The Detroit Lions will host a playoff game for the first time in three decades when they play the Los Angeles Rams on Sunday. Fans are excited, General Motors has delayed shifts at its Flint plant so workers can watch the game and the city’s mayor has declared a “Super Bowl Sunday.”
The Lions swept their regular-season series against the Rams. The team is looking to end the NFL’s longest-running playoff winless streak at 32 years. But the odds are stacked against them. Los Angeles is one of the top teams in the league and quarterback Jared Goff has a stellar record this year.
This game will be broadcast on NBC nationally with Mike Tirico (play-by-play), Cris Collinsworth (color analyst) and Melissa Stark (reporter). Viewers can stream the game on NBC Sports app, which is available for free to subscribers of participating pay TV providers. It will also be available on Fubo, which offers a free trial.
If you are outside the US, you can use a VPN to change your IP address to a location in the country and access Paramount+. To get started, visit the website or download the app and create an account. Once you’ve created an account, log in and select the “Live TV” tab to find the game. You can stream the game live or on-demand and watch as many games as you like, with no commercial interruptions. This is only possible for the current season and if you cancel your subscription, the game will disappear from the streaming library immediately.