The hottest team in the NFC is traveling across the country to play the most dangerous team in the AFC. Both teams have terrific defensive play, but one has a potential MVP quarterback that no defense has been able to figure out yet. This will be a game every football fan wants to see, and you can stream it without cable in almost every market in the country. Even if you are stuck in an area without access to this matchup, a VPN might be just the ticket to get you in the game.
This afternoon, the best matchup of Week 13 is on Fox as the San Francisco 49ers (10-1) travel coast to coast to face the Baltimore Ravens (9-2) at M&T Bank Stadium in Baltimore at 1 p.m. Eastern. The 49ers are tied with the Patriots for the best record in the NFL so far this season. They have racked up those wins thanks in part to a suffocating defense that ranks second in the league in points allowed.
San Francisco has designed their offense around a tough balanced running game, with fifteen rushing touchdowns spread over six different players. Tevin Coleman leads the team in rushing scores, making it into the end zone six times. Quarterback Jimmy Garoppolo should be plenty capable of scoring, with 20 touchdowns so far. However he will need to cut down on turnovers if they hope to keep the ball out of the hands of Baltimore's high flying offense, as Garoppolo has 10 interceptions in 2019.
The Ravens have the fourth ranked defense, and they know plenty about capitalizing on turnovers. The team has scored five defensive touchdowns including three by cornerback Marcus Peters. As good as their defense has been, the story of the Ravens season has been quarterback Lamar Jackson, who has thrown, raced and scored his way to stardom. Jackson may make more highlights with his running because 876 rushing yards and six touchdowns is unheard of from an NFL quarterback. However Jackson has excelled as a passer, with 24 touchdowns and only five interceptions on 2427 yards.
Considering the Ravens also have Mark Ingram II, who has run for 778 yards and nine touchdowns it is easy to understand why they've been so difficult to beat. While the 49ers padded their record with few signature wins, the Ravens have beaten the Seahawks, Patriots, Texans and Rams in their last five games. Baltimore will provide San Francisco with only their second big test of the season.
According to the 506 Sports NFL TV map for this week, almost the entire country will get the 49ers vs. Ravens game on Fox. If you happen to live in Florida, Arizona, or any other area with another Fox game, you can see if VPN services might allow you to still tap into this game online.
Now you know you want to see this game, but you don't know how to stream it. Fear not, as you can read this collection of the best ways to stream the San Francisco 49ers playing the Baltimore Ravens this afternoon, even if you have cut the cord on cable.
Hulu with Live TV
- The cost: $45 a month after a one week free trial
- Watch Hulu on: Apple TV, Android TV, Amazon Fire TV, Chromecast, Roku, Xbox One, Xbox 360, Nintendo Switch, iOS, Android, and browsers
- Local channels on Hulu: ABC, CBS, NBC, Fox, and others. Find your local channels here.
- 49ers vs. Ravens NFL game on Hulu: Yes, with your local Fox station.
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Hulu combines a huge back catalog of shows with a large selection of live TV channels. They can include local Fox station, so you should be able to watch Lamar Jackson work magic on the field.
- The cost: $55 a month after a one week trial
- Watch Fubo TV on: Apple TV, Android TV, Amazon Fire TV, Chromecast, Roku, iOS, Android and web browsers
- Local channels on Fubo TV: CBS, Fox, NBC and CW. Find your locals here.
- 49ers vs. Ravens NFL game on Fubo TV: Yes, Fubo has Fox locals available.
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Fubo TV has had a sports focus since the very beginning. While they have expanded their focus, the service is still a great way to stream sports, including the 49ers vs. Ravens where available.
Sling TV - Sling Blue
- The cost: $25 a month after your first month for $15
- Watch Sling TV on: Apple TV, Android TV, Amazon Fire TV, Chromecast, Roku, Xbox One, LG, or Samsung smart TVs, iOS, Android, Amazon Fire tablets, browsers and more
- Local channels on Sling TV: NBC and Fox on Sling Blue. Find your local channels here.
- 49ers vs. Ravens NFL game on Sling TV: Yes with your local Fox station.
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Sling is the most economical of the major streaming services. Grab Sling Blue and stream Garoppolo and Jackson going toe to toe.
AT&T TV Now - Plus Plan
- The cost: $65 a month after a free trial
- Watch AT&T TV Now on: Apple TV, Amazon Fire TV, Chromecast, Roku, Samsung Smart TVs, iOS, Android, and browsers
- Local channels on AT&T TV Now: ABC, CBS, Fox, NBC and more. Find your locals here.
- 49ers vs. Ravens NFL game on AT&T TV Now: Yes, with local Fox stations available for this anticipated game.
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AT&T TV Now has probably the deepest channel lineup around. The 49ers and Ravens on Fox will be streaming on the Plus Plan, then catch Watchmen since you'll get HBO as well.
- The cost: $50 a month after a free trial
- Watch YouTube TV on: Apple TV, Android TV, Amazon Fire TV Coming Soon, Chromecast, Roku, Samsung, LG, HiSense or Vizio smart TVs, iOS, Android and browsers
- Local channels on YouTube TV: ABC, CBS, Fox, NBC and more. Find your locals here.
- 49ers vs. Ravens NFL game on YouTube TV: Yes, with this key game streaming from your local Fox station.
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YouTube TV is one of the easiest streaming services to understand, with a single plan, a ton of channels — including Fox local channels needed for the 49ers vs. Ravens game.
How to watch the 49ers vs. Ravens game if it's not available where you are
You could be traveling outside of the United States this weekend and still want to watch the San Francisco 49ers play against the Baltimore Ravens today. You could otherwise be stuck in the wrong part of the country with the woeful Dolphins or Cardinals. Worst of all, you could be hit with an annoying blackout.
Sometimes streaming these sports from the wrong location can turn a touchdown into a safety. Streaming services will often block their feeds if you're not in America, and IP locations stick you with the local broadcasts just like cable.
There is a way to get things working again by using a VPN. That stands for "Virtual Private Network," and it'll send your internet through a specific set of servers. It zaps your internet traffic back into the United States even while you're abroad. That means you can head off to the islands, while your internet stays in the heartland. If your app supports it, and doesn't block using a VPN, it might even move your stream from Tampa Bay to San Francisco Bay.
Want to get a good VPN? It's easy with a subscription services that, for a few bucks a month, tunnels your traffic through different locations. It can also give you security and peace of mind on open WiFi connections. Give one a try to see if it works for you, and then put it to good use. Even enjoy your football, even if you are half a world away.
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ExpressVPN has all the things you want from a VPN. It's got multiple pricing plans. It's got servers in 94 countries. And it has apps for all the platforms, which makes setup a breeze.
Build your own over-the-air streaming for 49ers vs. Ravens
If you don't mind taking a little extra time, you can build a DIY in-home streaming setup for the 49ers vs. Ravens game and other broadcast shows and events. If you buy an over-the-air antenna for your setup, you can pick up broadcast network games, including this amazing NFL game on Fox. Then you can add an over-the-air streaming device, so you can even watch these games streaming to all of your devices.
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