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Groundbreaking Beth Mowins returns to Upstate New York to call Bills-Dolphins game

Beth Mowins, the second woman to call NFL play-by-play in the regular season, will have the broadcast of the Bills game against the Miami Dolphins on Sunday on CBS.

Mowins, a Syracuse native, is paired with game analyst Jay Feely, a former Dolphins kicker.

Mowins joined Gayle Sierens as the lone women to handle play-by-play for an NFL regular season game. Sierens worked for NBC Sports in 1987. Mowins became the first woman to call a nationally televised game when she handled the Monday Night Football opening week between the Chargers and Broncos this season. She worked that game with former Bills coach Rex Ryan.

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Here's a wrapup of Alan Pergament's reviews of Bills' broadcasts this season:

Being generous, CBS' Harlan was off his game

CBS' Harlan recovers, tries his best to make Bills game exciting

CBS' Dedes, Archuleta as solid as the Bills defense

Gumbel, Green add to understandable confusion during Bills-Falcons

Tasker, Beuerlein make three-man booth work through fun, disagreement

Fox's TV crew is unbiased but at times misses 'The Big Picture'

Even Lofton's excessive, pointless talking can't ruin Bills win for fans

Alan Pergament: Unlike the Bills, Romo lived up to the hype

Fox's Barber channels frustration of Bills fans in a calm way

Daryl Johnston plays defense on Fox during Bills disaster

CBS' Gumbel and Green are solid, efficient and entertaining in Bills victory

Unlike the Bills, Nantz and Romo perform like a No. 1 team

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