Coming on the heels of his best game of the season in which Marcus Mariota threw a game-winning touchdown in overtime to beat the defending-champion Eagles, the former Oregon Ducks quarterback and his Tennessee Titans will look to build on that success when they take on the Buffalo Bills on Sunday at 10 a.m. PT/1 p.m. ET on CBS, DirecTV or try FuboTV (free trial).
You can also watch the live stream of the game on cbs.com/all-access, verizonwireless.com, playstation vue, AppleTV, and SlingTV.
You can get the latest score and stats from the game in the box score provided above and here’s everything you need to know in order to watch the Titans-Bills game:
What: Tennessee Titans vs Buffalo Bills
When: Sunday, Oct. 7, 10 a.m. PT/1 p.m. ET
Where: New Era Field, Buffalo, NY
TV: CBS, DirecTV
Watch online: You can watch the live stream of the game on cbs.com/all-access, verizonwireless.com, playstation vue, AppleTV, and SlingTV. or FuboTV (free trial).
How can I watch?
Watching live NFL broadcasts is like navigating a labyrinth. The networks and platforms that broadcast the games, which are among the most watched on US TV, have complicated rights deals with the NFL that grant them specific matches on specific platforms in specific parts of the world. The contracts betray little logic to anyone outside the negotiating rooms.
The Sunday day games are split between CBS and Fox; NBC airs Sunday Night Football, plus the annual kickoff and primetime Thanksgiving games; ESPN hosts Monday Night Football; the NFL Network televises games on Thursday nights, many of which will also air on Fox; and CBS has the next Super Bowl. Check out the full schedule for the 2019-2019 season here.
There a few different ways to watch NFL games live online:
US mobile streaming
For the first time this year, many NFL games are available to stream free via the NFL and Yahoo Sports apps. Previously, only Verizon customers were able to watch for free on mobile. Now all the live local and nationally broadcast primetime games like Sunday Night Football are available free on the NFL app and Verizon’s Yahoo Sports, Tumblr, and AOL apps in the US. None of those streams work on TVs. But, on iPhones and iPads, the games are also available on the Safariweb browser.
To catch the out-of-market games on mobile and table—say, you’re a Pittsburgh Steelers fan living in New York—you’ll need an NFL RedZone subscription, which costs $4.99 per month.
US cable network streaming
If you have a cable subscription and you aren’t near a TV during NFL games, you can watch them live through the networks’ streaming platforms, NBC Sports, Fox Sports, and ESPN Watch. Though you’re basically limited to your hometown-team games (if you are a fan of a team outside your local market, you’ll need NFL Sunday Ticket, see below).
You can also access local channels, ESPN, and the NFL Network through online TV-streaming services (more on these services below).
Most cable network streams aren’t available on phones because of the deal the NFL has with Verizon.