Pacquiao vs Broner, Live Fight, Date, Time, Location

You already know that the date for the epic fight is January 19. Initially Pacquiao has advocated that the fight will be either on the 12th or 19th of January. Now it appears that the date is a settled issue. Even Pacquiao said that he is ninety percent sure that the fight will hold then it is a concluded issue that it will in Las Vegas. For many fans this is a welcome development. This is because Pacquiao was virtually on exile from America because of the recent fights he did not take place in America. Now that he is coming back to America and to Las Vegas, this is a welcome development.clickhere!

Pacquiao vs Broner

As regards the time of the fight, it usually takes place around 8 pm. This norm will not be different. It is not yet clear whether this fight will be the only one on the card. There are chances that there are other fighters on that card. If that is the case, it means that other fights can go while the main event will come later. The time for the fight will not shift from the normal time of 8,00pm. However the time the major fight will take place depends on other fights in that card.

It is already known that the fight will take place in Las Vegas in Nevada. When it comes to big bout like this one, Las Vegas has always been the popular choice. The choice for Las Vegas is understable. It has all the facilities on the ground and this can help boxers to perform. Moreover, millions of fans are located in Las Vegas. It is a good opinion to take the fight to place where there is the market. Many Las Vegas residents will like to watch such fights whenever it takes place. Las Vegas is a great way to watch such a fight.

Las Vegans have been expecting this fight for a long time. It remains a good opportunity for many people who were expecting this fight for years to have the dream fulfilled. The fight will take place in Las Vegas and it will still hold on the date agreed for it.

Seahawks vs Vikings

Seahawks vs Vikings: Preview, prediction, statistics to know for ‘Monday Night Football’.Everything you need to know about a battle between NFC playoff hopefuls.The Seattle Seahawks will be looking for their fourth-straight win on Monday when the team hosts the Minnesota Vikings in a key battle in the race for an NFC wildcard spot.


This week’s edition of Monday Night Football is the second-consecutive night game between playoff contenders from the NFC West and NFC North. This time, the team from the West is hosting, and hoping for a better result than the Rams had against the Bears on Sunday night.

The Seahawks, current holders of the No. 5 seed with their 7-5 record and owners of a three-game winning streak, host the Vikings, currently occupying the No. 6 slot with their 6-5-1 record. This game could hold massive importance to the playoff picture, especially if the Vikes can’t come away with a win.

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Both squads are likely playing only for wild-card spots right now given how far behind their respective division leaders they sit, but owning the tiebreaker here could be huge in determining not only who plays in Chicago or Dallas or New Orleans or L.A., but in case another contender jumps into the mix and only one of the two teams actually heads to the postseason.

This should be a fun one, so here’s what you should be looking out for on the field.

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The Seahawks are on a three-game winning streak, but their run of terrific offensive performances really started with their 36-31 loss to the Rams back in Week 10. During that four-game span, Russell Wilson has played as well as any quarterback in football.

He’s completed 71 of 105 passes (67.6 percent) for 925 yards (8.8 per attempt) and 11 touchdowns, and has not been intercepted even once. That’s good for an absurd 130.1 passer rating, and Wilson’s contributions haven’t stopped there, as he’s added 127 additional yards on 21 carries. His carries-per-game average is also up to from 3.0 during the first eight games of the season to 4.2 during the past four, while his yards-per-carry average has jumped from 4.9 to 6.1 as well.

Incredibly, Wilson is on pace to throw his fewest number of passes since his second year in the NFL, but also to set a career high in touchdown passes. After leading the NFL with 34 TD tosses last year, Wilson is not close to Patrick Mahomes for the NFL lead this season, but he does lead the league in touchdown rate — the percentage of his throws that have turned into scores. And he’s racked up that rate while also tying his career-best 1.5 percent interception rate.

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On Monday night, Wilson faces a pass defenses that has for the most part been much better in recent weeks than it was during the early part of the season. And he seems at least somewhat likely to do so without the services of his top wide receiver, Doug Baldwin, who is listed as questionable with a hip injury but is widely expected not to play.

And that’s not great for the Seahawks because the Vikings have been most vulnerable through the air to interior receivers, tight ends, and running backs, and Baldwin is clearly the best option Seattle has that fits that description. Tight end Nick Vannett has flashed here and there but is not a consistent part of the team’s pass offense, and neither are any of Chris Carson, Rashaad Penny or Mike Davis.

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The primary focus in the passing game, then, figures to be Tyler Lockett and David Moore, who will primarily work against Xavier Rhodes and Trae Waynes. Rhodes is almost sure to shadow Lockett when he’s on the perimeter, but the Seahawks would be smart to bump Lockett inside more often than usual in this game because the Vikes typically prefer to keep Rhodes on the outside. Having Lockett work against Mackensie Alexander (93.1 passer rating allowed in the slot) is far preferable to having him work against one of the premier shadow corners in the NFL.

It’s difficult to tell if the Vikings would have Rhodes shadow Moore if Lockett spends the majority of his time inside, but if so, that would open up opportunities for Jaron Brown working against Waynes. Perhaps the best way to attack Minnesota through the air, however, would be to figure out a way to get one of the receivers matched up on linebackers Anthony Barr or Eric Kendricks, which has happened far too often to the Vikings this season.

A big key, as always, will be keeping Wilson well-protected, which is far tougher to do against Minnesota now that the defense is at full strength. They’ve come on strong (with the exception of last week against the Patriots, natch) and now have the NFL’s second-highest Adjusted Sack Rate, per Football Outsiders.

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As good as the Vikings are against the pass, they may be even stronger against the run, and that could cause some problems for the Seahawks, who run more often than any team in football — by a lot. The Vikings are a stronger tackling team than almost any in football (they’ve missed only 20 tackles on running plays this year, per Sports Info Solutions, the fifth-fewest in the NFL) and when they’re on, they’re disciplined enough to tackle the running back while still containing Wilson inside the pocket and not letting him take off around the edge.

As such they’ve allowed only 1.6 yards before contact per rush attempt, per Pro Football Focus, the fifth-best mark in the NFL. Seattle, though their offensive line has been better this season, does not often generate a ton of yards before contact and instead depends on Carson, Penny, Davis, and Wilson to break tackles and create extra yards. Those are hard to come by against Minnesota.

>>>When the Vikings have the ball<<<

The Vikings have to be considered one of the NFL’s most disappointing offenses this season. Sure, Dalvin Cook has been injured for much of the year, but when they signed Kirk Cousins this offseason I don’t think anybody in Minnesota expected to rank 15th in yards per game, 18th in points per game, and 17th in Football Outsiders’ offensive DVOA heading into Week 14. Hopes were much higher than that — especially after they ranked 11th, 10th, and fifth in the same figures last year and secured a quarterback upgrade.

Instead of taking a step forward, though, they’ve largely stagnated. To what that should be attributed, I’m not entirely sure, but the focus has to start with the offensive line, which has simply been dreadful. Cousins has been pressured on 214 drop backs this season, most in the NFL despite the fact that he’s played one fewer game than every other team save for the Seahawks. Take a look at how his numbers have dropped off when under pressure vs. on plays when he’s been kept clean, per Pro Football Focus.

Cousins Clean Pressure
Comp 231 119
Att 316 175
Comp % 73.1% 68.0%
Yds 2,216 1,274
YPA 7.01 7.28
TD 18 5
TD % 5.70% 2.86%
INT 4 5
INT % 1.27% 2.86%
QB Rtg 105.9 86.7

Cousins’ 39.6 percent pressure rate is almost exactly the same as Case Keenum’s 39.3 percent mark from last year, but Keenum is a much more mobile player more suited to playing behind a leaky offensive line and freelancing within and outside the pocket. Keenum also was not very good on plays where he was pressured, but he was able to avoid sacks more consistently than Cousins has been so far this year. (Cousins has been sacked on 5.8 percent of his drop backs this season, while Keenum was sacked 4.4 percent of the time a year ago.)

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Cousins is on track for a career-best completion rate this year, but other numbers like his yards-per-attempt average, yards per completion, average depth of throw, and touchdown rate are down, and the figures that are up are coming in the context of the friendliest passing environment in league history and don’t look quite as good when compared to league averages as they have in previous years. For instance, his 99.1 passer rating is 5.5 percent better than league average this season, per Pro-Football-Reference, but his 97.2 rating during his Pro Bowl 2016 campaign was 8.8 percent better than average that season. (The league average is up from 89.3 to 93.9.)

Cousins has really only found a rhythm with two of his targets: Adam Thielen and Stefon Diggs. Here’s what we wrote about Thielen a few weeks back:

In nine games, Thielen leads the NFL with 78 catches, just 13 off the career-high he set a year ago. He’s on pace to catch 138 passes for the full season, which would be the second-most in NFL history. His seven touchdowns are already the most he’s ever scored in a season. And it’s not just volume. The NFL has tracked targets since 1992. During that time, there have been 1,054 instances of a wide receiver or tight end being targeted at least 100 times in a season. Thielen’s current 75.7 percent catch rate ranks NINTH among that group of 1,054 players. That’s inside the top 0.1 percent.

He has fallen off somewhat since then, but only very slightly. Thielen now has 98 catches for 1,166 yards and nine scores on 134 targets. He’s on pace for 131 catches, which would be the fourth-most in NFL history. Thielen’s current 73.1 percent catch rate is no longer inside the top 0.1 percent of seasons of the past 27 seasons, but it’s still pretty damn close.

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And it’s not like he hasn’t been good in the past three games since we wrote that story — he has 20 catches for 219 yards and two scores while playing through injury. Diggs, meanwhile, was heating up until last week’s dud against New England. In the previous three games, he went for at least eight catches, 77 yards, and a touchdown, totaling 31 grabs for 322 yards and three scores.

The Seahawks still play sides with cornerbacks Shaquill Griffin and Tre Flowers, as the team has for years, but both of them are playing extremely well right now. (Griffin has played 95 percent of his snaps at left corner and Flowers has been at right corner for 94 percent of his snaps.) That said, if the Vikings have a preferred guy they want Diggs to work against during the game, they can engineer that matchup if they want, sacrificing Laquon Treadwell or Aldrick Robinson to the other corner while letting Thielen primarily work against Justin Coleman in the slot. Coleman’s having a strong season but that will presumably be the matchup the Vikings go after most — if Cousins has enough time to get off a throw, which is no guarantee against Frank Clark and company up front.

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Being able to keep the Seattle front off balance would be nice, but the Vikes have struggled to get their run game going with any consistency this season. The injuries to Cook have played a role there, but he and Latavius Murray are each averaging just 4.2 yards per carry anyway. Seattle has proven tough to run against in power situations and backs have a low success rate against them in general, so even early-down runs could be unwise as that’d set Cousins up behind the sticks, making it more likely the Seahawks can pin their ears back and get some pressure.

Rams vs Bears

Rams vs Bears picks, predictions from expert who’s 18-4 on L.A. games.For most of the season, the top NFL analysts have backed the Bears in their weekly game predictions. But when a team like the Los Angeles Rams come to town, that confidence in Chicago vanished.


NFC division leaders face off on “Sunday Night Football” when the Chicago Bears host the Los Angeles Rams for an 8:20 p.m. ET kickoff. The Rams are 11-1 and on top of the NFC West, in line for home-field advantage in the playoffs. The Bears are 8-4 and hold a 1.5-game lead over the Vikings in the NFC North. Los Angeles is favored by three in the latest Rams vs. Bears odds, with the over-under for total points scored at 51, down a field goal from the opener. The Bears are 5-1 at home this season, but before you make any Rams vs. Bears picks and predictions for “Sunday Night Football,” see what SportsLine’s R.J. White has to say.

White was SportsLine’s most profitable NFL analyst last season, returning $100 bettors a profit of nearly $2,000. The renowned prognosticator has also cashed big in the prestigious Las Vegas SuperContest two of the past three years and now turned his eye toward “Sunday Night Football.”

White is riding an astounding 18-4 record handicapping the Rams, which includes Weeks 10 and 11, when he picked the Chiefs (+3.5) in the epic 54-51 Rams win, and took the Seahawks (+9.5) in a 36-31 L.A. victory. Anyone who has followed his picks is up big.

Now, White has analyzed Bears vs. Rams (stream live on fuboTV) from every angle and locked in a strong spread pick. You can only see it at SportsLine.

White knows the Bears’ defense has 21 interceptions and 30 takeaways, leading the NFL in both stats entering Week 14.

On offense, second-year quarterback Mitchell Trubisky is on a similar trajectory to L.A.’s Jared Goff. In 10 games, Trubisky has a 7-3 record this season with 2,469 yards, 20 touchdowns, nine interceptions and a QB rating of 97.7. Ten games into Goff’s second year, he had 2,610 yards, 16 touchdowns, four picks and a 98.9 rating. He was also 7-3.

Trubisky’s targets have been inconsistent at times, but Chicago’s passing offense has gotten a boost out of the backfield from Tarik Cohen. The running back leads the team in receptions (59), yards (659) and touchdowns (four).

Just because the rising Bears have been a defensive force doesn’t mean they will hang at home against the high-powered Rams and cover the “Sunday Night Football” spread.

White also knows that only the Chiefs have scored more points than the Rams, led by one of the top QB-RB tandems in the NFL. Running back Todd Gurley led the league entering the week with 1,175 rushing yards, 1,649 yards from scrimmage and 19 touchdowns. Meanwhile, quarterback Jared Goff is having his best season as a pro. He has passed for 3,754 yards, 27 touchdowns and seven interceptions. His 109.9 passer rating ranks fourth in the NFL.

The defense is allowing 10 fewer points than the offense scores thanks to a relentless defensive line and two shutdown corners. Defensive tackle Aaron Donald has been a beast in the trenches — his 16.5 sacks lead the NFL by a wide margin.

We can tell you White is leaning under for Bears vs. Rams, but he has found a crucial x-factor that causes one side of the spread to hit hard. He’s sharing what it is, and who to back, only at SportsLine.

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Chargers vs Bengals

Today, the Los Angeles Chargers will take on the Cincinnati Bengals who will be without their starting quarterback Andy Dalton and their star wide out A.J. Green. Via the team’s official Twitter account, we now know who the Chargers will be without as well.

Melvin Gordon continues to miss time, but the emergence of Justin Jackson last week against the Pittsburgh Steelers means he likely will not be too badly missed today against the Bengals. Trevor Williams’ strange, disappointing season also continues as it has all year. He will e inactive. Rookie wide receiver, recently called up from the practice squad, Dylan Cantrell will be inactive. Brandon Mebane is still not ready to return.

In happier news, second-year offensive lineman Forrest Lamp is finally active again. Perhaps he will even find some playing time against a bad Bengals team. Regardless, it is nice to see him at least making the active roster again.

The Chargers’s victory lifted them to 9-3 while Cincinnati’s defeat dropped them down to 5-7. Allowing an average of points per game, Cincinnati hasn’t exactly asserted themselves on the defensive end. We’ll see if they can patch up the holes in their defense before their upcoming contest.

Steelers vs Raiders

Steelers vs Raiders Live Stream: TV Channel, Watch Online Free.The Pittsburgh Steelers have suffered two close tough losses against quality opponents. Now they face the Oakland Raiders away from home in hopes of snapping a two-game skid and avoid falling dangerously closer toward letting the Ravens catch them in the AFC North.


James Conner and Marcus Gilbert are the only injured names listed among the inactives in Week 14 as both Anthony Chickillo and Morgan Burnett are cleared to play against the Oakland Raiders.

The Pittsburgh Steelers will only be missing two offensive starters due to injury against the Oakland Raiders after both defensive players listed as questionable on Friday were left off inactive report in Week 14.

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While James Conner and Marcus Gilbert will miss the matchup with injuries that sidelined them all week long in practice, Morgan Burnett and Anthony Chickillo will both play against the Raiders. Conner will be replaced by a combination of Jaylen Samuels and Stevan Ridley and Matt Feiler will see his seventh consecutive start in place of Gilbert.

With the return of Burnett to the game day roster, Marcus Allen is back among the inactives, while Ola Adeniyi is something of a surprise as a healthy scratch as Cameron Sutton returns. They will join familiar faces in Mason Rudolph, Zach Banner and L.T. Walton as the core group of players who have been inactive most Sunday’s. Rudolph is now the only name on the roster who has yet to dress for a game this season.

Despite being listed with injuries earlier in the week, Ryan Switzer, Roosevelt Nix and Kam Canaday will all suit up against Oakland.The Steelers opponent, the Raiders (2-10), have lost four of five. Last week they almost kept pace with the Chiefs at home but ultimately fell 40-33. They’ll need a similar offensive output to beat the Steelers.

Eagles vs Cowboys

 Eagles vs Cowboys  odds, line: Picks, predictions from proven expert who’s 4-0 on Dallas games.Emory Hunt has his finger on the pulse of Ezekiel Elliott and the Cowboys.The Eagles have found their mojo, winning back-to-back games for the first time this season. The Cowboys have won four straight games and are coming off an impressive win over the New Orleans Saints last week.


The Philadelphia Eagles and Dallas Cowboys face off on Sunday at 4:25 p.m. ET, with the winner getting the inside track in the ultra-competitive NFC East. The favorite has covered in five of the last six meetings between these two teams, but the Eagles are 5-2 against the spread their last seven trips to Dallas. In the latest Eagles vs. Cowboys odds, America’s Team is a three-point favorite after the line moved as high as 3.5. The over-under for total points scored has risen all the way to 45.5 after opening at 43. On the money line, the Cowboys are -185 (risk $185 to win $100), while the Eagles are +155 (risk $100 to win $155). With Vegas predicting a tight battle, you’ll want to hear what SportsLine expert Emory Hunt has to say before laying any of your own Eagles vs. Cowboys picks.

Hunt is the founder and CEO of Football Gameplan, which has been supplying analysis of all levels of football since 2007. The former running back joined SportsLine in 2016 and has provided his followers with winning seasons in college and pro football. He is having another impressive season with his point-spread picks for SportsLine members, and lately has been especially zeroed in on against the spread picks involving the Cowboys.

Hunt is riding a four-game win streak picking Dallas games, including calling the Cowboys’ surprising upset over the Saints last week. Anyone who followed his advice booked an easy winner.

Now, he has turned his attention to Cowboys vs. Eagles (stream live on fuboTV). Hunt has scoured every aspect of this matchup and released a confident point-spread selection. It’s only available at SportsLine.

Hunt knows the Eagles are beginning to look more like the defending Super Bowl champions that they are. Philly has won two straight and is just a game behind Dallas for first place in the NFC East. The Eagles lost to the Cowboys four weeks ago, but Dallas had no answer for tight end Zach Ertz, who caught 14 passes for 145 yards and two touchdowns. Quarterback Carson Wentz passed for 360 yards.

This time around, the Eagles are establishing a running game behind Josh Adams. The rookie out of Notre Dame has received the bulk of carries the last two games, and the Eagles have controlled the clock and won each contest. Adams has 42 carries for 169 yards in wins over the Giants and Redskins.

Just because the Eagles are on the upswing doesn’t mean they can cover against the division-rival Cowboys.

Last week against the powerful Saints, the Cowboys limited Drew Brees to 127 yards passing and Alvin Kamara to 36 yards rushing in a statement-making 13-10 victory. The Cowboys rank fourth against the run, sixth against the pass and, most importantly, second in points allowed (18.6 per game).

Running back Ezekiel Elliott, meanwhile, continues to churn out yards and points for Dallas’ offense. He’s gained 470 yards and has five total touchdowns during the team’s four-game win streak, including 151 yards rushing and two trips to the end zone against the Eagles in the first meeting on Nov. 11. Elliott leads the NFL with 240 carries and 1,150 yards, but also has 53 receptions for 423 yards and three receiving touchdowns, all career-highs in the passing game.

We can tell you Hunt is leaning under, but he has unearthed a crucial X-factor that causes one side of the spread to hit hard. He’s only sharing what it is, and who to back, at SportsLine.

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Lions vs Cardinals

The Arizona Cardinals will be eyeing their second-straight win when the team hosts the Detriot Lions on Sunday, Dec. 9 at State Farm Stadium.

In the two teams’ last meeting, the Lions defeated the Cardinals 35–23 at home in Week 1 of the 2017 season.

How to watch:

Time: 4:25 p.m. ET

TV channel: FOX/CBS/NBC

The Cardinals (3–9) are coming off of a stunning 20–17 Week 13 win over the Green Back Packers. Rookie quarterback Josh Rosen struggled for most of the afternoon before finding veteran receiver Larry Fitzgerald for a pivotal 32-yard completion on third-and-23 to set up Zane Gonzalez’s 44-yard game-winning field goal. Green Bay’s Mason Crosby missed a 49-yard attempt as time expired, and the Cardinals held on for their first road win since Oct. 7 at San Francisco.

The Lions (4–8) suffered their second consecutive loss last week with a 30–16 defeat against the Los Angeles Rams. Matthew Stafford threw for 245 yards, one touchdown and one interception and was sacked four times by the Rams’ defensive front. Detroit has lost five of the team’s last six games and four of the last five road games.

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Broncos vs 49ers

The San Francisco 49ers are getting ready for an away game against the Denver Broncos. Find information here on the 49ers-Broncos game time, TV channel, live online streaming options, radio, announcers and more!The Broncos (6–6) enter Week 14 on a three-game win streak, their last outing a 24–10 victory over the ailing Cincinnati Bengals.

Despite just 151 yards and one touchdown from quarterback Case Keenum, the Broncos’ offense found life behind running back Phillip Lindsay’s 157-yard and two-touchdown performance. Denver’s defense sacked Cincinnati’s Jeff Driskel four times, and a similar performance will be necessary against San Fran if the Broncos want to tighten the AFC’s Wild Card race.

How to watch: 

Time: 4:05 p.m. ET

TV channel: CBS

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49ers inactives: WR Pierre Garçon, RB Matt Breida, CB K’Waun Williams, SS Jaquiski Tartt, OL Erik Magnuson, OL Shon Coleman, DL Sheldon Day

Broncos inactives: CB Tramaine Brock, CB Chris Harris, OLB Jeff Holland, OLB Shaquil Barrett, LB Brandon Marshall, DE Demarcus Walker, OL Nico Falah

There are only four more weeks of football for the San Francisco 49ers and the first of those games kicks off today against the Denver Broncos. The Broncos are caught in .500 hell and playing to maybe save coach Vance Joseph’s job while the 49ers having nothing but evaluations on players for the next year. This will be an afternoon game kicking off at 1:05 PM. The game will air on CBS and you can see who gets it by looking at our broadcast map. Andrew Catalon, and James Lofton will be calling the game.

The 49ers got stomped by the Seattle Seahawks in Week 13 to the tune of 43-16. The takeaways from the game involved over 400 yards passing for quarterback Nick Mullens and two touchdowns for wide receiver Dante Pettis. Beyond that, the 49ers allowed ridiculous numbers to the Seahawk special teams, running backs and pass game while the 49ers offense couldn’t finish a drive.

The Broncos on the other hand are trying to get out of .500 and play for Vance Joseph’s job. They hit a bad four-game losing streak with losses to the likes of the New York Jets but also against more superior teams such as the Kansas City Chiefs and Los Angeles Rams. They’ve managed to get some nice wins against tougher teams like the Los Angeles Chargers, but something seems definitely off with the offense. . They have a running back of the future in Phillip Lindsay, a UDFA that has shined, as well as wide receiver Courtland Sutton.

For Week 14, the Broncos will be without cornerbacks Tramaine Brock and Chris Harris Sr.,as well as linebacker Shaq Barrett. Linebacker Brandon Marshall has been limited all week and is now listed as questionable.

The 49ers meanwhile will be without running back Matt Breida, wide receiver Pierre Garcon and safety Jacquiski Tartt. Cornerback K’Waun Williams is questionable.


The PRCA National Finals Rodeo is always a big deal, but the 2018 edition marks the semi-retirement of one of the best cowboys in the sport. 23-time world champion Trevor Brazile is stepping back from the rodeo after this event, so it’s probably his last chance to go for No. 24.

Brazile finished in second place last year, losing out to his brother-in-law Tuf Cooper. This year will probably be his last year competing with NFR qualifying as the goal, so it’s also the last time we’ll see him on this stage.

Canadian Curtis Cassidy will also be a name to look out for. He finished sixth in the All-Around standings, so he’ll obviously seek to improve his status as well.

“I never want to count myself out, but with such a drastic change in the way I conduct my rodeo business, if I do ever make the Finals again it’ll be a bigger story than my retirement, because I’ll have gotten it done at just a handful of rodeos,” Brazile said, per “The good news is that this is my decision, and I’m not being forced out because I’m hurt or too old.”

Here’s how you can catch one of Brazile’s last ride — both the United States and abroad. comes with a $79.99 annual subscription with the promo code NFRDEAL20.

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Note: stream for this event is exclusively available in Canada and around the world. Viewers in the U.S. can watch live on CBS Sports Network and on-demand the following day at

National Finals Rodeo 2018

National Finals Rodeo 2018 Live Stream: How To Watch The 2018 Wrangler National Finals Rodeo Online.Live from Las Vegas, it’s the 2018 Wrangler National Finals Rodeo!ProRodeo’s richest and most prestigious rodeo will showcase the very best cowboys competing in events like bareback riding, steer wrestling, team roping (headers and heelers), and saddle bronc riding. 


For ten consecutive days contestants will compete to earn prize money. At the conclusion of the event, the world champions are determined by a combination of total season earnings and what they won during the NFR.

How can you find an NFR live stream? Can you watch the NFR on Hulu? Here’s everything you need to know!

The National Finals Rodeo takes place from December 6 to December 15. The next round will air tonight (December 7) at 10:00 p.m. ET on the CBS Sports Network. A full schedule can be found on CBS’ website, but the NFR will air nightly at 10:00 p.m. from now until December 15 on the CBS Sports Network.

The 2018 National Finals Rodeo is airing on the CBS Sports Network, which means depending on your cable provider, you may be able to live stream the event on the CBS Sports Network’s website. If you have an Optimum, Spectrum, or Verizon cable login, you’re all set. You can see if your cable provider offers the CBS Sports Network here.

Another live stream option is, but that’s only available for Canadian and international viewers. Fans in the United States can watch on-demand the following day by signing up for a monthly subscription ($9.99).

You can also find an NFR live stream/CBS Sports Network live stream if you’re a YouTube TVHulu with Live TVfuboTVDIRECTV NOW, or PlayStation Vue subscriber. These services offer the CBS Sports Network to subscribers.


Nope. Sadly, you can’t watch the 2018 National Finals Rodeo on Hulu.