Week 9 NFL Fixtures, Live TV Channels, Online Stream, Times

(Sporting Alert) — The undefeated Kansas City Chiefs are among the teams in action in the NFL on Sunday, while the likes of Denver Broncos New York Giants and the struggling Jacksonville Jaguars are all on byes in Week 9.

Live Coverage of Week 9 in the NFL will be on FOX, NBC and CBS.

Kansas City (8-0) is the only undefeated team left in the league this season and Andy Reid’s team travel to take on the Buffalo Bills (3-4) at Ralph Wilson Stadium.

After being battered and at criticized by fans and pundits for winning just two games, the Chiefs are now making the headlines for the right reasons and they are loving it.

“We love what’s going on around here as far as winning,” said Kansas City linebacker Tamba Hali. “None of us have been in this position where this team is 8-0.

“To keep winning, to go 1-0 every week, I think we have a sense of urgency to keep getting wins.”

The Chiefs come into this game on the back of a hard found 23-17 victory over the Cleveland Browns last weekend and they are expecting more of the same battle in Buffalo.

“We’re not trying to be the beauty queens. A win is a win,” said KC receiver Dexter McCluster said.

“We know we’re going to have to fight. This is the NFL.”

Also kick-off at 1:00 PM ET are the New Orleans Saints (6-1) who returned to winning ways with a 35-17 win over the Buffalo Bills last week, after seeing their five game winning streak ended at New England in Week 6.

The Saints, who are 2-1 on the road this term will visit the MetLife Stadium where they face the New York Jets (4-4) who have won three of their four games (3-1) at home this season.

Elsewhere on Sunday, Tampa Bay Buccaneers (0-7) winless thus far this season, will take on the Seattle Seahawks (7-1) who are looking for their fourth successive win and their eighth of the 2013 NFL season.

The New England Patriots (6-2) put its 4-0 undefeated home record at Gillette Stadium this season on the line when they take on the Pittsburgh Steelers (2-5) who have won just once on the road this year.

In the late game on NBC, Indianapolis Colts (5-2) who return from a bye week, following the 39-33 win over Denver Broncos the last time out, will travel to Reliant Stadium to take on the Houston Texans (2-5).

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SUN, NOV 3 TIME (ET) TV
Kansas City at Buffalo 1:00 PM CBS at Ralph Wilson Stadium
Minnesota at Dallas 1:00 PM FOX at AT&T Stadium
Tennessee at St. Louis 1:00 PM CBS at Edward Jones Dome
New Orleans at NY Jets 1:00 PM FOX at MetLife Stadium
San Diego at Washington 1:00 PM CBS at FedEx Field
Atlanta at Carolina 1:00 PM FOX at Bank of America Stadium
Philadelphia at Oakland 4:05 PM FOX at O.co Coliseum
Tampa Bay at Seattle 4:05 PM FOX at CenturyLink Field
Baltimore at Cleveland 4:25 PM CBS at FirstEnergy Stadium
Pittsburgh at New England 4:25 PM CBS at Gillette Stadium
Indianapolis at Houston 8:30 PM NBC at Reliant Stadium

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