How to Watch Ravens vs Bills on January 16, 2021

The first game in the AFC Divisional Round will be between two 2018 first-round quarterbacks as Lamar Jackson and the No. 5 Baltimore Ravens (12-5) travel to Bills Stadium to take on Josh Allen and the No. 2 Buffalo Bills (14-3).

The Ravens are going to have their hands full as the team ranks first in rushing but dead last in passing. They’ll be going against the 14th-ranked Bills defense with a talented secondary that will look to hinder their passing attack even further. On the other hand, the Bills have the second-best Total Offense in the league and will be going against the 7th-ranked Ravens defense in what is sure to be a chess match.

There will be a limited amount of fans in attendance; however, you can find out how to watch Ravens vs. Bills below. 

When to watch Ravens vs. Bills

Kickoff for Ravens vs. Bills will be at 8:15 PM ET on Saturday, January 16, 2021, on NBC.

How to watch Ravens vs. Bills

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

Fans can watch Ravens vs. Bills for free with their phone or tablet by using the Yahoo Sports App. The app also allows fans to invite up to 3 friends for a watch party while watching on your phone. Some geographical restrictions may apply.

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 NBC.

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

Prediction: Save the tables as Bills Mafia marches on to their first AFC Championship Game since 1993.

For the Buffalo faithful, it has been a long time coming to see their team have victories at home. Buffalo is one of the best all-around teams left in the AFC and if Allen continues playing at a high level and limiting errant throws then they’ll go as far as he can take them. When their offense is clicking, the Bills have been stampeding through almost every team they’ve played.

The Baltimore Ravens are 2-0 versus the Bills since former MVP Jackson has come into the league. They’ve outscored the Bills by a combined score of  71-20 in those two contests. History overwhelmingly favors Charm City to defeat the Bills, but the 2020 Ravens have not played nearly as well as teams of years past. Cannot completely count them out as long as #8 is on the field, but the Bills will squeeze out a victory by 8 points or more.