Minnesota Vikings vs Detroit Lions: How to watch live or stream online


How can you watch the Minnesota Vikings take on the Detroit Lions live during their week 9 NFL matchup on your tv or through an online stream?

The Minnesota Vikings need to bounce back after back-to-back losses. In the last two weeks, they have lost to the Philadelphia Eagles and Chicago Bears, putting the team in a tailspin and making the season look like much more of a challenge than before.

For the Vikings, they will turn their focus to week 9, where they will take on the Detroit Lions. Detroit has been a hit-or-miss team to this point, but have been spreading the ball around more than ever on offense.

This should be a great challenge for the Minnesota Vikings, but will it be a great time for the fans? They’ll need to either tune in to watch the game or listen on the radio. Here are the ways to do just that:

  • Game: Minnesota Vikings vs Detroit Lions
  • Location: U.S. Bank Stadium in Minneapolis, Minnesota
  • Date: November 6, 2016
  • Time: 12:00 pm CT
  • Weather: No major impact / indoors
  • Officiating crew according to Football Zebras: Head official Ed Hochuli, umpire Clay Martin, head linesman Greg Bradley, line judge Rusty Baynes, field judge Dale Shaw, side judge Alex Kemp, and back judge Scott Helverson

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Places to watch the Game LIVE

  • National broadcast: -none-
  • Local broadcast: FOX
  • Minneapolis broadcast: KMSP-DT9 or WFTC
  • Online By Subscription: NFL Sunday Ticket
  • Canadian broadcast: -no info-
  • UK broadcast: -no broadcast-
  • American Forces Network: AFN Sports

Broadcast information:

  • ESPN Announcers: Kenny Albert & Daryl Johnston
  • Local Broadcast coverage map: 506 Sports
  • Radio Info: Sirius 83/XM 226 or Sirius Online 818, Vikings Radio Network, KFAN-FM 100.3/KTLK-AM 1130

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Don’t miss the Minnesota Vikings taking on the Detroit Lions. The week 9 matchup could have major implications on both the NFC North race as well as possible playoff scenarios, and Minnesota can’t afford to drop their third game in a row.