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Patriots vs Redskins: How to watch, game time, TV schedule, channels, radio, live online streaming, betting odds, FanPulse

All the information you need to watch the Patriots’ fifth game of the year.

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The New England Patriots enter today’s meeting with the Washington Redskins as one of only three teams left undefeated this season — and as enormous favorites over a club that has had its fair share of issues this year, from a holdout of its best player to a quarterback carousel that is already spinning at this early stage of the year. On top of it all, Washington has yet to win a game after losing its first four.

With all that in mind, let’s find out how to actually follow today’s game:

Game Information: Patriots (4-0) at Redskins (0-4)

Date: Sunday, October 6, 2019

Kickoff: 1:00 p.m. ET

Location: FedExField, Landover MD

SB Nation affiliate: Hogs Haven

The Patriots provide an in-depth breakdown on their website.


Network: CBS

Broadcast team: Greg Gumble (play-by-play), Trent Green (color commentary), Melanie Collins (sideline)

The game will be carried locally on WBZ-TV channel 4.

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Local Radio

Station: 98.5 FM The Sports Hub

Broadcast team: Bob Socci (play-by-play) and Scott Zolak (color commentary)

98.5 FM is available through the following stations:

  • Boston MA: WBZ 98.5 FM
  • Springfield MA: WAQY 102.1 FM
  • Worcester MA: WWFX 100.1 FM
  • Milford MA: WMRC 101.3 FM / 1490 AM
  • Portland ME: WBLM 102.9 FM
  • Bangor ME: WEZQ 92.9 FM
  • Hartford CT: WTIC 1080 AM
  • Concord NH: WNNH 99.1 FM
  • Burlington VT: WCPV 101.3 FM
  • Providence RI: WPRO 630 AM

For additional stations, please check out the broadcast information on

Online streaming

Live streaming:

International live streaming: International viewers can follow the game by using NFL Game Pass.


Line: Patriots -16

Over/Under: 42

For more betting information, please visit DraftKings Nation.


The Patriots are 4-0 and it is therefore no surprise that the team’s fanbase ranks among the most confident in the league. While the score decreased a bit recently, 88% of participants in our latest FanPulse survey — please click here if you also want to take part in the future — still answered that they would feel good about the direction the team is currently headed to. This confidence score is the fourth highest in the NFL.

Washington, on the other hand, finds itself on the other end of the spectrum: the team has a confidence score of 0% with trust in its leadership literally non-existent among the fans who take part in FanPulse. It is not hard to see why. As mentioned above, the Redskins are missing their best player — offensive tackle Trent Williams — due to a holdout while the quarterback situation and overall lack of depth have left the team vulnerable.

If New England blows out its opponent today in front of a home crowd that could see a sizable portion of Patriots fans, owner Dan Snyder could pull the plug on the Jay Gruden era. While such a move appears to be unlikely, it would not at all be a surprise.

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