Chicago Bears vs Minnesota Vikings: How to watch NFL online, TV channel, live stream info, game time What to Know The New York Giants may be playing at home on Sunday, but the experts are forecasting a 3.5-point defeat. New York and the Philadelphia Eagles will face off in an NFC East battle at 4:25 p.m. ET at MetLife Stadium.
|Event Name||NFL Football Game 2019|
|Game Date||29 Dec, 2019|
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New York will be hoping to continue their now three-game streak of scoring more points each contest than the last.
After a 16-week slog the NFL regular season enters its final week, with a number of verdicts yet to be determined.
Two playoffs spots remain up for grabs, one in each conference, after the penultimate week of the regular season delivered a series of surprise results that reshuffled the deck in the playoff race.
The San Francisco 49ers regained control of the NFC West and of the No. 1 seed in the NFC with a 34-31 win over the Los Angeles Rams on Saturday night, a result which eliminated the defending NFC champions from playoff contention.
Coupled with the Seahawks’ unexpected 27-13 defeat at home to Arizona, the 49ers’ win leaves San Francisco in pole position to clinch a first-round bye. The two NFC West rivals meet on Sunday in Seattle in a game that will decide the No. 1 and No. 5 seeds in the NFC.
Such is the magnitude of the matchup between the Seahawks and the 49ers that the NFL has decided to move it to the Sunday Night Football slot, an unusual decision given every game was scheduled for the afternoon slots in Week 17.
Elsewhere in the NFC, the Philadelphia Eagles overtook the Dallas Cowboys in the race for the NFC East title, after defeating their divisional rivals 17-9 at home. The Eagles would win the division and qualify for the playoffs with a win over the New York Giants next week, while Dallas’ season is on the verge of reaching the most disappointing of ends.
The Cowboys, who face the Redskins in Week 17, have lost seven of their last 10 games and a playoff spot may have finally slipped from their grasp.
“When you get in this spot, you give yourself a chance to be real disappointed. We are,” Cowboys owner Jerry Jones was quoted as saying by ESPN on Sunday.
“The fact that we didn’t get any [touchdowns], the fact the game turned out the way it did, they played well. Not a lot to say about anything else other than it’s very disappointing. We all expected to leave here as NFC East champs. We’re not. We’ll just go to Washington.”
Meanwhile, the Minnesota Vikings secured a playoff berth without even playing thanks to the Rams’ loss in San Francisco and the New Orleans Saints temporarily took control of the second seed in the NFC with a 38-28 in Tennessee over the Titans.
Despite the loss, the Titans leapfrogged the Steelers in the race for the final wild card spot in the AFC, after Pittsburgh lost 16-10 on the road to the New York Jets.
Elsewhere in the AFC, the Baltimore Ravens clinched home advantage throughout the playoffs with a 31-15 win in Cleveland, while the New England Patriots won the AFC East for the 11th consecutive season after defeating the Buffalo Bills 24-17 on Saturday.
The Houston Texans, meanwhile, won a fourth AFC South title in five seasons with a 23-20 win in Tampa Bay and the Kansas City Chiefs kept alive their hopes of securing a first-round bye with a 26-3 win in Chicago on Sunday night.
The Chiefs must beat the Chargers at home on Sunday and hope the Patriots lose to the Dolphins to leapfrog them in second spot.
Here’s all you need to know about Week 17.
Jimmy Garoppolo #10 of the San Francisco 49ers and Russell Wilson #3 of the Seattle Seahawks talk after the overtime game at Levi’s Stadium on November 11 in Santa Clara, California. Seattle won 27-25 over the San Francisco 49ers in overtime.
All games were initially scheduled to be played on Sunday afternoon in Week 17, with 13 games slated to kicking off at 1 p.m. and a further three kicking off at 4:25 p.m.
The NFL, however, announced a change of schedule after Week 16. The NFC West decider between Seahawks and 49ers has been pushed to the Sunday Night Football slot on NBC.
The Cowboys game against Washington and the Eagles game against the Giants have both been moved to the 4:25 p.m. slot, as has Pittsburgh’s trip to Baltimore, Tennessee’s road game in Houston and Indianapolis’ trip to Jacksonville.
As usual, CBS and FOX will carry all the Sunday afternoon action.
Live streams will be available through both broadcasters’ digital platforms, which includes apps on Apple and Android devices as well as connected TVs.
Live stream will also be available via fuboTV and DirecTV.
TV schedule (all times ET)
New York Jets @ Buffalo Bills—1 p.m., CBS
Cleveland Browns @ Cincinnati Bengals—1 p.m., FOX
Atlanta Falcons @ Tampa Bay Buccaneers—1 p.m., FOX
New Orleans Saints @ Carolina Panthers—1 p.m., FOX
Green Bay Packers @ Detroit Lions—1 p.m., FOX
Los Angeles Chargers @ Kansas City Chiefs—1 p.m., CBS
Chicago Bears @ Minnesota Vikings—1 p.m., FOX
Miami Dolphins @ New England Patriots—1 p.m., CBS
Oakland Raiders @ Denver Broncos—4:25 p.m., CBS
Pittsburgh Steelers @ Baltimore Ravens—4:25 p.m., CBS
Philadelphia Eagles @ New York Giants—4:25 p.m., FOX
Tennessee Titans @ Houston Texans—4:25 p.m., CBS
Indianapolis Colts @ Jacksonville Jaguars—4:25 p.m., CBS
Washington Redskins @ Dallas Cowboys—4:25 p.m., FOX
Arizona Cardinals @ Los Angeles Rams—4:25 p.m., FOX
San Francisco 49ers @ Seattle Seahawks—8:20 p.m., NBC
It may have taken overtime to finish the job, but the Giants ultimately got the result they were hoping for last week. They won 41-35 over the Washington Redskins. RB Saquon Barkley was an one-man wrecking crew for the Giants, rushing for one TD and 189 yards on 22 carries in addition to snatching one receiving TD.
Meanwhile, Philadelphia was able to grind out a solid victory over the Dallas Cowboys last week, winning 17-9. No one put up better numbers for Philadelphia than RB Miles Sanders, who really brought his A game. He punched in one rushing touchdown.
New York is now 4-11 while Philadelphia sits at 8-7. Two defensive stats to keep in the back of your head while watching: The Giants are stumbling into the matchup with the fourth most touchdowns allowed in the league, having given up 45 on the season. To make matters even worse for the Giants, the Eagles enter the game with only 88 rushing yards allowed per game on average, good for third best in the NFL. So the New York squad has its work cut out for it.
How To Watch
When: Sunday at 4:25 p.m. ET
Where: MetLife Stadium — East Rutherford, New Jersey
Online streaming: fuboTV (Try for free)
Follow: CBS Sports App
Ticket Cost: $95.00
The Eagles are a 3.5-point favorite against the Giants, according to the latest NFL odds.
Vegas had a good feel for the line for this one, as the game opened with the Eagles as a 4.5-point favorite.
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