Pittsburgh Steelers vs Cleveland Browns

The Pittsburgh Steelers have been accused of preparing to tank the 2017 season after jettisoning a bunch of veteran players. The Jets deny the accusation, and claim they will be competitive this season. We’ll find out if they’re blowing off the 2017 season when they face the Buffalo Bills 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.

The Jets (5-11 in 2016) rid themselves of veteran players such as wide receivers Brandon Marshall, Eric Decker, center Nick Mangold, defensive lineman Sheldon Richardson and quarterback Ryan Fitzgerald during the offseason. The moves to roll with young players – except for 38-year-old starting quarterback Josh McCown – prompted accusations the Jets were preparing to lose games to position themselves to win the No. 1 pick in the 2018 NFL draft, when a bevy of talented quarterbacks are expected to be available.

The Bills (7-9 in 2016) have a new coach in Sean McDermott. Bills fans hope that McDermott will lead the team to the playoffs and end the longest active playoff drought in not only the NFL, but in all of major professional sports in the United States. The Bills haven’t tasted the playoffs since 1999. The Bills have quarterback Tyrod Taylor, who is expected to play after clearing the league’s concussion protocol earlier this week.
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: Pittsburgh Steelers vs Cleveland Browns

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

Where: New Era Stadium, Buffalo, NY

TV: CBS, DirecTV

Watch online: 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.

Local players to watch: Buffalo – S Jordan Poyer (Oregon State).

Follow along as we bring you live updates and analysis from the game from kickoff through the final whistle in the comments section below. Have thoughts on how the Jets are Bills performing? Don’t hesitate to jump in on the live updates and chat with us as the game rolls along.

Baltimore Ravens vs Cincinnati Bengals

The Baltimore Ravens have been accused of preparing to tank the 2017 season after jettisoning a bunch of veteran players. The Jets deny the accusation, and claim they will be competitive this season. We’ll find out if they’re blowing off the 2017 season when they face the Buffalo Bills 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.

The Jets (5-11 in 2016) rid themselves of veteran players such as wide receivers Brandon Marshall, Eric Decker, center Nick Mangold, defensive lineman Sheldon Richardson and quarterback Ryan Fitzgerald during the offseason. The moves to roll with young players – except for 38-year-old starting quarterback Josh McCown – prompted accusations the Jets were preparing to lose games to position themselves to win the No. 1 pick in the 2018 NFL draft, when a bevy of talented quarterbacks are expected to be available.

The Bills (7-9 in 2016) have a new coach in Sean McDermott. Bills fans hope that McDermott will lead the team to the playoffs and end the longest active playoff drought in not only the NFL, but in all of major professional sports in the United States. The Bills haven’t tasted the playoffs since 1999. The Bills have quarterback Tyrod Taylor, who is expected to play after clearing the league’s concussion protocol earlier this week.
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: Baltimore Ravens vs Cincinnati Bengals

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

Where: New Era Stadium, Buffalo, NY

TV: CBS, DirecTV

Watch online: 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.

Local players to watch: Buffalo – S Jordan Poyer (Oregon State).

Follow along as we bring you live updates and analysis from the game from kickoff through the final whistle in the comments section below. Have thoughts on how the Jets are Bills performing? Don’t hesitate to jump in on the live updates and chat with us as the game rolls along.

Atlanta Falcons vs Chicago Bears

The Atlanta Falcons Jets have been accused of preparing to tank the 2017 season after jettisoning a bunch of veteran players. The Jets deny the accusation, and claim they will be competitive this season. We’ll find out if they’re blowing off the 2017 season when they face the Buffalo Bills 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.

The Jets (5-11 in 2016) rid themselves of veteran players such as wide receivers Brandon Marshall, Eric Decker, center Nick Mangold, defensive lineman Sheldon Richardson and quarterback Ryan Fitzgerald during the offseason. The moves to roll with young players – except for 38-year-old starting quarterback Josh McCown – prompted accusations the Jets were preparing to lose games to position themselves to win the No. 1 pick in the 2018 NFL draft, when a bevy of talented quarterbacks are expected to be available.

The Bills (7-9 in 2016) have a new coach in Sean McDermott. Bills fans hope that McDermott will lead the team to the playoffs and end the longest active playoff drought in not only the NFL, but in all of major professional sports in the United States. The Bills haven’t tasted the playoffs since 1999. The Bills have quarterback Tyrod Taylor, who is expected to play after clearing the league’s concussion protocol earlier this week.
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: Atlanta Falcons vs Chicago Bears

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

Where: New Era Stadium, Buffalo, NY

TV: CBS, DirecTV

Watch online: 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.

Local players to watch: Buffalo – S Jordan Poyer (Oregon State).

Follow along as we bring you live updates and analysis from the game from kickoff through the final whistle in the comments section below. Have thoughts on how the Jets are Bills performing? Don’t hesitate to jump in on the live updates and chat with us as the game rolls along.

New York Jets vs Buffalo Bills

The New York Jets have been accused of preparing to tank the 2017 season after jettisoning a bunch of veteran players. The Jets deny the accusation, and claim they will be competitive this season. We’ll find out if they’re blowing off the 2017 season when they face the Buffalo Bills 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.

The Jets (5-11 in 2016) rid themselves of veteran players such as wide receivers Brandon Marshall, Eric Decker, center Nick Mangold, defensive lineman Sheldon Richardson and quarterback Ryan Fitzgerald during the offseason. The moves to roll with young players – except for 38-year-old starting quarterback Josh McCown – prompted accusations the Jets were preparing to lose games to position themselves to win the No. 1 pick in the 2018 NFL draft, when a bevy of talented quarterbacks are expected to be available.

The Bills (7-9 in 2016) have a new coach in Sean McDermott. Bills fans hope that McDermott will lead the team to the playoffs and end the longest active playoff drought in not only the NFL, but in all of major professional sports in the United States. The Bills haven’t tasted the playoffs since 1999. The Bills have quarterback Tyrod Taylor, who is expected to play after clearing the league’s concussion protocol earlier this week.
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: New York Jets vs Buffalo Bills

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

Where: New Era Stadium, Buffalo, NY

TV: CBS, DirecTV

Watch online: 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.

Local players to watch: Buffalo – S Jordan Poyer (Oregon State).

Follow along as we bring you live updates and analysis from the game from kickoff through the final whistle in the comments section below. Have thoughts on how the Jets are Bills performing? Don’t hesitate to jump in on the live updates and chat with us as the game rolls along.

Baltimore vs Cincinnati

The Atlanta have been accused of preparing to tank the 2017 season after jettisoning a bunch of veteran players. The Jets deny the accusation, and claim they will be competitive this season. We’ll find out if they’re blowing off the 2017 season when they face the Buffalo Bills 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.

The Jets (5-11 in 2016) rid themselves of veteran players such as wide receivers Brandon Marshall, Eric Decker, center Nick Mangold, defensive lineman Sheldon Richardson and quarterback Ryan Fitzgerald during the offseason. The moves to roll with young players – except for 38-year-old starting quarterback Josh McCown – prompted accusations the Jets were preparing to lose games to position themselves to win the No. 1 pick in the 2018 NFL draft, when a bevy of talented quarterbacks are expected to be available.

The Bills (7-9 in 2016) have a new coach in Sean McDermott. Bills fans hope that McDermott will lead the team to the playoffs and end the longest active playoff drought in not only the NFL, but in all of major professional sports in the United States. The Bills haven’t tasted the playoffs since 1999. The Bills have quarterback Tyrod Taylor, who is expected to play after clearing the league’s concussion protocol earlier this week.
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: Baltimore vs Cincinnati

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

Where: New Era Stadium, Buffalo, NY

TV: CBS, DirecTV

Watch online: 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.

Local players to watch: Buffalo – S Jordan Poyer (Oregon State).

Follow along as we bring you live updates and analysis from the game from kickoff through the final whistle in the comments section below. Have thoughts on how the Jets are Bills performing? Don’t hesitate to jump in on the live updates and chat with us as the game rolls along.

New York Jets vs Buffalo Bills

The New York Jets have been accused of preparing to tank the 2017 season after jettisoning a bunch of veteran players. The Jets deny the accusation, and claim they will be competitive this season. We’ll find out if they’re blowing off the 2017 season when they face the Buffalo Bills 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.

The Jets (5-11 in 2016) rid themselves of veteran players such as wide receivers Brandon Marshall, Eric Decker, center Nick Mangold, defensive lineman Sheldon Richardson and quarterback Ryan Fitzgerald during the offseason. The moves to roll with young players – except for 38-year-old starting quarterback Josh McCown – prompted accusations the Jets were preparing to lose games to position themselves to win the No. 1 pick in the 2018 NFL draft, when a bevy of talented quarterbacks are expected to be available.

The Bills (7-9 in 2016) have a new coach in Sean McDermott. Bills fans hope that McDermott will lead the team to the playoffs and end the longest active playoff drought in not only the NFL, but in all of major professional sports in the United States. The Bills haven’t tasted the playoffs since 1999. The Bills have quarterback Tyrod Taylor, who is expected to play after clearing the league’s concussion protocol earlier this week.

What: New York Jets vs. Buffalo Bills

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

Where: New Era Stadium, Buffalo, NY

TV: CBS, DirecTV

Watch online: 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.

Local players to watch: Buffalo – S Jordan Poyer (Oregon State).

Follow along as we bring you live updates and analysis from the game from kickoff through the final whistle in the comments section below. Have thoughts on how the Jets are Bills performing? Don’t hesitate to jump in on the live updates and chat with us as the game rolls along.

Patriots vs Chiefs live

We’re finally here, football fans. The first game of the 2017 NFL season is finally upon us. Since the New England Patriots played in and won the the final game of the 2016 season—you know, Super Bowl LI—they get the honor of hosting the first game of 2017.

After months of offseason business and a flurry of roster activity, we’ll finally get to see the new-look Patriots in action.

How will newcomers such as Mike Gillislee, Brandin Cooks and Stephon Gilmore impact the team? How much will the loss of wideout Julian Edelman hamper the offense? We’ll start getting real answers to these questions on Thursday night.

New England’s first test is the Kansas City Chiefs, a team that came within a few plays of facing the Patriots in the AFC title game last year. For fans, this is a near-ideal way to kick off the new season.

We’re here to break down the season’s first contest, examine injuries and fantasy situations and, of course, make a prediction. Here’s everything you need to know about New England’s Week 1 matchup.

What: Kansas City Chiefs at New England Patriots

Where: Gillette Stadium, Foxborough, MA

When: Thursday, September 7 at 8:30 p.m. ET

National TV: NBC

Before we dig into the game itself, let’s check out some of the latest news and rumors surrounding New England’s Week 1 matchup with the Chiefs.

Solder off Injury Report

One of the biggest developments for New England heading into the game is the fact Nate Solder is no longer listed on the team’s injury report (we’ll look at that later). The starting left tackle had been sidelined during the preseason, and there was speculation he could miss the season opener.

The Patriots will need Solder to stay healthy throughout this game, as backup tackle Cameron Fleming is dealing with an injury and may not be a full-go.

Patriots add Dorsett

With Julian Edelman out, the Patriots decided to add some veteran receiver help for the offense. They traded away third-string quarterback Jacoby Brissett in order to acquire Phillip Dorsett from the Indianapolis Colts.

The wideout is an explosive receiver who averaged 16.0 yards per reception last season. He also provides value as a returner.

While Dorsett has only been with the Patriots for days, we could see him on the field sooner rather than later. The 24-year-old doesn’t seem to be struggling with the playbook.

“I wouldn’t say [it’s been] overwhelming. I think I’m a pretty smart guy,” he said, per Ryan Hannable of WEEI.com.

Who Will Return Punts for New England?

Dorsett’s return potential is important for the Patriots because they have a serious question mark at the returner position—and it’s why we may see him make an early debut.

Edelman, a quality returner, is off the table. So is cornerback Cyrus Jones, who suffered a torn ACL and meniscus against the New York Giants in the preseason finale. A healthy Dion Lewis gives the Patriots their answer at kick returner, but he doesn’t generally return punts.

Could the Patriots give Lewis a shot at returning punts on Thursday? It’s a move that could pay off, especially if the team believes a full backfield will alter his offensive impact. The likely alternative is wideout Danny Amendola, who is a solid returner in his own right.

There is risk involved here for New England, of course. Subjecting either Lewis or Amendola to an increased injury risk on special teams could have devastating consequences.

The Patriots would probably feel a lot better if they had a relatively expendable player such as Jones to utilize in the role.

Patriots vs Chiefs

We’re finally here, football fans. The first game of the 2017 NFL season is finally upon us. Since the New England Patriots played in and won the the final game of the 2016 season—you know, Super Bowl LI—they get the honor of hosting the first game of 2017.

After months of offseason business and a flurry of roster activity, we’ll finally get to see the new-look Patriots in action.

How will newcomers such as Mike Gillislee, Brandin Cooks and Stephon Gilmore impact the team? How much will the loss of wideout Julian Edelman hamper the offense? We’ll start getting real answers to these questions on Thursday night.

New England’s first test is the Kansas City Chiefs, a team that came within a few plays of facing the Patriots in the AFC title game last year. For fans, this is a near-ideal way to kick off the new season.

We’re here to break down the season’s first contest, examine injuries and fantasy situations and, of course, make a prediction. Here’s everything you need to know about New England’s Week 1 matchup.

What: Kansas City Chiefs at New England Patriots

Where: Gillette Stadium, Foxborough, MA

When: Thursday, September 7 at 8:30 p.m. ET

National TV: NBC

Before we dig into the game itself, let’s check out some of the latest news and rumors surrounding New England’s Week 1 matchup with the Chiefs.

Solder off Injury Report

One of the biggest developments for New England heading into the game is the fact Nate Solder is no longer listed on the team’s injury report (we’ll look at that later). The starting left tackle had been sidelined during the preseason, and there was speculation he could miss the season opener.

The Patriots will need Solder to stay healthy throughout this game, as backup tackle Cameron Fleming is dealing with an injury and may not be a full-go.

Patriots add Dorsett

With Julian Edelman out, the Patriots decided to add some veteran receiver help for the offense. They traded away third-string quarterback Jacoby Brissett in order to acquire Phillip Dorsett from the Indianapolis Colts.

The wideout is an explosive receiver who averaged 16.0 yards per reception last season. He also provides value as a returner.

While Dorsett has only been with the Patriots for days, we could see him on the field sooner rather than later. The 24-year-old doesn’t seem to be struggling with the playbook.

“I wouldn’t say [it’s been] overwhelming. I think I’m a pretty smart guy,” he said, per Ryan Hannable of WEEI.com.

Who Will Return Punts for New England?

Dorsett’s return potential is important for the Patriots because they have a serious question mark at the returner position—and it’s why we may see him make an early debut.

Edelman, a quality returner, is off the table. So is cornerback Cyrus Jones, who suffered a torn ACL and meniscus against the New York Giants in the preseason finale. A healthy Dion Lewis gives the Patriots their answer at kick returner, but he doesn’t generally return punts.

Could the Patriots give Lewis a shot at returning punts on Thursday? It’s a move that could pay off, especially if the team believes a full backfield will alter his offensive impact. The likely alternative is wideout Danny Amendola, who is a solid returner in his own right.

There is risk involved here for New England, of course. Subjecting either Lewis or Amendola to an increased injury risk on special teams could have devastating consequences.

The Patriots would probably feel a lot better if they had a relatively expendable player such as Jones to utilize in the role.

Kansas City Chiefs vs New England Patriots live

We’re finally here, football fans. The first game of the 2017 NFL season is finally upon us. Since the New England Patriots played in and won the the final game of the 2016 season—you know, Super Bowl LI—they get the honor of hosting the first game of 2017.

After months of offseason business and a flurry of roster activity, we’ll finally get to see the new-look Patriots in action.

How will newcomers such as Mike Gillislee, Brandin Cooks and Stephon Gilmore impact the team? How much will the loss of wideout Julian Edelman hamper the offense? We’ll start getting real answers to these questions on Thursday night.

New England’s first test is the Kansas City Chiefs, a team that came within a few plays of facing the Patriots in the AFC title game last year. For fans, this is a near-ideal way to kick off the new season.

We’re here to break down the season’s first contest, examine injuries and fantasy situations and, of course, make a prediction. Here’s everything you need to know about New England’s Week 1 matchup.

What: Kansas City Chiefs at New England Patriots

Where: Gillette Stadium, Foxborough, MA

When: Thursday, September 7 at 8:30 p.m. ET

National TV: NBC

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Before we dig into the game itself, let’s check out some of the latest news and rumors surrounding New England’s Week 1 matchup with the Chiefs.

Solder off Injury Report

One of the biggest developments for New England heading into the game is the fact Nate Solder is no longer listed on the team’s injury report (we’ll look at that later). The starting left tackle had been sidelined during the preseason, and there was speculation he could miss the season opener.

The Patriots will need Solder to stay healthy throughout this game, as backup tackle Cameron Fleming is dealing with an injury and may not be a full-go.

Patriots add Dorsett

With Julian Edelman out, the Patriots decided to add some veteran receiver help for the offense. They traded away third-string quarterback Jacoby Brissett in order to acquire Phillip Dorsett from the Indianapolis Colts.

The wideout is an explosive receiver who averaged 16.0 yards per reception last season. He also provides value as a returner.

While Dorsett has only been with the Patriots for days, we could see him on the field sooner rather than later. The 24-year-old doesn’t seem to be struggling with the playbook.

“I wouldn’t say [it’s been] overwhelming. I think I’m a pretty smart guy,” he said, per Ryan Hannable of WEEI.com.

Who Will Return Punts for New England?

Dorsett’s return potential is important for the Patriots because they have a serious question mark at the returner position—and it’s why we may see him make an early debut.

Edelman, a quality returner, is off the table. So is cornerback Cyrus Jones, who suffered a torn ACL and meniscus against the New York Giants in the preseason finale. A healthy Dion Lewis gives the Patriots their answer at kick returner, but he doesn’t generally return punts.

Could the Patriots give Lewis a shot at returning punts on Thursday? It’s a move that could pay off, especially if the team believes a full backfield will alter his offensive impact. The likely alternative is wideout Danny Amendola, who is a solid returner in his own right.

There is risk involved here for New England, of course. Subjecting either Lewis or Amendola to an increased injury risk on special teams could have devastating consequences.

The Patriots would probably feel a lot better if they had a relatively expendable player such as Jones to utilize in the role.

Chicago Bears vs Tennessee Titans live

Welcome back my NFL fans. Today we have the Chicago Bears taking on the Tennessee Titans. This is Week 3 of the NFL Preseason and as players take the field, they will do so knowing that their jobs are on the line.

Every day from now until the end of the season I will do my best to provide links to either watch or listen live to all BIG3 games. If you’re like me then you’re always on the go. I work in a restaurant, mostly nights during game times and usually have to search all over the web to see who’s streaming games just so I am able to watch while at work.

IMPORTANT NOTICE: Please remember that some stations may offer a stream or regular telecast. It all depends on your regional coverage. Some teams will offer streams but if the game is not sold out they may also decide to blackout said game. I know, I hate it too. It’s all about money but I will still do my best to offer you the best LEGAL way to watch your favorite team. Please keep in mind that TV streams are also available on some phones, but mostly tablets and computers so please check both links. Most online streams are paid, but the TV streams are free depending on your cable provider.

We have the Chicago Bears vs Tennessee Titans. The game is televised on Fox Sports.

Here is where you can watch the Chicago Bears vs Tennessee Titans live stream.

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Date: Sunday, August 27

Start Time: 1:00 p.m. (EST)

Online Stream: Fox Sports

Do not forget that you can also check Facebook for the game as some groups are streaming as well.   

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