It's been very hard to keep up with the schedule changes in the NFL for the last two weeks.

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Late Thursday, the NFL officially moved the Bills game against the Tenessee Titans from Sunday, October 11th to Tuesday, October 13th.

However, that was put in serious doubt early Sunday morning, when news came a Titans coach tested positive for COVID-19.

Many speculated the game would be either moved again or canceled altogether. That looks like it's not the case and for now (October 11th), the game Tuesday night against the Titans will still be played, assuming no Titans players test positive Monday or Tuesday.

But it has changed the schedule for the Bills next opponent.

According to the NFL, the Bills game against the Kansas City Chiefs, which was originally scheduled for Thursday Night Football this week, has been moved to Monday at 5 pm EST.

The league has also moved multiple start times for games around the NFL, to fit these accommodations. The Denver Broncos game against the New England Patriots has been moved to next week, with both teams getting a "bey week" this week, due to another Patriots player testing positive for COVID-19 on Sunday morning.

It's an unusual start time -- 5 pm next Monday for the Bills game vs. the Chiefs. This week's game is also a weird start time -- Tuesday t 7 pm against the Titans.

We'll see if anything changes tomorrow...