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Game time! The Denver Broncos (9-3) face the Buffalo Bills (7-5) on Sunday, December 7th, 2014. Kickoff at Sports Authority Field at Mile High is set for 2:05 p.m. Mile High time.

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It's the Kyle Orton Bowl in Denver this Sunday, but that doesn't even interest the Buffalo Bills quarterback, it seems.

"To be honest with you, not really," Orton said this week. "I'm excited to be playing December football games that count, and it's been a while for me since I've done that, and I'm very excited for the opportunity and expect to bring my best game."

The only other time Orton returned to play the Broncos in another uniform was a Week 17 snoozefest against the Kansas City Chiefs that saw Denver's division rival beat them 7-3. The Broncos won the AFC West division despite the loss.

Orton wouldn't take the bait to make this game about him during a conference call with Denver media.

"The mountains. See ya," Orton replied when asked what he misses most about Denver. Then he abruptly hung up the phone.

Broncos defensive coordinator Jack Del Rio was quick to sing Orton's praises.

"Kyle is playing well," said Del Rio. "He's doing a good job in their offense running it and leading it. He can throw the football. He's protecting it. He's thrown 13 touchdowns and four or five picks on the year, so he's doing a good job with that ratio. He can make all the throws, so he's veteran guy that knows where he's going with the ball and they have a good group of receivers. We've got to make sure we're on point."

Game time

Kickoff is set for 2:05 p.m. MST - Mile High time - at Sports Authority Field at Mile High on Sunday, December 7, 2014.

TV schedule

The game will air on CBS, broadcasting on KCNC-TV in Denver. Kevin Harlan (play-by-play) and Rich Gannon (color commentary) will call the game.

View our Broncos-Bills TV broadcast map to see if the game will air locally in your area. DirecTV Sunday Ticket customers can find the game on 715.

Online streaming

Verizon subscribers can tap into NFL Mobile. At a premium, you can stream the game after the final whistle blows from NFL.com using Game Rewind. You can also listen live using streaming audio from NFL.com.

Radio

Listen around Denver at 850 AM KOA and nationwide at Sirius 136. Dave Logan (play-by-play) and Ed McCaffrey (color commentary) will call the game with Alan Roach reporting from the sidelines. Nationally, ESPN Radio will broadcast the game with Bill Rosinski (play-by-play) and Bill Polian (color commentary) at the mic and Michele Steele reporting from the sidelines.  View the full Denver Broncos radio network here.

Fun fact

Some Broncos fans are planning to chant "Tebow" when Orton takes the field, a jab at the fact that the starter was benched for Tim Tebow by the Broncos in 2011. It's gaining some traction on Twitter.

Injury report

The Broncos have 16 players on their Week 14 injury report, including Demaryius Thomas (probably), Aqib Talib (probable), Julius Thomas (questionable), and Terrance "Pot Roast" Knighton (questionable).

Follow it live

Live Chat: MileHighReport.com during the game

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Odds

The Broncos are 10-point favorites against the Bills at home. Three of the Bills' five losses have been by ten or more points.

Tell us your predictions for the game in the comments!