How to Watch Buccaneers vs Saints on January 17, 2021




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The 2021 NFL Playoffs Divisional Round continues Sunday when two NFC South rivals take the field in one of the biggest games this weekend. NFC South Champions No. 2 seed New Orleans Saints (13-4) look to go for the hat trick and a clean sweep when they welcome the No. 5 seed Tampa Bay Buccaneers (12-5) to the Mercedes-Benz Superdome.

Two future Hall of Fame quarterbacks will not only be competing against each other, but they’re competing against time. Saints QB Drew Brees is 43-years old and isn’t too far removed from a collapsed lung and multiple rib fractures and a loss on Sunday may be the last time we see him on the field. 43-years old Tampa Bay QB Tom Brady hasn’t had as severe injuries as Brees this season. However, Brady’s arm doesn’t have the same zip as it once did and he has greatly struggled all-season whenever defenses can create pressure in the pocket.

The Saints will allow up to 3,000 fans in the Superdome; however, everyone else can find out how to watch the game below.

When to watch Buccaneers vs. Saints

Kickoff for the Tampa Bay Buccaneers vs. the New Orleans Saints is set for 6:40 p.m. ET on Sunday, January 17, 2021, on Fox.

Where to watch Buccaneers vs. Saints

Most cord cutters can watch FOX for free with an antenna. AntennaWeb is a great tool you can use to see if FOX is available in your area and where to watch all of Sunday’s action with your antenna.

If you’re subscribed to a live TV streaming service, check out the chart below that has all the information you need to find out how to stream the game live on FOX.

ChannelAT&T TV (*Starts at $59.99/mo.)Fubo TV (*Starts at $64.99/mo.)Hulu + Live TV (*Starts $64.99/mo.)Sling TV (*Starts at $30/mo.)Youtube TV (*Starts at $64.99/mo.)Vidgo (*Starts at $55/mo.)

*Pricing, network availability, and blackout restrictions may vary based on plan and subscriber’s location.

Predictions: Tampa Bay gets bucked out as the Saints march on.

Sunday will be the 59th matchup between these two division rivals. New Orleans has the all-time lead with 37 wins and 21 losses including a 5-game win streak. During their two matchups this season, the Saints won by a combined score of 72-26, with their most recent game being a 38-3 victory in Tampa. No matter how many offensive weapons Tom Brady and the Bucs have, the Saints outplay them defensively and offensively. Brady has a Facebook Watch series titled Tom vs. Time and on Sunday it’s looking like time is running out on his 2020-21 season. The Saints will win by 14 points or more.

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