The last stop on the Road to Super Bowl LV in the NFC stops at the Frozen Tundra of Lambeau Field. No. 7 Tampa Bay Buccaneers (13-5) look to dethrone the No. 1 Green Bay Packers (14-3) in a matchup between two future Hall of Fame Quarterbacks.
These two teams met back in Week 6, where the Bucs ran roughshod over the Packers in a 38-10 blowout. Packers QB Aaron Rodgers had his worst game of the season as he was 16/35, 160 yards, 0 touchdowns, and 2 interceptions. The Packers will need more production from their QB if they want to go play in the Super Bowl.
The Buccaneers are coming off a dominant 30-20 victory over NFC South rival New Orleans Saints. QB Tom Brady didn’t pass the eye test; however, he did not have to because Tampa’s defense played out of their mind by forcing 4 turnovers that all led to points. Tampa will need a similar defensive effort to slow down Rodgers and the Packers offense like they did in Week 6.
There will be limited fans in attendance; however, you can find out how to watch Buccaneers vs. Packers for the NFC Championship below.
When to watch Buccaneers vs. Packers
Kickoff for Buccaneers vs. Packers will be at 3:05 p.m. ET on Sunday, January 24, 2021, on FOX.
How to watch Buccaneers vs. Packers
Most cord cutters can watch FOX for free with an antenna. AntennaWeb is a great tool you can use to see if FOX is available in your area and where to watch all of Saturday’s action with your antenna.
Fans can watch the 2021 NFC Championship Game 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 FOX.
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Prediction: Packers end Tom Brady’s Cinderella story.
With a victory on Sunday, Tampa Bay will be the first team to play the Super Bowl in their home stadium. Unfortunately, the Packers are looking to avenge their Week 6 defeat. Aaron Rodgers is having an MVP caliber season, and his largest blemish this year was given by the Bucs defense. He’s coming off a great game against the Rams, who had the best defense in the NFL, where he was 23-36, 296 yards, and 3 touchdowns (including a rushing TD).
In their victory against the Saints, the Buccaneers defense played otherworldly, but QB Tom Brady looked like he didn’t have much left in the tank at times. He was 18/33, 199 yards, 3 touchdowns (including a rushing TD). His 2 decades in the league were on display in the controlled climate of the Superdome, but playing in a high of 29 with a 60% chance of precipitation does not bode well for him on Sunday. Even with his years of experience in New England, there will be an adjustment since he’s been playing in Florida all season. Aaron Rodgers will take the Packers to their second Super Bowl since he took over for Brett Favre with a 10-point victory against Tampa Brady or Tompa Bay and the Bucs.