How to watch Commanders vs. Browns: Time, TV and streaming options for Week 17

The Washington Commanders [7-7-1] host the Cleveland Browns [6-9] Sunday in a game that could determine Washington’s postseason fortune.

The Commanders open Week 17 with a half-game lead over the Packers, Lions and Seahawks for the seventh and final NFC playoff spot. Washington hasn’t won since a win over the Atlanta Falcons on Nov. 27, meaning the Commanders didn’t win a game in December, yet remain in the playoff chase.

Washington was lucky last week, with the Lions and Seahawks losing, but the Packers won their third straight game and are currently the team to watch.

In preparation for the final two games, head coach Ron Rivera changed quarterbacks, benching Taylor Heinicke in favor of Carson Wentz. Can Wentz do what he couldn’t do with the Colts last season and lead his team to a playoff berth?

Here is everything you need to know to watch, listen to, or stream the Week 17 battle between the Commanders and the Browns.

Cleveland Browns at Washington Commanders — Jan. 1, 1:00 p.m. ET

TV channel: FOX

Commentators: Adam Amin [play-by-play, Mark Schlereth [analyst], & Kristina Pink [sideline]

Streaming: FuboTV (try it free)

Radio: BIG 100 (WBIG-FM); here is a list of affiliates. Sirius XM Radio.

Location: FedEx Field, Landover, Md.

Weather: 57 degrees, sunny at kickoff with 5 MPH winds

Referee: Bill Vinovich, per Football Zebras

Odds: Commanders -2, O/U 40.5

Injuries: Final injury report

 

Story originally appeared on Commanders Wire