But first, the team will unveil their sixth championship banner in honor of their victory over the Los Angeles Rams in Super Bowl LIII.
After that, we’ll find out if Josh Gordon winds up catching passing from Tom Brady. Meanwhile, all eyes will be on the situation with Antonio Brown.
It’ll be a crazy start to the season for the Patriots, here’s how to catch the game at its primetime start on TV, streaming online or on a mobile device.
How to watch the Super Bowl Banner Ceremony
Before Sunday night’s kickoff, the Patriots will unveil banner No. 6 at Gillette Stadium. Here’s the info specifically to watch that.
Start time: Approx. 8:00 p.m. EST
Live stream: The ceremony will be available to watch for free online via Patriots.com.
TV: NBC will carry the game Sunday night and will show parts of the ceremonies during pregame coverage.
Patriots vs. Steelers – Sunday Night Football
Date/Start time: Sunday, Sept. 8 | 8:30 p.m. EST at Gillette Stadium
Live stream: fuboTV | Hulu + Live | Sling | NBC Sports Live – All these services will carry Sunday Night Football broadcasts from NBC all season. NBC Sports’ live stream service requires a cable subscription while the other services have their own subscriptions (and free trials).
TV: NBC – The game is the first true “Sunday Night Football” broadcast of the year after NBC technically aired Thursday’s Bears-Packers game under the program banner.
Radio: Westwood One (national) | 98.5 The Sports Hub (local) | Full list of radio affiliates
Spread: Bears -3
Over/under odds: 46.5 points