By Alan Pergament
A website glitch by the National Football League briefly gave Buffalo Bills fans an early look at the 2014 schedule and there are no Monday Night Football games on it.
The only prime time appearance for the Bills is a Thursday night game at Miami on Nov. 13 on The NFL Network and the local broadcast channel that wins the bid to simulcast it.
The Green Bay game, which had been rumored to be on MNF, wil be played at 1 p.m. Dec 14 at Ralph Wilson Stadium.
All the Bills games except the Thursday night game and two road games on the West Coast will be played at 1 p.m.
The schedule was taken off BuffaloBills.com and other NFL team websites shortly after it was discovered but not before it was available for fans to see.
The Bills open the season at Chicago on Sept. 7 and return for their home opener against Miami on Sept. 14. They also have a Sept. 21 home date with San Diego.
The rumored Thanksgiving game at Detroit also didn't materialize. The Bills visit Detroit on Oct.5.
The schedule was returned to the website as originally scheduled at 8 p.m.
Fans might be confused by a new aspect of the TV schedule. Bills road games at Chicago and Detroit would be on Channel 4, the local CBS affiliate, in years past. They are on Fox this season as part of a new feature called "crossover games." Fox is carrying some games featuring AFC teams on the road and CBS is carrying some games featuring NFC teams on the road.
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