It’s Week 2 in the 2023 NFL season and this Sunday has a jam-packed slate of football games, including the Kansas City Chiefs at Jacksonville Jaguars game. Patrick Mahomes and the Chiefs will be looking to avoid 0-2 start as they head out on the road to visit the Jaguars in a playoff rematch. The Chiefs vs. Jaguars game will air on CBS today at 1 p.m. ET. Ready to tune into the Kansas City vs. Jacksonville showdown? Here’s how to watch the game this afternoon, plus our recommendations for the best ways to watch every NFL game this year, from now until Super Bowl LVIII.
How to watch the Chiefs vs. Jaguars game:
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Date: Sunday, September 17
Time: 1 p.m. ET
Game: Kansas City Chiefs vs. Jacksonville Jaguars
TV Channel: CBS
What channel is the Chiefs vs. Jaguars game on?
Sunday afternoon’s Chiefs vs. Jaguars game will air on CBS. So you should be able to just turn on your TV and tune into the game on CBS. If you don’t have access to live TV or CBS, here’s what we recommend to watch the Chiefs vs. Jaguars game this Sunday:
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Where to stream the Chiefs vs. Jaguars game?
Paramount+ has two tiers available: a $6/month ad-supported tier and a $12 premium tier that’s ad-free and includes Showtime and live access to your local CBS channel. In addition to NFL games on BCS, Paramount+ offers a host of other live sports, hit shows and new and classic movies. Unlike a lot of other streaming services these days, Paramount+ still offers a one-week free trial — so new subscribers can sign up to watch this week’s NFL games on CBS and check out the rest of the Paramount+ library totally free for seven days.
Plus, just in time for football season, you can get half-off an annual Paramount+ plan when you pay for the full year up front. That’s just $2.50 per month for the Essential tier or $5 per month for Paramount+ with SHOWTIME!
$3 at Paramount+
Best way to watch the full NFL season in 2023:
For $70 per month, Hulu’s live TV bundle (with ads) will get you access to NBC, Fox, CBS and ESPN and access to ESPN+. Plus, for NCAA college football fans, you’ll also get ESPNU, Fox, FS1, CBSN, NBC, ACCN, Big Ten Network and SECN. Basically, almost every channel you may need to watch NFL and NCAA football games in 2023. The only NFL game you’ll miss is Thursday Night Football over on Amazon Prime Video (which you may already have access to, anyway!).
Plus, this bundle gets you a subscription to Disney+ and, of course, access to Hulu’s general content library. Hulu’s live TV plans also include unlimited DVR storage, a hardware-free set-up process and easy online cancellation. Currently Hulu does not offer a free trial for its live TV plan.
$70 at Hulu
Fubo TV gives you access to NBC, ESPN, Fox, CBS, ABC and NFL Network, basically almost every channel you need to watch the 2023 NFL season. The only games you’ll miss with this service are those blacked out due to regional restrictions, regular Thursday Night Football games on Amazon Prime Video and the few NFL games of the season scheduled to stream exclusively on ESPN+. You’ll also get access to ACCN, SECN, Pac-12 and Big Ten Network for catching NCAA college football games, plus 100+ more live channels. Fubo subscribers also get 1000 hours of cloud DVR storage. The platform offers a 7-day free trial period.
$75 at Fubo
A basic $6.99 per month (or $40 annually) NFL+ subscription will get you live local and primetime regular and post-season NFL games exclusively on your phone or tablet, plus live audio for every game of the season across supported devices and access to NFL Network, which will air eight live games in the 2023 season. NFL+ Premium, while a little pricier at $14.99 per month (or $80 annually) also includes access to NFL RedZone, plus full and condensed replays of every game across supported devices. NFL+ also offers a 7-day free trial.
Audrey Schroeder is a writer, editor, and journalist who has written for the New York Times and The Washington Post. She's also an avid sports fan and has been featured in Sports Illustrated and ESPN. She loves to read about science, technology, and health issues. She loves to travel both domestically and internationally, especially when she can experience new cultures and people.