This coming Sunday, the high-flying Buffalo Bills will travel to face the New York Giants at MetLife Stadium. The game is set to kickoff at 1:00 p.m. The game will be telecast by CBS and will be announced by the CBS' A-team duo of Jim Nantz and Phil Simms.
The Bills (4-1), who are tied with the New England Patriots for first place in the AFC East, are coming off of their first NFC East contest last week, when they outlasted the Philadelphia Eagles 31-24 in Buffalo.
The Giants, meanwhile, are coming off an upset loss to the Seattle Seahawks last week, and they are 3-2 coming in to this game. They trail the Washington Redskins (3-1) by one-half game in the NFC East.
Both teams have some serious injury issues coming in to the game, so check back later this week to see who will be active on Sunday. The Bills are trying to prove every week that they are for real, and both teams are trying to make a push to return to the playoffs. The Bills' absence from the postseason has been far longer than the Giants' absence has been, but both teams are motivated to be there this year.
With their defeat of the Philadelphia Eagles last week, the Bills are now 3-0 this year against playoff teams from the 2010 season. The Bills have won six of the past eight games in their series with the Giants. Of course, they still would trade all those wins in for a victory in Super Bowl XXV.
On Sunday, I will be writing a live blog on the game, so check in with Bleacher Report to get live reactions to the game and analysis of the action.