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How to watch Bills-Chiefs on Monday via live online stream

We go over how to watch Monday’s late night Week 6 matchup between the Bills and Chiefs.

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Patrick Mahomes of the Kansas City Chiefs celebrates a two point conversion pass against the Las Vegas Raiders during the fourth quarter at Arrowhead Stadium on October 11, 2020 in Kansas City, Missouri. Photo by Jamie Squire/Getty Images

The Kansas City Chiefs and Buffalo Bills are set to face off in a Monday evening game in Week 6. The game is set to kick off at 5 p.m. ET and will air on FOX. The game was previously scheduled as Thursday Night Football, but Week 5 Covid-19 rescheduling resulted in the game being moved to Monday.

The Chiefs and Bills both suffered their first losses of the season in Week 5 and have 4-1 records. Kansas City was upset by the Las Vegas Raiders in a one-score game while Buffalo was blown out by the Tennessee Titans. Each side is looking to gain momentum ahead of Week 7.

Patrick Mahomes and the Chiefs lost Sammy Watkins to a hamstring injury in their last outing but have gotten even richer on offense by signing former New York Giants running back Le’Veon Bell. Bell cannot play in Week 6, but eventually will share work with rookie Clyde Edwards-Helaire and could make the reigning champs even more dangerous.

Buffalo’s Josh Allen is coming off his worst game of the season. The signal-caller threw two pics against the Titans and struggled without John Brown, who was ruled out with a calf injury. It appears like the wideout is working toward playing. Buffalo can overcome its struggling defense against any team when healthy, so its matchup against the Chiefs could be a good one.

If you can’t watch this game on TV, you have the option to stream the matchup on the Fox Sports App. If you don’t have cable, you can get a free trial from YouTube TV, Hulu with Live TV, AT&T TV Now, FuboTV, or Sling TV to stream the game.

The game is often a little bit delayed on live streams, but usually it’s only between 30 and 60 seconds behind the TV broadcast. That can impact you if you’re on Twitter during the game, but otherwise it’s an easy option.

The Chiefs enter this game as a five-point favorite and -230 on the moneyline. The Bills are +200 on the moneyline. The point total is 57.