Seahawks vs Titans Live

The Seahawks travel to Nashville on Sunday to take on the Tennessee Titans. Both Seattle and Tennessee are 1-1 to start 2017. Here’s a quick look at how the game shapes up.

This is not a must-win game for the Seahawks. And that is a good thing. Tennessee is pretty good. The Titans did lose at home in week one to the Oakland Raiders, though. So they will not want to start off 0-2 at home, of course.

Seattle lost their first road game of the season week one against the Green Bay Packers. The Packers are probably better than Tennessee, but not by much. And unless the Seahawks struggling offense can play much better than it has, any opponent will be difficult. Seattle could easily lose this game by two touchdowns.

The key for the Seahawks defense, of course, is stopping the Titans running game while containing quarterback Marcus Mariota. Last season, Titans running back DeMarco Murray was third in the league in rushing. With Murray out with injury in week two, however, Derrick Henry took over and rushed for 92 yards on just 14 carries and scored a touchdown. The Titans are good at running the ball. Murray is questionable for Sunday.

Really, though, this game will be up to the Seattle offense scoring points. So far in 2017 they have scored 9 and 12 points, respectively. Score that many or fewer again in week three and the Seahawks will be 1-2 when they return home.

Where, when and how to watch the Seahawks and Titans

When: Sunday, September 24th at 1:05 pm PT

Where: Nissan Stadium, Nashville, TN

How to Watch and Listen:

TV: NFL Sunday Ticket on DirectTV (with subscription) and in Seattle on Q13 FOX

Jets vs Dolphins Live

This week CBS will have a doubleheader (aside from Jacksonville and Baltimore where there will be a tripleheader), while FOX will show one game to each region. There is a London game, which means there will be a morning timeslot in addition to the two afternoon, and one night timeslot.

If you live in the New York area, you will see:

Ravens vs. Jaguars from London streaming on Yahoo

Giants at Eagles early on FOX

Dolphins at Jets early on CBS

Bengals at Packers late on CBS

The Baltimore-Jacksonville game will also be shown on the local CBS station in those areas.

The Jets and the Dolphins will kick off at 1:00 p.m. Eastern. Tom McCarthy, Steve Tasker, and Steve Beuerlein will call the game.

The broadcast footprint of this game will be quite small. Aside from New York, it will be shown in the Albany, Miami, West Palm Beach, Ft. Myers, Tampa, Orlando, Panama City, and Mobile markets.

Outside of there, you will have to depend on DirecTV’s Sunday Ticket. Students and those who live in apartments that cannot get DirecTV may subscribe to their streaming product.

The entire nation will see Oakland at Washington Sunday night on NBC and Dallas at Arizona Monday night on ESPN.

Buccaneers vs Vikings Live

The Minnesota Vikings started their season out right with a 29-19 win at U.S. Bank Stadium and they will be looking to recapture some of that offensive firepower as they return home Sunday afternoon to face the Tampa Bay Buccaneers.

But, with QB Sam Bradford ruled out with his knee injury, it will be up to Case Keenum for the second straight week.

Last week at Pittsburgh, Keenum had to fill in for Bradford and struggled to find a rhythm in a 26-9 loss. But in two career meetings against the Bucs, Keenum has a 118.8 rating, four touchdowns and one interception.

Either way, the Vikings will be looking to erase the self-inflicted mistakes that plagued them on the road, committing 11 penalties for 131 yards.

Here is how to watch the drama unfold Sunday:

Tampa Bay Bucs at Minnesota Vikings

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2016 rankings: Vikings 28th on offense (32nd rushing, 18th passing) and 3rd on defense (20th vs. run, 3rd vs. pass); Buccaneers 18th on offense (24th rushing, 16th passing) and 23rd on defense (22nd vs. run, 22nd vs. pass)

2017 rankings: Vikings 9th on offense (14th rushing, 12th passing) and 24th on defense (11th vs. run, 25th vs. pass); Buccaneers 19th on offense (11th rushing, 20th passing) and 16th on defense (1st vs. run, 28th vs. pass).

Location: U.S. Bank Stadium in Minneapolis.

Date: Sunday, Sept. 24, 2017.

Time: Noon CT.

TV: FOX. Thom Brennaman on play-by-play with Chris Spielman as analyst and Peter Schrager as sideline reporter.

Local Radio: Vikings Radio Network (KFAN-FM 100.3/KTLK-AM 1130). Paul Allen on play-by-play, Pete Bercich as analyst and Greg Coleman as sideline reporter. Pregame show at 10 a.m. CT.

Streaming: NFL Game Pass

Browns vs Colts Live

The Cleveland Browns are winless this season. The Indianapolis Colts are also winless. One of the teams will likely post a win and avoid the ignominious possibility of going winless for an entire season when they face other on Sunday (10 a.m. PT/1 p.m. ET, CBS, DirecTV).

You can watch the live stream on the NFL’s mobile app or DirecTV’s NFL app. If the NFL Network is part of your cable package, you can also live stream the game through the NFL app on XBox, Apple TV, or Roku device on your TV.

Cleveland (0-2) rookie quarterback DeShone Kizer has struggled as he adjusts to the NFL. Kizer has thrown four interceptions and one touchdown pass in his first two games. Kizer’s day was cut short when he sufered a migraine headache that forced him to leave the game during the loss to Baltimore in Week 2.

The Colts (0-2) will be without starter Andrew Luck for the third straight week as he continues to rehab from shoulder surgery. Colts coach Chuck Pagano said he doesn’t know when Luck will start practicing. Second-year quarterback Jacoby Brissett will make his second start with the team. Brissett completed just 54.7 percent of his passes and threw a critical interception that led to the game-winning field goal in the 16-13 overtime loss to Arizona in Week 2.

Here’s everything you need to know to watch the game, or follow along as we bring you the latest score, live updates, photos and video highlights in the comments section below.

What: Cleveland Browns vs Indianapolis Colts

When: Sunday, Sept. 24, 10 a.m. PT/1 p.m. ET

Where: Lucas Oil Stadium, Indianapolis, IN

TV: CBS, DirecTV

Saints vs Panthers Live

It’s Week 3, and the Saints still seek their first win of the season. Sound familiar?

New Orleans heads to face the division-rival Carolina Panthers with the goal of not repeating recent history on Sunday.

New Orleans began each of the past two seasons 0-3. They look to avoid the same fate against a Panthers team that has won its first two games, but has struggled to score points. They’re fresh off a 9-3 victory over the Buffalo Bills last week.

The Saints, meanwhile, are coming off a 36-20 loss to the New England Patriots.

Scroll down for all the broadcast info you’ll need to watch or listen to the game, as well as pregame storylines and live updates from the field.

Giants vs Eagles Live

Quarterback Carson Wentz, wide receiver Alshon Jeffery, tight end Zach Ertz and the Philadelphia Eagles (1-1) meet the struggling New York Giants (0-2) in an NFC East matchup in NFL Week 3 action on Sunday, September 24, 2017 (9/24/17) at Lincoln Financial Field in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.

The Giants, coming off losses to the Dallas Cowboys and Detroit Lions, are led by quarterback Eli Manning and wide receiver Odell Beckham Jr.

Here’s what you need to know:

Who: New York Giants at Philadelphia Eagles

When: Sunday, September 24, 2017

Where: Lincoln Financial Field, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.

Kickoff: 1:00 p.m. Eastern

TV: Fox

Announcers: Joe Back, Troy Aikman, Erin Andrews (sideline reporter)


94.1 FM SportsRadio WIP (Philadelphia)

660 AM, 101.9 FM WFAN (New York)

Livestream: NFL Game Pass or Sunday Ticket; Fox Sports Go (subscription required)

Falcons vs Lions Live

The Detroit Lions have started the new NFL regular season winning their first two games. The Lions’ haven’t had a better start to a season since 2011, when the Motor City rolled out five straight victories on their way to a 10-6 record and a playoff berth in the Wild Card round.

But Detroit will have a tough task keeping that winning streak going as they’ll host the 2-0 Atlanta Falcons this Sunday, a team that made it all the way to the Super Bowl last season.

The Lions enter into this matchup ranking 17th in total offense, 19th passing the ball and 14th on the ground. The Falcons offense ranks 10th in the NFL in total offense, ninth in passing and 16th in rushing.

Defensively, the Lions have the 9th best total defense in the league. They rank 21st against the pass and 4th against the run. The Falcons defense comes into Detroit with the 21st best defense, 23rd against the pass and 16th against the run.

So it appears fans can expect both teams to be trying to win this one through the air.

What You Need To Know

Game: Detroit Lions vs. Atlanta Falcons

Date: Sunday, September 24, 2017

Location: Ford Field – Detroit, Michigan

Kickoff Time: 1:00 p.m. (ET), 12:00 p.m. (CT), 10:00 a.m. (PT)

TV Channel: FOX – TV Affiliates List – Coverage Map

Steelers vs Bears Live

The Bears will host the Pittsburgh Steelers Sunday at Soldier Field at noon (CT). Here’s how you can watch and listen to the Week 3 contest:

The game will be broadcast by CBS Sports, featuring Greg Gumbel (play-by-play), Trent Green (analyst) and Jamie Erdahl (reporter).

Click here to see where the Bears game will be televised throughout the country, according to 506 Sports.

The contest will be broadcast on WBBM 780 AM and 105.9 FM, with Jeff Joniak (play-by-play), former Bears guard Tom Thayer (color analyst) and Zach Zaidman (sideline reporter). The game will also be broadcast across the Chicago Bears Radio Network as well as in Spanish on WVIV 93.5 FM and WRTO 1200 AM.

The game can also be heard live on Sirius/XM channels 135 and internet channel 805.

The WBBM pregame show airs three hours prior to kickoff. The postgame show from the locker room features exclusive analysis at and

Fans can follow game action on and the team’s other social media channels as well as via the official Bears app Chicago Bears Official App.

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Texans vs Patriots Live

The Patriots look to have another strong outing after their sound victory over the New Orleans Saints and they’ll get a good chance to shine against the Houston Texans. The Patriots have historically dominated the Texans, holding an 8-1 record with the lone loss coming in the 2009 regular season finale where the Patriots rested a lot of their starters, but still lost Wes Welker to a torn ACL.

The two teams last played in the divisional round of the 2016-17 playoffs where the Patriots won 35-16 en route to winning Super Bowl LI. The two sides also faced off in week 3 of the 2016 regular season where then-rookie QB Jacoby Brissett led the Patriots to a decisive 27-0 victory.

Houston is known for their strong defense, but their offense is in serious trouble. Nearly half of their passing targets have gone to WR DeAndre Hopkins, which really simplifies the job of the New England secondary. All of the Texans tight ends are dealing with various injuries, too.

Here’s all the game information below.

Date: Sunday, September 24th, 2017

Location: Gillette Stadium, Foxborough, Massachusetts

Kickoff: 1:00 PM EST

Line: Patriots -13.5

O/U: 44.0

SB Nation Affiliates:


Broncos vs Bills Live

The Bills host the Denver Broncos Sunday afternoon at New Era Field. Here are a few things you need to know.

Kickoff: 1 p.m. Sunday.

Where: New Era Field, Orchard Park, New York.

Tickets: There are some remaining. To purchase, click here.

TV: CBS (Spero Dedes, play-by-play; Adam Archuleta, analysis).

Bills broadcasts: On TV, channel 8 in Rochester, channel 4 in Buffalo; On radio, 96.5 WCMF-FM in Rochester, WGR 550-AM in Buffalo (John Murphy, play-by-play; Mark Kelso, analyst; Sal Capaccio, sideline reporter.

Broncos broadcasts: KCNC CBS Channel 4 in Denver; On radio, KOA 850 AM/94.1 FM and The Fox 103.5 FM (Dave Logan, play-by-play; Rick Lewis, analyst; Tyler Polumbus, sideline reporter.

Spread: Denver -3.0 points.

Tailgating/Parking: Opens at 9 a.m.

Gameday promotions: In support of the NFL’s Play 60 initiative, a national campaign focused on promoting health and fitness among youth, the Bills and the Independent Health Foundation will host students who completed the Play 60 Challenge and Fitness for Kids Challenge in a pregame on-field recognition ceremony. Joining them will be students participating in the Fuel Up to Play 60 program presented by American Dairy Association North East. The Bills will be presenting the 2017 Hispanic Heritage Leadership Award during pregame festivities. Performing at halftime, will be the Penn State Marching Band. The gate giveaway is ECMC pocket bandages.