Falcons at Eagles live stream: How to watch


The Atlanta Falcons travel to Philadelphia to play the Eagles in the NFC Divisional Round. Here is the information you need to watch.

The Philadelphia Eagles will welcome the Atlanta Falcons on Saturday for the NFL’s first divisional playoff game of the weekend.

Philadelphia enters the weekend coming off a bye. They are the conferences number one seed, finishing the regular season 13-3. The last time we saw the team play was a disappointing 6-0 shut out at the hands of the Dallas Cowboys.

Atlanta travels to Philly after beating the Los Angeles Rams last Saturday in the Wild Card game. The Falcons upset the Rams 26-13 to advance in the playoffs. They have won four of their last five games including the playoff game. Last year’s Super Bowl runner-up entered the playoffs as the conference’s sixth and last seed.

This game puts the NFC’s top and bottom playoff seeds against each other.

How can I watch the Falcons at the Eagles?

The game will be broadcast by NBC on Saturday January 13th at 4:35 PM ET from Philadelphia’s Lincoln Financial Field. Al Michaels and Cris Collinsworth will be in the booth calling the action. Michele Tafoya and Heather Cox will be reporting from the field. The available live streams for this game can be found on NFL.com and on FuboTV.

By all accounts, the normally rough eastern Pennsylvania January weather will actually be seasonably warm for the contest. Forecasts are calling for mid-40s to 50s with little to no wind.

In an odd turn of events the Falcons are 2.5-point favorites according to OddShark.com. It is the first time in NFL history that the number one seed is the underdog in a divisional playoff round. The associated moneylines for the game are Falcons -145 and Philadelphia +135. The over/under for this game is 41.5 points.

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The dangerous Falcons are looking to get back to the Super Bowl and get revenge after their disastrous second half performance a year ago. Philadelphia will try to battle without their star quarterback and prove that their team’s success does not hinge on a single player.