As usual, there are plenty of different ways to watch the game for viewers of all types. Here’s an updated, compiled list of all of the different ways you can get in on the action for today’s game between the New England Patriots and the Baltimore Ravens.
Today, on September 25th, 2022, at 1 PM ET, the New England Patriots will be facing off against a rival team for the third week in a row, this time, it’s the Baltimore Ravens. These teams have played against each other a modest 15 times in league history, with the first instance of such coming in 1996, and the most recent game played between the two teams being held on November 15th, 2020 with the Patriots scraping by for a tough win with a final score of 23-17. The record between these two teams all-time is 11-4, with the Patriots on top.
The Patriots are coming into this week after a much-needed win over the Pittsburgh Steelers last week, winning 17-14 in a game in which the Patriots looked solid all-around, showing tangible improvement in all facets compared to the performance they put on during a tough Week One loss against the always surprisingly formidable Miami Dolphins.
The Ravens on the other hand are rolling into Gillette Stadium on the heels of a soul-crushing loss against the aforementioned up-and-coming Miami Dolphins. The Ravens managed to blow a 21-point lead, and the Dolphin’s win marked their largest comeback in franchise history entering the fourth quarter. Despite the tough loss, Lamar Jackson still put up some seriously scary numbers (318 passing yards, three passing TD, 119 rushing yards, and one rushing TD) and he poses a threat to any defense on any team so long as he remains healthy. This week’s game will be a great test for a young and hungry New England Patriots defense who are out to prove themselves as one of the league’s best.
How To Watch
Date: September, 25th, 2022
Time: 1:00 PM ET
This week’s game will be broadcast on FOX and as well as on WFXT Channel 25, locally. Commentary will be provided by Joe Davis (play-by-play), Daryl Johnston (color analyst), and Pam Oliver (sidelines).
Here’s a map showing broadcast availability for the game on Sunday. Red represents areas that will be broadcasting the Patriots/Ravens game on Sunday. (Shoutout 506 sports)
Are there a lot of Arizona Patriots fans? We see you Arizona.
The game will be available on local stations around Boston and Maryland, but most fans outside of this area will need to seek out a streaming option.
You can stream the game on FuboTV (Free trial available).
You can stream the game on NFL+.
Out-of-Market Fans can watch the game via NFL Sunday Ticket.
International Viewers can access a stream of the game via NFL Game Pass.
You can tune into the game on 98.5 The Sports Hub per usual, with commentary by Scott Zolak and Bob Socci. Here’s a list of all 33 affiliate stations that will be broadcasting the game throughout New England.
This week’s game will also be broadcast by ESPN Radio. Chris Carlin and Chris Canty will provide commentary complete with sideline analysis from Sal Paolantonio.
SiriusXM App: 821 (NE), 802 (BAL) | SiriusXM: 231 (NE), 388 (BAL)
Outlook And Weather
The Baltimore Ravens have never won a game against the Patriots in Foxborough during the regular season. They have however won two playoff games against the Patriots at Gillette Stadium (I was at both games, sad times for sure, but still happy to have been there). The Ravens are definitely looking to pick up that first win against the Pats today, as the Patriots look to defend their honor, their ego, and a long-lasting team legacy that they currently find themselves in the driver’s seat of.
The weather could play a major factor Sunday in New England. The last time the two teams met, there was wind and rain, and Lamar Jackson cited that as an excuse for losing that game and was quoted this week as saying:
“I’ll say the weather played a big part last time we played. Every time we got up and lined up on offense, it was heavy rains; you can’t even throw the ball through this rain, you can’t run the ball, you probably can’t even see your opponent if you’re trying to make him miss. But hopefully, it’s perfect weather.”Lamar Jackson On The Weather At Gillette Stadium
Should be another great game between two young talented NFL teams on Sunday in Foxborough. Hopefully, it rains like hell. GO PATS!
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