This Sunday the Buffalo Bills are headed to Kansas City to take on the Chiefs in one of the biggest games of the year and some people in Buffalo might not be able to watch the game at home.

Currently, WIVB, the local CBS channel, is in a contract dispute with Verizon Fios and if an agreement is not met by midnight tonight, CBS might go dark for Verizon Fios users.

WIVB is also the home to CBS National Football League broadcasts and the game on Sunday between the Bills and the Chiefs is set to air on CBS at 4 pm.

Now if an agreement between WIVB and Verizon Fios does get worked out, you will have nothing to worry about and you will be able to watch the game on TV.

If an agreement is not worked out, you do have some choices to watch the game.

You could always go to a local bar or restaurant that is playing the game or head over to a friend's house to watch the game if they don't have Verizon Fios.

You could get an "Over the Air" antenna and try to pick up WIVB's signal and watch the game that way.

Finally, you could stream the game if you have a smart TV. Both Paramount + and NFL+ offer paid packages where you would have the option to watch the game.

Hopefully, if you have Verizon Fios, it won't come down to finding an alternative but just know there are options out there if you need them.

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