Patriots vs Cardinals Live Stream: How to Watch Sunday Night Football on TV and Online

One of the most anticipated games of the opening week of NFL football is the Sunday Night matchup between New England and Arizona. As a result, a common question asked by fans is how to watch the live stream matchup? Depending on where you live, if you have cable or not, and who your wireless service provider is, the answer will vary for the game that kicks off at 8:30 PM Eastern Time. We have provided all of the relevant information that you need to check out the game action tonight below, and enjoy the first big Sunday of football during the 2016 NFL regular season. If you would like to check out the 2016 NFL schedule grid or the schedule for your favorite team, we also have those posted for fans to enjoy.

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Will Tom Brady be Playing in the Game?

In case you have not been following the latest on the Deflategate legal proceedings, New England quarterback, Tom Brady will not be playing in the first four games of the season. The Patriots will be using backup, Jimmy Garoppolo in his place. New England will also be missing Rob Gronkowski for the matchup, so most odds makers have the Cardinals as seven point favorites in the game tonight. The over/under continues to float between 44 and 45 depending on which listing you are looking at for tonight.

How to Watch the Patriots vs Cardinals?

The following is the general game information, TV and online broadcast for you to use to enjoy the game action tonight during Sunday Night Football! The NBC Sports Live Extra service will require you to validate your cable or satellite subscription to watch the online stream of the game.
Date: Sunday, September 11, 2016
Start Time: 8:30 p.m. ET
Location: Glendale, AZ
Venue: University of Phoenix Stadium
TV Info: NBC
Live Stream: NBC Sports Live Extra

How to Watch Sunday Night Football on Verizon Mobiles?

If you are a Verizon cell phone subscribers, then you have another option to checkout the Patriots at Cardinals game tonight. The company provides the NFL Mobile App for free for iDevices, Android, and Microsoft mobiles/tablets. You can download the appropriate version of the app here:
App Store (iTunes)
Google Play Store
Microsoft App Store