While some may say the Buffalo Bills have miles to go in their pursuit of an elusive Super Bowl championship, they will literally be traveling great distances throughout the upcoming NFL season. 

Ahead of the league’s schedule release, analyzed each NFL team's road opponents for the 2024-25 regular season, along with the five international games, to compute the linear miles each team will travel, as well as the the amount of times they will cross into a new time zone on each round trip.

The Bills are expected to travel a total of 16,710 road trip miles this season, while crossing 14 time zones — ranking them at No. 21 of the 32 NFL teams. 

The mileage was calculated by using the linear air distance between each stadium via Google Earth. This year, the NFL schedule has each AFC team with nine road games, and each NFC team with eight. 

While the eyes of Bills Mafia are already widened by Buffalo’s highly-anticipated rematch with the defending Super Bowl champion-Kansas City Chiefs in Week 11 at Highmark Stadium, the Bills will be on the road for exciting matchups with the Houston Texans, Indianapolis Colts, Baltimore Ravens and Detroit Lions. They will also be making their customary visits to Miami Gardens, FL, East Rutherford, NJ and Foxborough, MA for their AFC Division matchups with the Dolphins, Jets and Patriots respectively. 

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The Los Angeles Chargers will travel the most miles of any NFL team this season – without leaving the United States. The Chargers will cover 26,803 miles this season make 36 time zone changes. That includes 5 scheduled trips to the Eastern Time Zone. 

The remainder of the Bills schedule will be made official at 8:15 p.m. ET on Wednesday evening. 

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