How to Stream Patriots Vs. Jaguars AFC Championship
At 3:05 pm ET / 12:05 pm PT, the New England Patriots will officially face the Jacksonville Jaguars in the AFC Championship match.
The game is streamed live on CBS, so if you have a cable (or antenna) this is probably the best option for catching the action. If you’re away from your TV for some reason but still want to watch a game, there are several streaming options.
The right option for you will depend a little on what market you live in. You need to find a service that offers CBS live streaming in your area, not just content on demand. Below are all the options available, but be sure to double check if live streaming is available in your region for the one you choose.
CBS Full Access
This is by far the cheapest and easiest solution. CBS All Access lets you stream your AFC championship game to your mobile phone or tablet using the app. Access costs $ 5.99 a month, which is probably less than the cost of the beer you intend to drink while playing.
If you are a Verizon Wireless customer, you can stream your game using the NFL Mobile app without any data transfer charges.
The Basic Live TV DirecTV Now package includes live CBS coverage in most markets. It costs $ 35 a month, which is a bit expensive for catching a single game, but might be worth it if you cut the cord and need access to live programming on a regular basis.
YouTube TV costs $ 35 a month and includes live CBS coverage in many markets. Again, this is a bit pricey for a single game, but if you’re already a customer or looking for additional channels, this could potentially be a worthwhile investment.
Hulu and PlayStation Vue
Both Hulu with Live TV and PlayStation Vue cost $ 40 a month, and CBS live streaming is offered in many markets.