Patriots vs. Ravens: Free live stream, TV channel, how to watch Week 3 game

It’s Sunday between the New England Patriots and the Baltimore Ravens in an AFC matchup that’s being altered for the TV network. The Sunday game will be broadcast on FOX depending on the TV market. Fans can also watch Patriots preseason games for free with the official Patriots app or sign up for a free trial of DirecTV.

The Patriots are trying to get past .500 when taking on a known enemy in the Ravens. They will do so at their home game when they play their first regular season game of the year at Gillette Stadium. Mac Jones appears fully fit after suffering back spasms in the season opener. Meanwhile, Ravens quarterback Lamar Jackson was restricted in practice this week.

TIED TOGETHER: Ravens vs. Patriots: tips, predictions, odds

How to Watch New England Patriots vs. Baltimore Ravens (NFL 2022 | Week 3)

What time will the game start? Which TV channel will it be on? – Sunday’s game begins at 1 p.m. EST at Gillette Stadium in Foxborough, Massachusetts. The game will be televised via FOX.

Can I get the Patriots game where I am? – Fans in most of Massachusetts and New England will get the Patriots game. However, availability elsewhere is subject to broadcast rights. You can find out which game will be shown on television here.

How to stream Patriots games live: | fuboTV | noose | NFL+ | DirecTV – Fans can stream Sunday’s game wirelessly by signing up for a free trial of fuboTV, DirecTV or Paramount+.

How to watch for free: Official Patriots App (iOS & Android) | (via Safari Mobile Web) – Patriots games are free to watch on the team’s official app and website (click here for more info). Locally broadcast games are only available in local markets, namely New England. Nationally broadcast games are available free of charge in the United States.

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Betting Odds, Spread: The line for this game favored the Ravens by 3 points.

Further coverage of the Associated Press


Sunday, 1 p.m. EDT, FOX

OPENING LINE: Ravens by 3, according to FanDuel SportsBook.

AGAINST THE SPREAD: Ravens 1-1-0; Patriots 0-1-1.

SERIES RECORD: Patriots lead 11-4.

LAST MEETING: Patriots beat Ravens 11-17 on Nov. 15, 2020 in Foxborough, Mass.

LAST WEEK: Ravens lost to Dolphins 42-38; Patriots beat Steelers 17-14.





REVENUE DIFFERENTIAL: Ravens plus-3; Patriots minus 2.

FEATURED RAVENS PLAYERS: QB Lamar Jackson. It’s early days, but Jackson resembles the player who won league MVP honors in 2019. He’s looking for his third straight game with three or more passing touchdowns. He has five TDs (three passing, two rushing) and just one INT for a 102.4 passer rating in two career starts against New England.

PATRIOTS PLAYER FEATURED: QB Mac Jones. He completed 21 of 35 passes for 252 yards and a TD last week to help the Patriots win their first game. He’s also done well at home, where he had 16 TD passes in nine home starts last season.

KEY MATCHUP: Patriot’s Pass Rush vs. Raven’s Offensive Line. Baltimore’s protection around Jackson is missing a few key components with tackle Ja’Waun James out for the season with an Achilles tendon injury and 2019 All-Pro left tackle Ronnie Stanley (ankle) still to play. Look to New England to put pressure on Jackson via linebacker Matt Judon, a former Raven who already has two sacks this season.

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KEY INJURIES: Ravens WR Devin Duvernay (concussion) and cornerback Marlon Humphrey (groin) sat out first practice of the week. Jackson (right elbow), TE Isaiah Likely (groin), WR James Proche (groin), T Ronnie Stanley (ankle), CB Brandon Stephens (quads) and CB Damarion Williams (ankle) were all limited. … Patriots S Kyle Dugger (knee) and WR Jakobi Meyers (knee) did not participate in Wednesday’s practice. S Joshuah Bledsoe (groin), S Cody Davis (calf), DTDavon Godchaux (back), LB Raekwon McMillan (thumb), DE DaMarcus Mitchell (knee) and S Adrian Phillips (ribs) were all limited.

SERIES NOTES: The Patriots have won three of their last four encounters with the Ravens, including the rain-soaked matchup in 2020. …New England have a 9-2 lead in regular-season matchups, including a 6-0 record in Foxborough. … All four postseason meetings were held in New England, with each team winning two. Patriots wins include a 23-20 win in the AFC championship game during the 2011 season. … Ravens coach John Harbaugh is 4-7 (including playoffs) against New England. … Patriots coach Bill Belichick is 9-4 (including playoffs) against the Ravens.

STATS AND STUFF: Ravens TE Mark Andrews had nine catches for 104 yards and a team-high TD in Week 2. He’s awaiting his 12th straight game with 50 or more receiving yards. When he last met New England, he had seven catches for 61 yards. …S Marcus Williams had 10 tackles and hit a career-high with two INTs in Week 2. He is one of two players in the NFL (Minkah Fitzpatrick) with an INT each in their first two weeks. … New England has had its third-best record (17-3) in home games since 2002, behind only Denver and Seattle (both 18-3). … The Patriots were outplayed 34-24 in two games. … With an appearance on Sunday, special teams captain Matt Slater will have appeared in 103 games at Gillette Stadium, breaking a tie with Stephen Gostkowski for the second most games at the stadium as a member of the Patriots. First is Tom Brady (134). … RB Damien Harris needs two rushing TDs to become the 14th Patriots player to reach 20 career TDs. … WR DeVante Parker had received 75 yards in his previous game against Baltimore (September 8, 2019 while he was with Miami). He has a TD catch in two out of three career games against the Ravens. …DB Devin McCourty’s 31 INTs is the most among active players with Baltimore’s Marcus Peters. Minnesota’s McCourty, Peters and Harrison Smith are the only active players aged 30 and over.

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FANTASY TIP: It could be another big week for Jackson, who has five TDs (three passing, two rushing) and one INT for a 102.4 passer rating in two career starts against the Patriots. He’s also had two or more TD passes in five of his last six starts against AFC East opponents.

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