Bills vs Patriots live stream: how to watch week 16 NFL Monday Night Football anywhere


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There’s a lot of excitement building around this Bills teams, which picked up the franchise’s first division title since 1995 by blowing the Broncos away last weekend. New England’s playoff hopes withered in the Miami sunshine a day later, but it’s still possible for Bill Belichick’s men to bow out with a .500 record and a bit of pride. Follow our guide below as we explain how to get a Bills vs Patriots live stream and watch NFL Monday night Football online wherever you are in the world right now – including for free in some countries!

Bills vs Patriots live stream

Tonight’s Buffalo Bills vs New England Patriots game kicks off at 8.15pm ET/5.15pm PT (1.15am GMT) at Gillette Stadium in Foxborough, Massachusetts. Full Monday Night Football NFL live streaming and TV channel details are below, including free Monday Night Football live streams in some places – and you can watch your preferred coverage from anywhere by adding a good VPN to your software roster.

Okay, it’s possible but unlikely. To avoid a losing season the Pats have to win out, but with Cam Newton and the New England offense looking as toothless as, well, they’ve looked for most of this season, we’re struggling to see how they could upset the seemingly unstoppable Bills. 

If you live in Australia and want to watch the NFL this season, you have several options to do so and are well covered for this week’s Patriots vs Bills game, which is scheduled to start at 12.15pm AEDT on Tuesday.

ESPN, available through Foxtel, will be broadcasting the game, and you can also stream it to your laptop or mobile device using the Foxtel Go app, but you’ll need your Foxtel ID to access the app. 

Just as Foxtel is, is also showing a New England Patriots vs Buffalo Bills live stream.

The streaming service has a Basic and a Premium plan with the difference being you can watch on two devices with the Basic plan for $25 per month and on three devices with the Premium plan for $35 per month. The best news? Both plans come with a so if you’re looking just to watch a specific game or two you can cancel after the 14 days. 

However, for the proper, live-for-it NFL fans, we highly recommend you sign up for an NFL Game Pass as it is also available in Australia, and even though it is marginally more expensive you have a much wider range of features.

Should I buy an NFL Game Pass?

Watching NFL online has never been easier thanks to the wide variety of streaming services now available. However, the league also has its own streaming service called the NFL Game Pass which allows die-hard football fans to watch every game. 

It’s really geared towards international fans and that’s where it’s a great option. In most of the NFL’s main international markets, a Game Pass Pro subscription will get you access to every single regular season and playoff game live, plus the Super Bowl, and you also get the league’s live highlights show, RedZone. It costs just £1.99 a week right now or £50 for access through July 2021 in the UK, so if you’re a big fan who watches multiple games every week, it breaks down quite favourably.

As well as the UK and Ireland, the service is available in countries like Mexico, Germany and most of Europe, and Australia – with only ‘domestic markets’ the US and Canada missing out on the full-fat offering.

Instead, there’s a US and Canada-only Game Pass option available that lets you watch commercial-free full game replays right after they’ve finished. Not the worst offer we’ve ever heard, but don’t get caught out – GamePass does not offer live NFL games in the US or Canada.

Should you decide to give Game Pass a shot, apps for Android and iOS mobile devices as well as on the likes of Chromecast, Apple TV, Roku, PS4, and more are available – plus you can obviously watch on your laptop or desktop computer through a browser.

The only caveat for non-domestic markets (e.g. the UK) are that some games are subject to blackout restrictions due to deals with local pay TV providers (e.g. Sky). 

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