Tampa Bay Buccaneers at Detroit Lions: Live stream, how to watch, odds, time

The Tampa Bay Buccaneers will look to clinch a playoff spot on Saturday when they travel to face the Detroit Lions.

The Bucs (9-5) have won back-to-back games since their Week 13 bye, including a furious 31-27 come-from-behind victory over the Atlanta Falcons on Sunday in which quarterback Tom Brady threw for 390 yards and two touchdowns. Leonard Fournette should get another week as Tampa Bay's lead running back with Ronald Jones not yet expected to return from a broken finger and a stint on the reserve/COVID-19 list.

The Lions (5-9) were eliminated from playoff contention with Sunday's loss to the Tennessee Titans. Following the game, they fired special teams coordinator Brayden Coombs for calling a fake punt without the knowledge of interim head coach Darrell Bevell. The Lions are also dealing with a major COVID-19 outbreak that will have five coaches, including Bevell, unavailable for the game. Receivers coach Robert Prince has been named to serve as interim head coach.

Here's everything you need to know for Saturday:

Tom Brady leads the Bucs against the Lions on Saturday. (Photo: Dale Zanine, USA TODAY Sports)

What time does Buccaneers vs. Lions start?

The game kicks off at 1 p.m. ET on Saturday at Ford Field in Detroit.

What TV channel is Buccaneers vs. Lions on?

The game will be aired on NFL Network, plus local broadcast stations in Tampa and Detroit. Adam Amin and Mark Schlereth will be in the broadcast booth. Lindsay Czarniak will report from the sidelines.

How can I watch Buccaneers vs. Lions online via live stream?

Fans can watch the game via live stream on NFL.com or via the NFL app, on Yahoo Sports mobile or on fuboTV.

What are the odds for Buccaneers vs. Lions?

According to BetMGM, the line is Buccaneers -10 and the over/under is at 54.5.

Where can I find score updates for Buccaneers vs. Lions?

USA TODAY Sports will have all the latest on the game in our box scores.

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