NFL Sunday Night Football Week 14 Games FREE LIVE STREAM (12/12/2021)

We’re heading down the final stretch of the 2021 NFL season as we get set for Week 14 and another round of highlights with NFL RedZone. This Sunday is loaded with solid games, starting with the Dallas Cowboys and Washington Football Team in a suddenly pivotal NFC East matchup. We’ve got a similar showdown in the AFC North as the Baltimore Ravens face the Cleveland Browns. In the late afternoon, Tom Brady and the Tampa Bay Buccaneers have a big-time interconference game against the Buffalo Bills that hill have huge ramifications for the AFC East. As always, trying to track down NFL RedZone can be a little bit tricky, as it’s not included 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 14: Live stream, TV, free trial, how to watch

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How to watch NFL RedZone (Week 14 | Sunday, Dec. 2)

What time does NFL RedZone start? What channel is the broadcast on?: As always, Sunday’s broadcast will be available via the NFL RedZone channel (More info). The broadcast will start at 1 p.m. EST when the early afternoon games kickoff and end after the last 4 p.m. slot game finishes.

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.

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.

The Tampa Bay Buccaneers know how difficult the road to the Super Bowl can be. That’s why the defending champions are determined to give themselves a better shot at repeating by earning home-field advantage for the playoffs.

At 9-3, the Bucs have a commanding four-game lead over Carolina, Atlanta and New Orleans in the NFC South with five games remaining.

While the team’s first division title since 2007 would guarantee at least one home game in the postseason, coach Bruce Arians and his players want more after defying the odds of winning it all as a wild-card team last season.

Sure, Tampa Bay became the first team to win a Super Bowl played in its home stadium last February. But to do it, the Bucs first had to win three consecutive playoff games on the road as a No. 5 seed.

Four of the team’s remaining five games are against opponents that currently have losing records, however Arians cautions the reigning champs aren’t in a position to take anything for granted.

“You don’t really talk about it. You start thinking about January, you’re going to get … beat and you’ll wind up playing on the road, for sure,” the coach said.

“It’s take care of every day’s business one at time … and add them all up at the end,” Arians continued. “But everybody knows how important that is. We’re sitting at the three-seed right now. Each win, each game really matters. It’s fun.”

The 2020 Bucs were the seventh wild-card in league history to win the Super Bowl. Arians also was an assistant coach with Pittsburgh when the 2005 Steelers won the title as a wild-card.

Sunday’s 30-17 victory at Atlanta improved Tampa Bay’s record to 4-3 on the road compared to 5-0 at home this season.

“We have to clean everything up. We are not perfect by any means and don’t claim to be,” quarterback Tom Brady said. “We show up to work every day and try to be the best we can be. We haven’t played our best game yet, so hopefully we can do that this coming week.”


The Bucs have scored 30 or more points seven times, going 7-0 in those games. Including playoffs, they’ve scored 30-plus a league-leading 19 times since Brady’s arrival in 2020. They’ve scored 377 through 12 games this year, their highest-ever total at this point in a season.


The defense tightened against run and held the Falcons scoreless after halftime Sunday, though not before defensive coordinator Todd Bowles shared some choice words with the team at halftime. The Bucs led 20-17 at the break, however Atlanta had 101 rushing on 13 carries before Bowles’ fiery address. The Falcons ran for just 20 yards on 10 attempts the rest of the way.


With starting cornerbacks Sean Murphy-Bunting and Carlton Davis back in the lineup after missing significant time with injuries, the Bucs are feeling better about the prospect of the secondary hitting its stride.


Despite ranking in the top 10 statistically and shutting down Atlanta after giving up 10 points early, the reigning champs are striving for more consistency on defense. Among the areas they’ve shown improvement the past three games, though, are penalties and third-down efficiency.


Although cornerback Jamel Dean is in the concussion protocol and defensive lineman Will Gholston has “a little patellar tendon issue,” Arians was hopeful “we didn’t lose anybody for this next ballgame.” Long snapper Zach Triner, meanwhile, was placed on the reserve/COVID-19 list Monday.


74 — Brady has thrown that many touchdown passes since joining the Bucs in 2020, which puts him fourth on the Bucs all-time list. He moved ahead of Doug Williams (73 from 1978-82) on Sunday and is closing in on Vinny Testaverde (77, 1987-92) and Josh Freeman (80, 2009-13). Jameis Winston is the franchise’s career TD pass leader with 121 from 2015-19.


Buffalo, the lone team the Bucs will face over the next five weeks that currently has a winning record, visits Raymond James Stadium on Sunday.

Week 14 of the NFL season continues with 11 more games Sunday afternoon. The early window features the Baltimore Ravens vs. the Cleveland Browns and the Las Vegas Raiders vs. the Kansas City Chiefs, and the late window is highlighted by the Buffalo Bills vs. the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. Follow along for live updates, news and highlights from around the league.

Sunday’s early window features a trio of crucial divisional matchups in Ravens-Browns, Raiders-Chiefs and Cowboys-Washington. In the late afternoon, the Bills hope to rebound against a hot Tampa Bay team.

This is, officially, the last week of bye weeks during the 2021 NFL season. It’s also the latest bye in NFL history — Week 14 — because of the team’s new, 17-game, 18-week schedule. So, we’re getting another typical, bye-week slate and that means we’ll have 11 games air on Sunday afternoon.

The 11-game slate looks like a decent one, as there are some high-end matchups between contenders that could help decide the Wild Card races. Viewers will have plenty of potential options from which to choose, but only some of the games will be broadcast regionally.

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