Eagles v. Buccaneers wildcard game: where to stream online – SFGate

After a long season, the NFL Playoffs are here and Wild Card Weekend is upon us. With the Green Bay Packers locking up the No. 1 seed and getting a bye, the No. 2 seed Tampa Bay Buccaneers (13-4) host the No. 7 seed Philadelphia Eagles (9-8) to see who makes it to the Division Round of the postseason.
Entering the season, the Eagles were seen as the 3rd or 4th best team in their own division, but Jalen Hurts and the rest of the offense ended up leading the league in rushing and slipping into the playoffs as the 7th seed. This unstoppable force meets an immovable object on Sunday, since it’s largely considered impossible to run against the Bucs. Hurts will have to win the game with his arm. Will he be able to do it?
On the flip side, the reigning Super Bowl Champion Buccaneers had another great season, finishing as the second seed and locking in home field advantage for the first two rounds of the playoffs. Chris Godwin is out with a knee injury, and Antonio Brown is off the team following his latest meltdown. Brady will have to overcome that and key injuries to running backs Leonard Fournette and Gio Bernard if he wants to return to the big dance.
If you plan on watching Wild Card Weekend, you should be able to tune into every game with just a basic cable TV package since all the games are nationally televised on local channels. The Eagles-Bucs game is being broadcasted by both FOX and NFL Network, so if you have cable you’re all set. If you don’t have cable, you can use a simple digital TV antenna and tune into your local FOX station and have no trouble catching the game.
But don’t worry, even without cable TV or an antenna you should have no trouble finding the game. Some of the easiest ways include:
If you’re anything like me, then you don’t even have cable TV, but you’d still prefer not to watch the games on your phone or computer. In that case, you should consider getting a streaming service with live TV. All of the major streaming services have local channels (ABC, CBS, FOX, & NBC), and these channels have broadcasting rights for all of the games in the NFL Playoffs. So with a streaming service, you’ll be able to tune into every game of the postseason without missing a beat.
When it comes to watching the NFL Playoffs, the best streaming services include:
Most of the streaming services above will include NFL Network in addition to your local channels, which is great since the Eagles-Bucs game is being broadcasted there as well. With Sling TV, take note that only Sling Blue includes NFL Network; Orange does not have that channel.


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