The New York Giants are on the road again and will be traveling to Cleveland to take on The Browns (and no, not Cleveland Brown). The blue team from the east coast are on a hot streak, winning five consecutive games. Meanwhile, our team from Ohio hasn’t won a single game and will be fending off the Giants as the blue squad invades FirstEnergy Stadium. The Giants are looking for their sixth consecutive win. Meanwhile, the Browns are just trying to win one game this season. Best of luck to the Browns!
Update: Apparently with no surprise the New York Giants steamrolled through the Cleveland Browns, ending the game with a score of 27-23. The Browns simply can’t seem to gain a victory this season. Meanwhile, the Giants are continuing their win streak. Next Sunday, they travel to Pittsburgh to take on the Steelers. Meanwhile, the Browns will sit out for Week 13 (an infamously unlucky number) for a team with an infamously unlucky season).
Josh McCown will be Cleveland’s quarterback against the Giants on Sunday. He’ll definitely have his work cut out for him. He’s leading one of the biggest underdog teams in the league at the moment, especially when you’re going up against a team like the New York Giants. If he wants to lead the Browns to victory then he’ll have to be careful and not be so prone to turnover the ball to the opposing team. In his four games this season, he threw six interceptions and lost two fumbles. But don’t count out McCown yet, he’s led a team to victory against the Giants in the past. Back in 2004, as a member of Arizona Cardinals, he led his team to glory with a score of 17-14. And this Sunday afternoon, he’ll be looking to lead the Browns to victory against the Giants, and finally end his team’s season-long losing streak.
The blue team have delivered 14 sacks during their five-game winning streak. And at 1 P.M. in Cleveland, the Giants will be looking to make a sack lunch out of the Browns. But it’s hard not to love the underdog in the fight. The Cleveland team can still strike back and defeat the imposing Giants. And you can see it all live on your TV, computer, tablet or mobile device. Keep on reading to find out where to go to live stream the game between the New York Giants and the Cleveland Browns.
Giants vs. Browns Viewing Details
Date: Sunday, November 27, 2016
Time: 1:00 P.M. EST
Location: FirstEnergy Stadium, Cleveland, Ohio
TV Channel: FOX, NFL Red Zone
Online: Game Pass, NFL Sunday Ticket
Mobile: NFL App
How To Watch Giants vs. Browns Live Stream Online
Hey, football fan. Are you a DirecTV subscriber? If you are, I have some good news! You can access NFL’s Sunday Ticket right from your computer screen. You can purchase a 24-month package for only $60. Only DirecTV users can watch the game here, so if you’re not a DirecTV customer, you may want to sign up with them asap.
But what if you can’t pull out that kind of scratch or make that kind of commitment? You’re still in luck! NFL’s Game Pass is here to the rescue! Register right here for a free seven days of compelling NFL showdowns on Game Pass. But if you don’t want them to charge, you’ll have to cancel your account before your seven-day trial expires. If not, you will be charged $74.99 for the new mid-season package, which lasts until July 31, 2017. Damn, so much money, yet so much football.
Watch Giants vs. Browns Live Stream Online Without Cable Subscription
You can get Game Pass without having a cable subscription. Live streaming the game is just one click away!
And there’s one more option to see this Cleveland showdown if you don’t have access to cable, but do have access to an internet connection. This option comes in the form of Sling TV, which provides a $25 monthly fee, but if you listen closely, you can see Browns take on the Giants for free!
Just click on the Sling website, you’ll find a light blue bar with those wonderful words (and that lovely number) “Watch Now 7 Days Free” – if you wanna see the game live and online then you’re not going to want to pass up on this great offer!
You’ll also need to sign up for the Sling Blue package, it costs just $25 a month, but if you decide to cancel within seven days, you will not be charged a cent. Though if you chose to stay with Sling, you’ll be able to see your favorite shows from a trilogy of ESPN channels to Regular Show on Cartoon Network, and you’ll be able to see many more NFL and college football games in the future. Sling TV has something for you (sports), and something for the kids (cartoons) too (or it could just be you who watch cartoons).
How To Watch Giants vs. Browns Live Stream On Mobile/Tablet
Hey, you! Yeah, you! Do you have a Sling TV subscription? Awesome! Because you’ll definitely need that to access the Sling TV app, which you can download for free on Roku, Xbox One, Google Play Store, Apple TV, and last but most definitely not least the Amazon App Store.
Hey, again. Are you a Verizon subscriber? Want to watch this war between the impressive Giants and the Brown underdogs without having to reach in your wallet? Well, you’re in luck, pal! For Verizon subscribers only, you’ll be able to live stream local and prime-time games by way of the NFL app. And you’ll be able to download this app for free from Apple TV, Windows Store, and the Google Play Store.
Time to look away from this live stream page and get to the game you’ve been waiting for!