Another Sunday, another afternoon full of ad-free football as NFL RedZone prepares for Week 8. This week’s coverage opens with a big AFC North clash between the Cleveland Browns and the Steelers of Pittsburgh. Meanwhile, the late afternoon slate is loaded. The New England Patriots and Los Angeles Chargers face off in a battle between young quarterbacks Mac Jones and Justin Herbert. Elsewhere, Tom Brady and the Buccaneers take on the New Orleans Saints in a big NFC South clash. As always, trying to find the NFL RedZone can be a bit tricky, as it’s not included in many basic cable plans and is usually an add-on for streaming services. However, some services, like fuboTV, are offering NFL RedZone as part of its free trial, giving viewers plenty of ways to watch the 2021 season.
How to watch NFL RedZone (Week 8 | Sunday October 31)
How to watch NFL RedZone on TV: NFL RedZone channel (Channel finder: Verizon, Comcast, Spectrum / Charter, Optimum / Altice, DIRECTV, Dish, Hulu, fuboTV, Sling.)
Live streaming options: FuboTV – FuboTV is a complete and solid option for those looking to get rid of cable, offering a wide range of channels. It is also one of the best options for all sporting events. The basic fuboTV plan costs $ 59.99 per month, with the Sports Plus plan with NFL RedZone for an additional $ 10.99 per month.
How to watch for free: FuboTV offers a seven-day free trial, which includes NFL RedZone.
Sling – Sling is another cable cutter option and costs less at $ 30 per month for their “Sling Blue” package, which includes the NFL network. However, fans must also sign up for the âSports Extraâ package to gain access to NFL RedZone. However, this package will be available for free during the first month for new customers.
What is the NFL RedZone? – RedZone is an NFL Network’s game day special that is ad-free and transports viewers through all of the games on Sunday. Hosted by Andrew Siciliano or Scott Hanson (depending on what version of the channel you get), RedZone operates from 1 p.m. EST on Sundays until the last game of the afternoon, constantly switching from broadcast to broadcast. another to show the most exciting parts of each game, especially when a team has entered the starting red zone.
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It’s the clenching of teeth throughout the NFL, as what is set to be one of the best prime-time games of the season loses some of its luster.
Green Bay star receiver Davante Adams and compatriot Allen Lazard tested positive for COVID-19 this week.
So when the six-game-winning 6-1 Packers visit the Cardinals at 7-0, the league’s only undefeated team, it might not be the flagship event he would have. justified with a full team coming to Arizona.
Either way, the Packers are 6-0 without Adams in the lineup. Go figure it out.
âWe’re not a better team without him for sure,â said Aaron Rodgers. âI should watch each of these games, but we just found a way to win these games. “
Can they figure out a way to win this one against perhaps the most balanced team in the NFL?
âWe understand we have a tough opponent we’re up against, and obviously we’d love to be at full power and have everyone out there,â said fellow receiver Randall Cobb, whose role is sure to increase. “His presence will be missed, but it’s important for us to come out and find a way to win a football game.”
Green Bay, ranked fourth in the AP Pro32, is a 6-1-2 point underdog at Arizona’s first, according to FanDuel SportsBook. Pro Picks love everything Rodgers brings to the pitch, but he’s not bringing in two very key playmakers this time around.
POOL KO’d: The Cardinals did what they’re supposed to do by routing Houston. The pickings are a little thinner for who we have left and we will go with CINCINNATI.
A technical glitch last week did not lead to any real Upset Special selection.
No.18 New England (plus 5 1-2) vs. No.10 Los Angeles Chargers
The Patriots will be getting closer, but the Chargers are already feeling something special is happening.
BEST BET: CHARGERS, 24-20
No. 16 Pittsburgh (plus 3 1-2) to No. 12 Cleveland
The Rested Steelers are dealing with their stoned historic rival.
STOPPING SPECIAL: STEELS, 26-24
No. 28 Miami (plus 13) at No. 7 Buffalo
Another relaxed team ready to beat a longtime rival.
No. 25 Philadelphia (minus 3) at No. 31 Detroit
It’s time for the Lions to break through with their first win.
Dallas # 4 (minus 2) to Minnesota # 15
These two teams are rested after the byes. Dallas is simply more talented.
# 6 from Tennessee (minus 1) to # 17 from Indianapolis
Sunday’s best matchup and another chance for the Titans to appear elite.
No. 2 Tampa Bay (minus 5) at No. 13 New Orleans
Tom Brady and the Bucs are on a roll. This continues in the Big Easy.
No.3 Los Angeles Rams (minus 14 1-2) vs. No.32 Houston
Mismatch n Â° 1 this weekend. a big gap to cover, but …
No.8 Cincinnati (minus 10 1-2) vs. No.32 New York Jets
Mismatch # 2 in Week 8. The Bengals could be in line for a disappointment, which won’t matter much.
New York Giants No.27 (plus 10) at Kansas City No.14, Monday night
Mismatch # 3. Or maybe not given KC’s problems. Another try with the Chiefs.
No.21 San Francisco (minus 3 1-2) vs. No.20 Chicago
It’s hard to defend the Niners as favorites on the road right now.
No.29 Jacksonville (plus 3 1-2) to No.22 (tie) Seattle
Where are the scariest things for Halloween, Jacksonville, or Seattle?
Caroline No.24 (plus 2 1-2) vs. Atlanta No.19
Atlanta seems smart enough to draft Kyle Pitts and keep Matt Ryan.
No.26 Washington (plus 3) at No.22 (tie) Denver
Once Denver started to face some decent opponents, the losses came in.
Last week: Direct: 9-4. Against propagation: 8-4.
Season: Straight: 69-38. Against spread: 58-45-2.
Best bet: Straight: 5-2. Counter propagation: 5-2.
Upset Special: Straight: 6-0. Against spread: 6-0.