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Arizona Cardinals vs. Pittsburgh Steelers FREE LIVE STREAM (12/3/23): Watch NFL Sunday Night Football Week 13 online | Time, TV, channel. Who faces off in the NFL games today? Week 13 started with a high-scoring thriller between the Dallas Cowboys and Seattle Seahawks. The Cowboys defended their home turf with a 41-35 win in what should be the first of a few great games on the 11-game Week 13 Sunday slate. Here’s how to watch all the NFL games today, including the start time, channel, and live stream options.


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NFL Games Today: Sunday TV Schedule, Channels, Live Stream Options, and More


Week 13’s Sunday slate features eleven NFL games today. The Buffalo Bills, Chicago Bears, Las Vegas Raiders, Minnesota Vikings, New York Giants, and Baltimore Ravens take their bye this week.


While the schedule only has two divisional matchups after Week 12’s flurry of rivalry games, there is a compelling NFC duel between the San Francisco 49ers and Philadelphia Eagles. Which team at the top of the conference will emerge victorious? Here’s how to watch every game on Sunday in Week 13.


Indianapolis Colts at Tennessee Titans


Start time: 1 p.m. ET

Channel: CBS

Live stream options: Hulu + Live TV, YouTube TV, CBS All-Access


The first NFL game today happens to be the first divisional game of the day, with an AFC South showdown between the Indianapolis Colts and Tennessee Titans. The Colts have been playing good football, earning another win over the Buccaneers last week. While losing RB Jonathan Taylor hurts, Zack Moss has filled in well in Taylor’s various absences and should fill the hole.


Meanwhile, the Titans got things back on track after a three-game skid. However, head coach Mike Vrabel will need more from rookie QB Will Levis to upset the Colts. Levis completed 18 of 28 passes for 185 yards. If the Titans are that one-dimensional, it will be much easier for the Colts to key in on the rushing attack and get a game closer to clinching a Wild Card berth.


Los Angeles Chargers at New England Patriots


Start time: 1 p.m. ET

Channel: CBS

Live stream options: Hulu + Live TV, YouTube TV, CBS All-Access


After a few halftime benchings, HC Bill Belichick and the New England Patriots have finally pulled the plug. Mac Jones heads to the bench as second-year QB Bailey Zappe will start in the third game of his career. While it may add a slight spark, the issues with this offense are more than just the QB.


The Los Angeles Chargers have had an equally disappointing season heading into this matchup at 4-7 and on the outskirts of postseason contention. While two games back from the Colts isn’t an impossible scenario, many other teams are also eyeing that spot. It starts with a win today over the Patriots.


Detroit Lions at New Orleans Saints


Start time: 1 p.m. ET

Channel: FOX

Live stream options: Hulu + Live TV, YouTube TV, FOX Now


The Saints had a chance to take a firm hold of first place in the NFC South with a win last week. In true New Orleans fashion as of late, the team choked against Atlanta, giving the Falcons first in the division. While the offense has improved, the defense has always been the defining force, and it was torn to shreds last week. Can Detroit replicate Atlanta’s work?


Thankfully, there’s no celestial curse on the Lions this week after their 29-22 Thanksgiving loss to the Packers. With RBs David Montgomery and Jahmyr Gibbs still running well, it’s on QB Jared Goff to break out of his funk and get the Lions’ offense back to their winning ways.


Atlanta Falcons at New York Jets


Start time: 1 p.m. ET

Channel: FOX

Live stream options: Hulu + Live TV, YouTube TV, FOX Now


The Falcons have the lead in the NFC South; now they need to keep it. While the passing offense is putrid, Atlanta still has a top-five rushing attack to keep the team afloat. That should be enough going up against an offense scoring 14.8 points per game.


As for the Jets, it remains a countdown until QB Aaron Rodgers’ return. Tim Boyle started under center after HC Robert Saleh benched Zach Wilson. The Dolphins put Boyle through the wringer, intercepting two passes (one returned for 99 yards to the house) and sacking him seven times. Will Boyle be able to shake off a rough first week?


Arizona Cardinals at Pittsburgh Steelers


Start time: 1 p.m. ET

Channel: CBS

Live stream options: Hulu + Live TV, YouTube TV, CBS All-Access


The Arizona Cardinals watched RB Kyren Williams run all over the field, amassing 204 yards from scrimmage and two touchdowns. Now, they are preparing for the same from the Pittsburgh Steelers. QB Kyler Murray can only do so much with the current roster construction, and Pittsburgh’s defense is no easy outing.


While the points scored wouldn’t suggest a difference, firing offensive coordinator Matt Canada may have been a good idea. The Steelers offense gained a season-high 421 yards against the Bengals last week. If they can convert those missed opportunities into points, the AFC’s fifth seed looks easier to hold on to.


Miami Dolphins at Washington Commanders


Start time: 1 p.m. ET

Channel: FOX

Live stream options: Hulu + Live TV, YouTube TV, FOX Now


The Miami Dolphins love their defense. While yes, Miami beat the Jets 34-13, QB Tua Tagovailoa threw two interceptions and lost a fumble as the offense continues to search for that early season form. Thankfully, a large piece of that offense should return this week, with rookie RB De’Von Achane returning after aggravating his knee injury.


While Miami’s offense looks to get back on track, the Commanders need a clean game from Sam Howell and the offense. Thanksgiving was going well until Washington unraveled in the second half, and Dallas would score 31 unanswered points. This week’s matchup isn’t any more forgiving, as the Dolphins’ defense will be looking to make an impact.


Denver Broncos at Houston Texans


Start time: 1 p.m. ET

Channel: CBS

Live stream options: Hulu + Live TV, YouTube TV, CBS All-Access


The Broncos continue to roll, extending their win streak to five games and sitting on the outside looking in of the AFC playoff picture. They face off against another AFC playoff hopeful, the Houston Texans.


An incredible string of play calls from defensive coordinator Vance Joseph has fueled Denver. One of these teams will likely end up in the playoffs, and a win today sets that in motion. Who wants it more?


Carolina Panthers at Tampa Bay Buccaneers


Start time: 4:05 p.m. ET

Channel: CBS

Live stream options: Hulu + Live TV, YouTube TV, CBS All-Access


The Carolina Panthers made a coaching change this week, which wasn’t very surprising. Owner David Tepper fired Frank Reich, who now owns the second-shortest regular season coaching tenure at 11 games. Special teams coordinator Chris Tabor takes over head coaching duties.


Meanwhile, the Buccaneers are freefalling, going 1-6 over their last seven games. Thanks to the rest of the NFC South underachieving, a win against their divisional rival thrusts them back into the top of the NFC South, but with how inconsistent QB Baker Mayfield has been lately, will it matter?


San Francisco 49ers at Philadelphia Eagles


Start time: 4:25 p.m. ET

Channel: FOX

Live stream options: Hulu + Live TV, YouTube TV, FOX Now


The Philadelphia Eagles play in the second-best game of the year as they host the San Francisco 49ers in a battle of NFC goliaths. Philadelphia continues to be clutch, pulling out wins down the stretch and extending their lead in the NFC. However, after their three-game losing streak, the 49ers are back on track, winning the last three weeks in dominating fashion.


The Eagles defense is hurting at linebacker and has not been as dominant this season. While the 49ers have their injury issues, with LB Zach Cunningham out, Philadelphia is diving deep into the reserves on defense. With San Francisco’s offense ready to go both on the ground and through the air, will QB Jalen Hurts and the Eagles offense be able to keep up?


Cleveland Browns at Los Angeles Rams


Start time: 4:25 p.m. ET

Channel: FOX

Live stream options: Hulu + Live TV, YouTube TV, FOX Now


Welcome back to the NFL, Joe Flacco. After getting hit high in the loss to the Broncos last week, Browns rookie QB Dorian Thompson-Robinson remains out with a concussion. With Deshaun Watson already on IR, the Browns signed Flacco, who will play for his sixth franchise in the NFL game today, to start over P.J. Walker.


While the Browns defense has been stout this season, the Rams are knocking on the door of the NFC playoff race. The return of RB Kyren Williams helped open up the offense quite a bit against the Cardinals. Can the Rams grind a win against a strong defense and jump over the Seahawks in the NFC standings?


Kansas City Chiefs at Green Bay Packers


Start time: 8:20 p.m. ET

Channel: NBC

Live stream options: Peacock


The final NFL game today sees the Kansas City Chiefs heading to Lambeau Field to take on the Green Bay Packers on Sunday Night Football. After a rare post-bye week loss, the Chiefs bounced back with a 31-17 win over the Raiders despite going down 14 to start the game. Kansas City needs to clean up the offense to make a run in the AFC playoffs this season.


They go to Lambeau to take on a surging Packers team playing their best football of the season. The 29-22 win over the Lions on Thanksgiving gives them a leg to stand on and gives them a .500 record in the division. QB Jordan Love is starting to move this offense with consistency despite not having the greatest weapons at his disposal. Can they finish the postseason push?


This weekend will mark the first games played in December and the league is edging ever closer to the all-important post-season, with places still up for grabs. Arguably the best matchup of the day will see the Philadelphia Eagles welcome the San Francisco 49ers to Lincoln Financial Field.


The 2023 Super Bowl runners-up have lost just one game so far this season, while the Niners have won eight games and possess the third-best record in the NFC. As Sunday football returns in the NFL, fans have 11 games to be excited about and will be hoping their team can record an important win.

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