How to Watch Buccaneers at Patriots & More NFL Games Without Cable on October 2

After an exciting Week 3, the 2021 NFL season continues with a packed Week 4 lineup of 16 games. Thursday Night Football will kick off the week when the 2-1 Cincinnati Bengals welcome the 0-3 Jacksonville Jaguars to the Jungle at Paul Brown Stadium.

Thursday’s game will be a matchup between two quarterbacks who were the No. 1 overall picks in the last two drafts. Rookie QB Trevor Lawrence has yet to win a game as a starter for the Jaguars and this is his first-ever losing streak in the regular season, including high school and college. Across the field will be former Ohio State QB Joe Burrow, who Jaguars coach Urban Meyer coached in college. Burrow was never named the starter at Ohio State, which led to him transferring to LSU where he ended having the most statistically impressive season by a QB on his way to securing the Heisman Trophy (2019), the CFP National Champion (2019), and the CFP National Championship Offensive MVP (2019). 

Reigning Super Bowl MVP Tom Brady makes his return to Gillette Stadium when the 2-1 Tampa Buccaneers take on the 1-2 New England Patriots on Sunday Night Football. Fans have been debating if Brady or Belichick was the mastermind behind the Patriots’ two decades of success. Since leaving New England, Brady has continued his winning ways after securing another Lombardi Trophy in Tampa Bay. For Belichick and the Patriots, last season, things were not up to par with their glorious past, as the club recorded their first losing season since 2000. If Patriots rookie QB Mac Jones can hand Brady a loss in Foxboro, Patriots fans will rejoice; however, if Brady wins, he’ll have his revenge by finally defeating every single NFL team.

The AFC West will have the spotlight on Monday Night Football when the Las Vegas Raiders travel to SoFi Stadium to take on the Los Angeles Chargers. At 3-0, the Raiders entered the week tied with the Broncos at the top of the AFC West with QB David Carr playing at an MVP level. He’ll have to outduel Chargers QB Justin Herbert, who is coming off a big win against division rivals and the defending AFC Champions Kansas City Chiefs. Monday night’s game will be a big divisional game as both teams look to continue their momentum in hopes of dethroning the Chiefs streak of 5-straight divisional titles.

With 16 games taking place across the league this week, cord cutters have plenty of options when it comes to watching their favorite team. Find out how to watch Week 4 of the NFL season below.

Thursday, Sept. 30

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Jacksonville Jaguars at Cincinnati Bengals8:20 PMNFLN

Sunday, Oct. 3

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Washington Football Team at Atlanta Falcons1:00 PMFOX
Houston Texans at Buffalo Bills1:00 PMCBS
Detroit Lions at Chicago Bears1:00 PMFOX
Carolina Panthers at Dallas Cowboys1:00 PMFOX
Indianapolis Colts at Miami Dolphins1:00 PMCBS
Cleveland Browns at Minnesota Vikings1:00 PMCBS
New York Giants at New Orleans Saints1:00 PMFOX
Tennessee Titans at New York Jets1:00 PMCBS
Kansas City Chiefs at Philadelphia Eagles1:00 PMCBS
Arizona Cardinals at Los Angeles Rams4:05 PMFOX
Seattle Seahawks at San Francisco 49ers4:05 PMFOX
Baltimore Ravens at Denver Broncos4:25 PMCBS
Pittsburgh Steelers at Green Bay Packers4:25 PMCBS
Tampa Bay Buccaneers at New England Patriots8:20 PMNBC

Monday, Oct. 4

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Las Vegas Raiders at Los Angeles Chargers8:15 PMESPN

How to Watch Week 4 of the NFL Season Without Cable

Fans will have plenty of options to watch all of their favorite NFL teams and stars compete on the gridiron without spending a fortune.

AntennaWeb is a great tool you can use to find out which affiliate in your area will broadcast the local games on CBS, FOX, and NBC.

Select games will be available to stream through NFL digital properties such as NFL.com, the NFL app, and the digital properties of the respective teams. Plus, fans can watch the game on their phones via the Yahoo Sports app.

Most of the major subscription live TV streaming services carry this week’s games, so fans can watch the game from anywhere.

  • DIRECTV Stream has CBS, ESPN, FOX, and NBC for only $70/mo.
  • fuboTV offers CBS, ESPN, NBC, NFL Network, and FOX in their Family package for $65/mo. Sports Plus with NFL RedZone is only $10.99/mo for fans who want to watch every score and the biggest plays around the league on NFL RedZone.
  • Hulu + Live TV includes CBS, ESPN, FOX, and NBC for only $65/mo. Fans can watch the biggest plays of the day on NFL RedZone with the Sports add-on for only $10/mo.
  • Sling TV includes ESPN, NBC, NFL Network, and FOX with their Orange + Blue package for only $50/mo. Big plays, highlights, scores, and the best moments of the day are available on NFL RedZone with the Sports Extra add-on package for $11/mo.
  • Vidgo offers NFL Network, ESPN, and FOX for only $55/mo.; however, new and returning subscribers can take advantage of their $10/mo. special. Vidgo is the perfect service to catch all the big scores of the day as it includes NFL RedZone.
  • Youtube TV has CBS, ESPN, FOX, NBC, and NFL Network for only $65/mo. With the Sports Plus add-on, fans can watch the biggest plays and scores on NFL RedZone for $11/mo.
  • Peacock Premium subscribers can watch every Sunday Night Football game, Thanksgiving Day game, and Super Bowl LVI for only $5/mo.
  • Paramount+ is an inexpensive way to watch live games on CBS for only $9.99/month or $99.99/year.  

Predicting the Winners

We are approaching the quarter mark of the season and teams are looking to break out of the pack. As teams enter their 4th game of the first-ever 17-game season, injuries are starting to pile up across the league. With key players across the league landing on injured reserve expect a few upsets this week. Here are our picks of Week 4 winners.

  • Bengals
  • Titans
  • Lions
  • Dolphins
  • Browns
  • Washington
  • Bills
  • Saints
  • Chiefs
  • Panthers
  • Seahawks
  • Rams
  • Packers
  • Ravens
  • Bucs
  • Chargers