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October 18, 2020 at 8:00 am – 5:00 pm EDT
The N.F.L. was desperately hoping that its issues with the coronavirus were behind it. The Titans made their triumphant return to the field, the Patriots were getting their players back and the weekend’s slate of games seemed far more stable on Wednesday than it was at the same time last week.
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Date: Sunday, Oct. 18
Time: 1 p.m. ET
Of course, just as things seemed to be settling down, it all started to unravel. The Atlanta Falcons had a player and a staff member test positive, forcing the team to work remotely on Thursday. The Colts closed their facility after multiple positive tests on Friday, only to announce that all of the tests were false positives. The Patriots, after at least one more positive result, canceled Friday’s practice and the Jaguars, after having a practice squad player test positive, closed their team’s facilities on Saturday.
But the games, to this point, remain on track. So here is a look at N.F.L. Week 6, with all picks made against the point spread. We will update as necessary — or, rather, continue to update — if things change.
After COVID impacted the past couple of weeks of games — and some scares around the league threatened this weekend’s action — Sunday currently has 12 games on the docket. Assuming all play, there should be a few enticing matchups, including the Browns taking on the Steelers in an AFC North showdown at 1 p.m. ET (10 a.m. PT) on CBS, and the Packers visiting Tampa Bay to battle the Buccaneers at 4:25 p.m. ET (1:25 p.m. PT) on Fox. Sunday Night Football features the 49ers hosting the Rams at 8:20 p.m. ET (5:20 p.m. PT) on NBC. (Editors’ note: CBS is a part of ViacomCBS, which also owns CNET.)
How can I watch the NFL without cable?
You can stream the 2020 NFL season, no cable required, on any live-TV streaming service that carries channels with live games. Numerous such services offer broadcast networks like CBS, NBC and Fox as well as ESPN, the NFL Network and NFL RedZone. Exact channels may also vary based on where you live, but the best services for NFL fans are YouTube TV and FuboTV.
Thursday Night Football is also available to stream on Amazon Prime Video (so long as you subscribe to Amazon Prime), Twitch or in the Yahoo Sports or NFL apps. Fox and the NFL Network will broadcast the game as well.
For those looking for a different experience, Fox will be streaming the game in 4K on FuboTV (as well as offering the 4K feed on certain cable and satellite providers). Amazon, meanwhile, will be adding the option to choose from a variety of different announcers inside its Prime Video app, so you have options just in case Fox’s Joe Buck and Troy Aikman aren’t to your liking.