It’s Week 7 of the 2021 NFL season and starting to feel like real football weather in October as fans get ready for another commercial-free blast of action via NFL RedZone. Sunday’s action starts with the Patriots and Jets facing off as they try to rebound in the AFC East. Meanwhile, the Chiefs and quarterback Patrick Mahomes will also trying to right the ship as they take on the Titans. The biggest early game, though, is an AFC North matchup between the 4-2 Bengals and the 5-1 Ravens. In the late afternoon, the 6-0 Cardinals will be looking to stay unbeaten as they face the 1-5 Texans. Meanwhile, Tom Brady and the Buccaneers will face the Bears. As always, trying to track down NFL RedZone can be a little bit tricky, as it’s not including with many basic cable packages and is usually an add-on for streaming services. However, some services, like fuboTV, do offer NFL RedZone as part of its free trial, giving viewers plenty of ways to watch for the 2021 season. NFL RedZone 2021, Week 7: Live stream, TV, free trial, how to watch

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How to watch NFL RedZone (Week 7 | Sunday, Oct. 24)

How to watch NFL RedZone on TV: NFL RedZone channel (Channel finder: Verizon, Comcast, Spectrum/Charter, Optimum/Altice, DIRECTV, Dish, Hulu, fuboTV, Sling.)

Live stream options: FuboTV – FuboTV is a solid all-around option for those looking to get rid of cable, offering a wide range of channels. It’s also one of the best options for any and all sporting events. The base fuboTV plan costs $59.99 per month, with the Sports Plus with NFL RedZone package running for an extra $10.99 per month.

How to watch for free: FuboTV does offer a free seven-day trial, which includes NFL RedZone.

Sling – Sling is another cable-cutter option and is cheaper at $30 a month for their “Sling Blue” package, which includes NFL Network. However, fans also need to sign up for the “Sports Extra” package to get access to NFL RedZone. However, that package will be available for free for the first month for new customers.

What is NFL RedZone?

RedZone is a special gameday broadcast from NFL Network that is commercial-free and carries viewers through all the games on Sundays. Hosted by either Andrew Siciliano or Scott Hanson (depending on which version of the channel you get), RedZone runs from 1 p.m. EST on Sundays through the final afternoon game, constantly switching between broadcasts to show the most exciting parts of each game — especially when a team has entered the titular red zone.

More coverage via the Associated Press

For those who oppose Thursday night NFL games, be it players, coaches, fans or bettors, this week is a perfect example of why.

It’s difficult enough to prepare for a Sunday game when you have key injuries, particularly at quarterback. And when both teams are uncertain about their quarterback situation, well, it doesn’t make for the best brand of football in a short week.

As for Pro Picks, it would be best to avoid making a choice for Denver, ranked 20th in the AP Pro32, at No. 13 Cleveland. The Broncos were a 3 1-2-point underdog, according to FanDuel SportsBook, before the Browns scratched Baker Mayfield because of his left shoulder injury. Case Keenum gets the start and the line dropped to 2 points with that news.

“Case Keenum will be our starter tomorrow night and we have full confidence in him to lead us and do the things necessary to put us in position to win,” Browns coach Kevin Stefanski said Wednesday. “Baker fought really hard to play, he’s a competitor and obviously wants to be out there, but just couldn’t make it on a short week.”

Denver, on the other hand, believes starting QB Teddy Bridgewater’s sore foot won’t sideline him. Drew Lock, who lost the job to the veteran Bridgewater in training camp, is the backup.

Von Miller, the Broncos’ star linebacker, virtually assured his team will break a three-game slide. We’re not so sure, even against Keenum.

BROWNS, 21-17

KNOCKOUT POOL: Tampa Bay kept us going and now Pro Picks takes the most obvious pick, unbeaten ARIZONA.

No. 30 New York Jets (plus 7) at No. 22 New England

Yes, the Patriots tend to play to the level of the opponent. A bad habit they will break Sunday.


No. 25 Atlanta (plus 2 1-2) at No. 29 Miami

Thought about four other potential upsets, but settled near South Beach as the only one.


No. 31 Houston (plus 17 1-2) at No. 1 Arizona

So wanted to make this the Best Bet, but that’s a ton of points and we’ve been burned already this year.


No. 12 New Orleans (minus 5) at No. 23 Seattle, Monday night

A sign of the times in Seattle with the Seahawks a home underdog like this.

SAINTS, 25-21

No. 10 Kansas City (minus 5 1-2) at No. 9 Tennessee

The Titans don’t get much chance to relish their win over Buffalo.

CHIEFS, 36-33

No. 26 Washington (plus 9 1-2) at No. 7 Green Bay

Can the Packers clinch the NFC North this week? Not quite, but soon.

PACKERS, 30-20

No. 32 Lions (plus 15) at No. 4 Los Angeles Rams

Matthew Stafford outduels Jared Goff after being traded for each other.

RAMS, 37-16

No. 11 Cincinnati (plus 6) at No. 3 Baltimore

The Bengals have come a long way, but they aren’t ready to beat the Ravens.

RAVENS, 24-17

No. 21 Indianapolis (plus 3 1-2) at No. 19 San Francisco

Two of the league’s most inconsistent squads.

49ERS, 23-21

No. 18 Chicago (plus 12) at No. 2 Tampa Bay

Giving that 44-year-old Bucs quarterback extra rest between games means …


No. 24 Philadelphia (plus 3) at No. 14 Las Vegas

Philly could be a tough out by December. It’s October.

RAIDERS, 26-18

No. 27 Carolina (minus 3) at No. 27 New York Giants

If the Panthers can’t end their skid here, they are headed for the bottom.



Last Week: Straight up: 11-3. Against spread: 7-7.

Season: Straight up: 60-34. Against spread: 50-41-2.

Best Bet: Straight up: 4-2. Against spread: 4-2.

Upset Special: Straight up: 6-0. Against spread: 6-0.

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