Watch Broncos vs Falcons Live: TV channel, Online info, start time
Watch Falcons vs Broncos Live: The Falcons are favored to win for the first time this season. They will take on the Denver Broncos at 1 p.m. ET Sunday at Mercedes-Benz Stadium. Both teams seek to continue their momentum from their previous wins.
The Falcons were able to grind out a solid victory over the Panthers last Thursday, winning 25-17. No one had a standout game offensively for Falcons, but they got one touchdown from QB Matt Ryan. Ryan ended up with a passer rating of 142.
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Most of the squad's points came courtesy of special teams, which contributed 13. K Younghoe Koo delivered a perfect 4-for-4 game.
Meanwhile, it was a tight matchup that could have gone either way, but Denver made off with a 31-30 win over the Los Angeles Chargers last week. The win came about thanks to a strong surge after the third quarter to overcome a 24-10 deficit. Among those leading the charge for the Broncos was RB Phillip Lindsay, who punched in one rushing touchdown. That touchdown -- a 55-yard rush in the third quarter -- was one of the highlights of the game.
The Falcons are the favorite in this one, with an expected 4-point margin of victory. Those who got lucky with them against the spread last Thursday might want to hold off on placing bets this time since the team has yet to string together back-to-back wins against the spread.
Falcons is now 2-6 while Denver sits at 3-4. A couple defensive numbers to keep in mind before kickoff: Falcons is stumbling into the contest with the most passing touchdowns allowed in the NFL, having given up 20 on the season. To make matters even worse for the Falcons, the Broncos rank third in the league when it comes to rushing touchdowns allowed, with only five on the season. hm
How To Watch
When: Sunday at 1 p.m. ET
Where: Mercedes-Benz Stadium
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For cord-cutters who want to save some money, however, NFL football live options get a bit more complicated. Your best bet is to subscribe to a live TV service but the sheer number of channels that carry live games -- local CBS, NBC and Fox channels, as well as the national feeds of NFL Network and ESPN -- means you'll either have to get a relatively expensive service or make a compromise and miss some games every week.
The only way to get a full football experience is to have a whole litany of channels from your TV provider. Sunday NFC games are largely on Fox, AFC games are on CBS and Sunday night football is on NBC. Monday night football is only on ESPN. Though Fox has most Thursday night games, there are several that are NFL Network-only.
Every "Sunday Night Football" game of the 2020 season can be watched via the following services.
Sunday night games are broadcast nationally on NBC.
Additionally, ESPN Stats & Information provides a stat to know for each game, and the Football Power Index goes inside the numbers with a matchup rating and a game projection.
CBS All Access is another ideal option for watching NFL games online. In addition to a back catalog of CBS shows, plus some shows like Star Trek: Picard, this service also lets you watch your local CBS station and that channel’s games in your market as they air live.
FOX typically broadcasts two NFC games on Sunday afternoons since they hold the rights to the NFC matchups. The network will also air “Thursday Night Football” games.
ESPN will televise all 17 “MNF” games, while Amazon Prime will broadcast 11 Thursday night games.
The NFL Network and NFL Redzone announced that the channels will be available to watch on YouTube TV. The two channels are a part of YouTube TV’s new add-on package, Sports Plus and would give subscribers access to live exclusive games live studio shows.
How to watch ALL NFL Game live in the US:
If you live in the US and have a cable subscription, you’ll need access to the following networks in order to watch all of the NFL football action this season: ABC, CBS, CBS Sports Network, ESPN, ESPN2, ESPNU, ESPNews, ESPN 3, ESPN College Extra, NBC, Fox, FS1, FS2, Fox College Sports Atlantic, Fox College Sports Central, Fox College Sports Pacific, NFL Network, ACC Network, Big Ten Network, Longhorn Network, SEC Network, BTN (Big Ten Network) and Pac-12 Network.
However, if you aren’t a cable subscriber, you can still watch quite a few games over-the-air. With an indoor TV antenna you can watch NFL football games shown on ABC, NBC, CBS and Fox.
For the most part, prime time games with air on either ABC or Fox and CBS will show games from the SEC conference. Notre Dame fans will be happy to hear that all of the NFL games will still be shown on NBC this season as this year marks the 30th season of the Notre Dame on NBC partnership.
How to watch NFL football live online without cable:
Unfortunately there is no NFL equivalent of NFL’s Game Pass in the US, so watching NFL football online is a bit more challenging (and diverse) but don’t worry, as we’re here to help.
If you want to watch every NFL football game this season online you’ll need a live service that gives you access to all of the channels listed above. However, at this time, no single live service does but for your convenience we’ve compiled a list of our favorite live services and the networks they give you access to below.