/C), Esezi Otomewo(DL) , Dalvin Tomlinson (DT)
Bills: Tommy Sweeney (TE), Justin Murray (OL), Greg Rousseau (DE), Baylon Spector (LB), Tre'Davious White (CB), Kaiir Elam (CB), Jordan Poyer (S)
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Vikings vs Bills live streams in the US
The game starts at 1 p.m. ET / 10 p.m. PT today (Nov. 13)
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Vikings vs Bills live streams in the UK
American football fans across the pond cannot watch Vikings vs Bills on Sky Sports (opens in new tab), the typical home to more than 100 live games per NFL season.
The Vikings vs Bills live stream starts at 9.25 p.m. GMT today.
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Vikings vs Bills live streams in Canada
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