How to watch the Tampa Bay Buccaneers in the NFL Playoffs

The Philadelphia Eagles will be taking on the Tampa Bay Buccaneers on Sunday in the Wild Card Round of the NFL Playoffs. Here’s the best way to watch them.

The Tampa Bay Buccaneers wrapped up the regular season with a 13-4 record and will now host the Philadelphia Eagles (9-8) in the Super Wild Card Round of the NFL Playoffs.

It’s a tale of two vastly different franchises. Tom Brady will be playing in his 46th career playoff game, with his last being a Super Bowl victory. Meanwhile, the Eagles are coming off a four-win season a year ago and weren’t favored to make the postseason under first-year head coach Nick Sirianni.

With a matchup looming on Sunday afternoon, you’ve got a couple of days to figure out a streaming solution (if you don’t have one already).

We’re here to help.

But first, let’s talk about the game a bit.

Philadelphia Eagles at Tampa Bay Buccaneers Preview

Time: Sunday, Jan. 16 at 1PM ET

Network: FOX

Odds: Buccaneers -8.5

Over/Under: 48

Jalen Hurts returned to practice in full this week, which is extremely good news for the Eagles. Having him healthy gives them a puncher’s chance against a very good (and very injured) Buccaneers team.

Hurts leads a Philadelphia rushing attack that averaged nearly 160 yards per game and he hopes to have typical backfield mate Miles Sanders back in the lineup. The duo each ran for more than 750 yards this season.

For the Buccaneers, they’ll have to deal with a plethora of injuries offensively.

No Chris Godwin, Antonio Brown, Ronald Jones. Gio Bernard, Mike Evans and Leonard Fournette have been limited recently.

Tampa Bay will likely move Evans and tight end Rob Gronkowski around the formation to get favorable matchups, while using Bernard in the short-passing game. But then there’s the added element of Tom Brady, which really you can’t account for, because he’s going to do GOAT things.

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Streaming the Tampa Bay Buccaneers vs the Philadelphia Eagles

Your best option for streaming the game would be fuboTV. Not only will this give you access to ESPN, but it will more than likely include all your local channels and NFL Network, so you can get all the playoff coverage you want.

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