How to watch Falcons vs. Patriots: Time, TV, live stream, radio, weather, injury news

Posted Oct 18, 2017

For those who don’t want to miss a second of the action, we’ve got you covered.

FLOWERY BRANCH, Ga. -- The Falcons (3-2) begin a three-game road stretch Sunday with another matchup against the AFC East. Up next, the New England Patriots (4-2).


While there has been plenty of talk of the last time these two teams met, it’s a new year and each team presents new challenges. Atlanta won its last game played on a Sunday night, and there is sure to be plenty of energy surrounding this week’s matchup. 

For those who don’t want to miss a second of the action, we’ve got you covered.


  • What: Atlanta Falcons (3-2) vs. New England Patriots (4-2)
  • When: Sunday, Oct. 22, 8:30 p.m. ET
  • Where: Gillette Stadium, Foxborough, Mass.
  • TV: NBC
  • Announcers: Play-by-play – Al Michaels, color analyst – Chris Collinsworth
  • Online: NFL Game Pass (out-of-market games can be viewed live)
  • Radio: 92.9 The Game is the Falcons’ official radio network. For a list of radio affiliates outside of Atlanta, click here. Fans who also have Sirius or XM Radio can find a list of NFL games, here.

Weather forecast

Here’s the current forecast for Sunday, according to The Weather Channel:

  • Partly cloudy
  • High/low: 73/54
  • 10 percent chance of precipitation
  • 68 percent humidity

Injury updates

The Falcons are slowly getting healthier, and Wednesday provided one of the first days in a while where there weren’t multiple players who sat out of practice. Matt Bryant was the only player who didn’t participate in Wednesday’s practice, and Falcons coach Dan Quinn said that was a planned day off for the veteran kicker.

Here is the full injury report from Wednesday:

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