NFL Sunday Night Football Live Stream Free Week 4 Game

It’s Week 4 of the 2021 season as NFL RedZone returns to give fans a commercial-free ride through the afternoon schedule. The all-touchdowns, no-breaks, broadcast opens up in the 1 p.m. slot with Patrick Mahomes and the Kansas City Chiefs taking on the Philadelphia Eagles. Elsewhere, we’ve got the Browns vs. Vikings, Colts vs. Dolphins, Panthers vs. Cowboys, Lions vs. Bears and more. Things pick up in the late afternoon slot with a pair of NFC West matchups with the Cardinals vs. Rams and Seahawks vs. 49ers. We’ve also got a battle between historic franchises as the Pittsburgh Steelers take on the Green Bay Packers. As always, trying to track down NFL RedZone can be a little bit tricky, as it’s not including with many basic cable packages and is usually an add-on for streaming services. However, some services, like fuboTV, do offer NFL RedZone as part of its free trial, giving viewers plenty of ways to watch for the 2021 season. NFL RedZone 2021, Week 4: Live stream, start time, TV, free trial, how to watch

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How to watch NFL RedZone (Week 4 | Sunday, Oct. 3)

How to watch NFL RedZone on TV: NFL RedZone channel (Channel finder: Verizon , U-verse, Comcast, Spectrum/Charter, Optimum/Altice, DIRECTV, Dish, Hulu, fuboTV, Sling.)

Live stream options: FuboTV – FuboTV is a solid all-around option for those looking to get rid of cable, offering a wide range of channels. It’s also one of the best options for any and all sporting events. The base fuboTV plan costs $59.99 per month, with the Sports Plus with NFL RedZone package running for an extra $10.99 per month.

How to watch for free: FuboTV does offer a free seven-day trial, which includes NFL RedZone.

Sling – Sling is another cable-cutter option and is cheaper at $30 a month for their “Sling Blue” package, which includes NFL Network. However, fans also need to sign up for the “Sports Extra” package to get access to NFL RedZone. However, that package will be available for free for the first month for new customers. Sling also has a free trial, but does not grant access to RedZone through it.

What is NFL RedZone?

RedZone is a special gameday broadcast from NFL Network that is commercial-free and carries viewers through all the games on Sundays. Hosted by either Andrew Siciliano or Scott Hanson (depending on which version of the channel you get), RedZone runs from 1 p.m. EST on Sundays through the final afternoon game, constantly switching between broadcasts to show the most exciting parts of each game — especially when a team has entered the titular red zone.

More coverage via the Associated Press

Tom Brady led the Tampa Bay Buccaneers in rushing. The Kansas City Chiefs turned the ball over on their first three possessions.

No surprise, both 2020 NFL conference champions lost Sunday.

Three weeks into this season and inconsistency has become the norm, even for some of the league’s top contenders.

The Chiefs (1-2), Seahawks (1-2) and Steelers (1-2) have lost two in a row. The Buccaneers would be 1-2 if it wasn’t for a last-minute field goal in Week 1. Same for the Packers, who needed Aaron Rodgers’ heroics and a last-second 51-yard field goal from Mason Crosby to beat the 49ers on Sunday night for their second straight victory after they were blown out by New Orleans in their opener.

The Ravens (2-1) had to get a record-setting 66-yard field goal by Justin Tucker to avoid losing to Detroit. The Colts (0-3) are winless and the Patriots (1-2) lost by 15 at home to the Saints.

Many teams are feeling their way through September after most of their starters barely played in August. There are exceptions, of course. The Rams held many starters out of exhibition games and they’re one of five undefeated teams, along with the Cardinals, Broncos, Panthers and Raiders.

The defending Super Bowl champion Buccaneers saw their weaknesses exposed by the Rams in a 34-24 loss. A depleted secondary couldn’t stop a high-powered offense led by Matthew Stafford and Tampa’s offense didn’t give Brady much help. Brady threw 55 times and led the way on the ground with 14 yards and one touchdown.

“Just not a great complementary game by us,” Brady said after playing in Los Angeles for the first time in his 22-year career. “Got to learn from it. … All around, the offense needs to be better.”

Patrick Mahomes had never lost a game or thrown an interception in September until last week. Now the Chiefs have dropped two in a row, giving Mahomes his first losing record in the NFL. Mahomes threw a pick on the opening possession and another one with the score tied and 1:42 left that led to Justin Herbert throwing the winning TD.

“Everybody isn’t happy with how we played,” Mahomes said. “Whenever you lose a game at home to a divisional opponent, it isn’t a good thing. We haven’t had a lot of that in my time here, but it’s about how you respond. We have a long season ahead of us. It looks really dim right now, but if we can find a way to get better from this and learn how to win these types of games, we’ll be where we want to be at the end of the season.”

Mahomes is right. It’s a long season made even longer by a 17th game, and there’s plenty of time for the Chiefs and others to get on track. Consistency down the stretch — not the first few weeks — is the key to postseason success.

But some of the teams off to rough starts may not have what it takes to turn things around.

Pittsburgh’s loss to Cincinnati could signal a changing of the guard. The Steelers had won 14 of 16 against the Bengals, but Joe Burrow is healthy and he has weapons around him. Meanwhile, 39-year-old Ben Roethlisberger is closer to the end, and Pittsburgh is 2-6 since starting 11-0 last year.