The Buffalo Bills will be facing the Tennessee Titans at Highmark Stadium tonight. Kickoff will be at 7:15 pm.

It's the home opener, and considering it's a Monday prime time game and an hour earlier than normal, chances are the traffic and crowds in Orchard Park will be pretty crazy.

The Bills are favored to beat the Titans at home, despite some injury concerns, and the hype surrounding the franchise has never been higher.

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This game will be broadcast on ESPN, which means national analysts will be in town to call the game.

Steve Levy, Louis Riddick and Dan Orlovsky will call the game from Highmark Stadium and that's not all. The ESPN crew will be broadcasting live in the Bills lot before the game.

According to NFL Live host Laura Rutledge, the crew at NFL Live will be broadcasting live from Highmark Stadium in Lot 3 for their show at 4 pm.

Lot 3 is across the street from Highmark Stadium, which is a stone's throw away from Hammer's Lot. They're encouraging Bills fans to attend and I don't think they will have a problem getting noise for their broadcast, especially considering the fact the lots open at 3:15 pm, which is when a majority of people show up.

It's so cool to get this big of a national spotlight on Buffalo. Mina Kimes of ESPN and NFL Live visited Macy's Place Pizzeria for chicken wings on Sunday, when she arrived in Western New York.

It'll be a party in Orchard Park.

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