One of the best pass-catchers in the league last year will be on display when Stefon Diggs and the Buffalo Bills visit the Washington Commanders on Sunday, September 24, 2023.
On the offensive side of the ball, the Bills were a top-five unit last season, ranking second-best in the NFL by averaging 397.6 yards per game. They ranked sixth on defense (319.1 yards allowed per game). The Commanders ranked 24th in scoring offense (18.9 points per game) and seventh in scoring defense (20.2 points allowed per game) last year.
In the article below, we provide all the details you need to watch this matchup on TV.
How to Watch Commanders vs. Bills
- When: Sunday, September 24, 2023 at 1:00 PM ET
- Where: FedExField in Landover, Maryland
- TV: Watch on CBS
- Live Stream: fuboTV – (Start Your Free Trial)
Bills vs. Commanders: Head-to-Head
- In the past five meetings, Buffalo holds a 4-1 record against Washington.
- Buffalo has scored 113 points in the last five matchups while only giving up 67 to Washington
Bills’ 2023 Schedule
|9/11/2023||at New York||L 22-16||ABC/ESPN|
|9/17/2023||Las Vegas||W 38-10||CBS|
|10/22/2023||at New England||–||CBS|
|10/26/2023||Tampa Bay||–||Amazon Prime Video|
|12/10/2023||at Kansas City||–||CBS|
|12/23/2023||at Los Angeles||–||Peacock|
Bills 2022 Stats & Insights
- The Bills ranked sixth in total defense last season (319.1 yards allowed per game), but they excelled on offense, ranking second-best in the NFL with 397.6 total yards per game.
- Offensively, Buffalo ranked seventh in the NFL with 258.1 passing yards per game last season. Meanwhile, it ranked 15th in passing yards allowed per contest (214.6).
- Defensively, the Bills were a top-five unit in terms of rushing yards last season, ranking fifth-best by surrendering only 104.6 rushing yards per game. They ranked seventh on offense (139.5 rushing yards per game).
- With 27 forced turnovers (fourth in NFL) against 27 turnovers committed (30th in NFL) last season, Buffalo’s even turnover margin ranked 15th in the league.
Bills Key Players
- In 16 games last year, Josh Allen passed for 4,283 yards (267.7 per game), with 35 touchdowns and 14 interceptions, and a completion percentage of 63.3%.
- Diggs had 108 receptions for 1,429 yards (89.3 per game) and 11 touchdowns in 16 games.
- On the ground, Latavius Murray scored six touchdowns a season ago and picked up 760 yards (58.5 per game).
Commanders’ 2023 Schedule
|9/17/2023||at Denver||W 35-33||CBS|
|10/5/2023||Chicago||–||Amazon Prime Video|
|10/22/2023||at New York||–||CBS|
|11/5/2023||at New England||–||FOX|
|12/17/2023||at Los Angeles||–||CBS|
|12/24/2023||at New York||–||CBS|
Commanders 2022 Stats & Insights
- Defensively, the Commanders were a top-five unit last season, ranking third-best by allowing just 304.6 yards per game. They ranked 20th on offense (330.3 yards per game).
- On the defensive side of the ball, Washington was a top-five unit in terms of passing yards last season, ranking fourth-best by giving up just 191.3 passing yards per game. It ranked 21st on offense (204.2 passing yards per game).
- The Commanders put up 126.1 rushing yards per game on offense last season, which ranked them 12th in the NFL. Defensively, they ranked 11th, surrendering 113.3 rushing yards per contest.
- With 18 forced turnovers (26th in NFL) against 23 turnovers committed (17th in NFL) last season, Washington’s -5 turnover margin ranked 26th in the NFL.
Commanders Key Players
- In addition to his 2,608 passing yards and 64% completion percentage last season for the Browns, Jacoby Brissett tallied 12 touchdowns against six interceptions.
- Terry McLaurin was an asset, piling up 1,191 receiving yards and five touchdowns on 77 receptions.
- Antonio Gibson assisted the offense by rushing for 546 yards (36.4 yards per game) and three touchdowns.