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How to watch Lions vs. Commanders: Live stream, TV channel, kickoff time

DETROIT — The Detroit Lions (0-1) stay home to welcome another NFC East opponent in Week 2 from Ford Field. Detroit welcomes the Washington Commanders (1-0) on their way to the Victory Column.

Here’s everything you need to know about the game as you can watch or hear it, not to mention a news week recap starting in week 2:

  • Look at the Detroit Lions DirectTV stream
  • Visit MLives home bets for the latest odds and sports betting promos

GAME INFORMATION

  • WHO: Detroit Lions vs. Washington Commanders
  • WHEN: Sunday 1 p.m
  • WHERE: Ford Field, Detroit, Michigan
  • Twitter: Follow Kyle Meinke and Ben Rabe
  • LIVE UPDATES: MLive.com/Lions at 1pm | Facebook Live after the game
  • LATEST LINE: Lions -1.5 (48.5 o/u)

LIKE WATCHING

  • TV Network: FOX (Play-by-Play Kenny Albert, Analyst Jonathan Vilma)
  • Look at the NFL FuboTV (7-Day Free Trial)
  • For more viewing options, click here.

HOW TO HEAR

  • Radio Station: 97.1 The Ticket with Dan Miller and Lomas Brown
  • A full list of Michigan radio affiliates can be found here.

BET PREVIEWS

  • Commanders vs. Lions player props and spread pick for Sunday’s game
  • Commanders vs. Lions Prediction, Odds and Preview for NFL Week 2

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