Brady or Rodgers? Where to watch the Packers vs. Buccaneers
We always knew this year’s NFL Super Bowl was going to be a battle of the ages. However, we didn’t think I was literal. Super Bowl LV will be a battle of the old versus the old. The first game will be the battle for the old as the Green Bay Packers, led by Aaron Rodgers, and the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, led by Tom Brady, face off in the NFC Championship Game.
They’ll either take on Patrick Mahomes or Josh Allen in the Super Bowl, representing the league’s youth. Rodgers and Brady’s matchup shares the same stakes when Brady took on Drew Bress last week. They’re battling for who’s the best quarterback. Rodgers and Brady are equally equipped. However, Brady has a stronger receiver core. It’s like name brand vs store brand. But it’s not about the brand but how you use it.
Rodgers is putting up insane numbers despite only having Devonte Adams, arguably the best wide receiver in the league. Rodgers put together nearly 4,300 yards with Adams, Marquez Valdes-Scantling, Robert Tonyan, and Allen Lazard. On the other side of the ball, Brady has Mike Evans, Chris Godwin, Antonio Brown, and Rob Gronkowski to throw to.
Packers vs Buccaneers is going to be a great game and is a must-watch. Here is everything about when and where to watch.
When to watch
Before you worry about where you need to know when to watch, Tampa Bay will head up to a freezing Green Bay Wisconsin to take on the Packers at historic Lambeau Field at 12:05 p.m. PT. Fox is broadcasting the game, so as long you have basic cable, you’ll be able to watch the game. You can also watch the game on the Fox Sports Go app for easy one the go viewing.
Where to Watch
Hulu + Live TV
If you need a cable package alternative to watch the games, Hulu + Live TV is a great option, especially for families. The two things are the price point and the extras you get with Hulu + Live TV.
As a subscriber, you’ll get Hulu’s entire streaming library and sixty-five channels. It has a great balance of children and adult channels. Then there is the price point. The service comes with a $65 a month price tag. However, for an extra $8 more, you can get it in the Disney Bundle with ESPN+ and Disney+. If you’re going to spend the money on Hulu or Hulu+ Live TV, it’s worth forking over the extra money for the Disney Bundle.
The Disney Bundle is what makes the service perfect for families and sports fans. Getting Hulu and Disney+’s entire streaming library is perfect for families, but the exclusive content on ESPN+ is fantastic. There are exclusive articles and shows on the streaming service and the full 30 for 30 library.
YouTube TV is the best bang for your buck for sports fans. For the same price as Hulu + Live TV, subscribers get 20 additional channels, unlimited DVR storage, and an extra simultaneous screen. Sports fans will love the full access to all the league channels, including the NFL Network, NBA TV, and MLB TV.
There is also a sport’s package add on with YouTube TV – the biggest draw to the package is NFL RedZone.
For those who can’t afford a cable alternative like Hulu + Live TV or YouTube TV to watch the Packers vs Buccaneers, there are plenty of sites out there live streaming the game for fans. One of the easiest ways to find streams was on Reddit. However, Reddit banned the popular streaming subreddit, /r/NFLStreams, making it hard to find streams. Luckily there are a few still offering the same service for fans.
NFLbite.com claims to be the replacement to /r/NFLStreams making them the leader in live streaming links. The site makes it incredibly easy to find the game you’re looking for. It also sorts the link by reliability, making sure you get the best stream possible.