Here is how you can watch and listen to the NFC Wild Card game between the No. 7 Philadelphia Eagles (9-8) and the No. 2 Tampa Bay Buccaneers (13-4).
Philadelphia (9-8) massively overachieved under rookie head coach Nick Sirianni. This Eagles team was thought to be scraping along at rock bottom heading into 2021. Instead, a strong rushing attack helped propel this team on a surprising trip to the playoffs. Sirianni was the only new head coach to lead his team to the playoffs, not counting Las Vegas Raiders interim coach Rich Bisaccia.
Tampa Bay (13-4) has a Super Bowl title to defend. While the Buccaneers won their first NFC South crown since 2007, they missed out on home-field advantage by a game to the Green Bay Packers. The path to Super Bowl 56 will run through Lambeau Field once again. However, the Buccaneers are still led by seven-time Super Bowl champion quarterback Tom Brady at his apex.
Here is what you need to know to see the Eagles take on the Buccaneers on Wild Card Weekend.
Eagles vs. Buccaneers odds and betting picks NFC Wild Card game
WynnBET has the Buccaneers laying 8.5 points to the visiting Eagles in this NFC Wild Card game. The associated moneylines for this playoff game are Tampa Bay -370 and Philadelphia +300. This game’s over/under comes in at a combined 46 points. The bookmakers believe the Buccaneers are more than a touchdown favorite, but there is a decent chance they could be upset by the Eagles.
What channel is Eagles vs. Buccaneers NFC Wild Card game on?
FOX will have the national broadcast of Eagles at Buccaneers with their No. 1 team on the call with Joe Buck and Troy Aikman in the booth. Kickoff from Raymond James Stadium will be at 1:00 p.m. ET on Sunday, Jan. 16.
Eagles vs. Buccaneers live stream
The live stream of the NFC Wild Card game between the Eagles and the Buccaneers can be found on fuboTV.
Eagles radio network
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Buccaneers radio network
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If the Buccaneers win, they will host the highest advancing seed in the NFC between the No. 3 Dallas Cowboys, the No. 4 Los Angeles Rams or the No. 5 Arizona Cardinals.
Should the Eagles pull off the upset of the Buccaneers, they will travel to the Frozen Tundra to face the top-seeded Green Bay Packers at Lambeau Field in the NFC Divisional Round.
Tampa Bay won the regular-season meeting over Philadelphia 28-22 way back on Oct. 14.