Patriots Vs. Dolphins Live Stream: How To Watch NFL Online

Patriots vs. Dolphins

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The Patriots are headed to Miami, and they’re looking to kick ass and claim the top seed in the AFC playoff field. The New England team is currently leading in the AFC East, and you can bet that they want to take things to the next level. Meanwhile, the Dolphins are right behind them in the AFC East and on New Year’s Day, this Miami team will be looking to knock the Patriots down a peg or two.

The New England team is on the road again, which, based on their history, appears to play in the Patriots favor. The Patriots hold a 7-0 record on the road this season. They’ll look to improve their score 8-0 on Sunday against the Dolphins, and once again finish the season with a perfect road score (they did the same thing back in 2007 with a road score of 8-0). Right now, the Patriots are leading the AFC East, with 13 victories and only two losses this season. On the other hand, the Dolphins are not far behind, with a record of 10 wins and five losses this season. The Dolphins will be looking to make up for this year’s September 18 defeat at Gillette Stadium by the New England Patriots.

The Dolphins and the Patriots have a long-standing rivalry that goes back 51 years and this will be the 103rd time they will clash on a football field. The last time these two teams faced off on New Year’s Day was all the way back in 2005, which ended with a Miami victory over New England 28-26. Even though the Patriots are undefeated during their road games this season, they have lost their three last visits to Miami. Perhaps, playing in Miami is the Patriots’ Achilles’ heel.

Look below and see a fantastic football game to usher in the New Year. Find out how to live stream the game between the Miami Dolphins and the New England Patriots on your phone, computer, tablet or television.


New England Patriots vs. Miami Dolphins Viewing Details

Date: Sunday, January 1, 2017
Time: 1:00 P.M. EST
Location: Hard Rock Stadium, Miami Gardens, Florida
TV Channel: CBS
Live Stream (computer): CBSSports.com (Simulcast and All-22 feed), Game Pass
Live Stream (mobile): Download the CBS Sports App, NFL App


How To Watch Patriots vs. Dolphins Live Stream Online

Hey, buddy, got an internet connection? Good! Because you’ll need one if you’re away from the TV set and want to watch the Dolphins defend Miami against the Patriots. Go on CBSSports.com to log in or sign up to see this exciting game right from your computer screen.

Looking for another way to watch the game online? NFL’s Game Pass is here to the rescue! Register right here for a free seven days of pulse-pounding NFL showdowns on Game Pass. But if you don’t want to pay anything, you’ll have to cancel your account before your seven-day trial expires. If not, you will be charged $49.99 for the new mid-season package, which lasts until July 31, 2017. Wow! That’s a whole lot of football! And $49.99 isn’t exactly chump change.


How To Watch Patriots vs. Dolphins Live Stream On Mobile/Tablet

Got a satellite and cable subscription? Got access to CBS Sports? Want to watch this game live on your mobile or tablet device? Then you’re in luck! On the site, there are a few apps to download but you may just want to watch the live stream between the Patriots and the Dolphins, and nothing else. Click here to access the CBS Sports App, where you can also download apps to follow your favorite college and high school sports teams, draft your fantasy teams, and of course, there is an app to live stream Saturday afternoon’s showdown between the Miami Dolphins and the New England Patriots

You can download the app to watch the game on the Apple App Store and on Google Play. What are you waiting for? Click away and see the game!

Don’t have a cable or satellite subscription?  It doesn’t matter. You can still get access to Game Pass. So, do the clicking and get you some NFL-style fun!

What are you doing still here? Download the right apps, go online, or turn on your TV to see what is sure to be a game to remember.

Brian Dunlopcoed writer
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