Sunday Night Football Tonight: Chiefs vs. Ravens channel, live stream, start time, more

Who plays Sunday Night Football in Week 2 tonight? Here's the channel and live streams for Sunday Night Football featuring Chiefs vs. Ravens.

Who faces off in Sunday Night Football tonight? Week 2 features a showdown between two AFC heavyweights as the Kansas City Chiefs take on the Baltimore Ravens. What channel is Sunday Night Football on? Check below for more live stream and broadcasting information, as well as a preview for a thrilling Sunday Night Football matchup.

Sunday Night Football channel, live stream | Chiefs at Ravens

  • Start time: 8:15 PM ET
  • TV channel: NBC
  • Live streams:
    • NBC Sports App
    • Hulu Live TV
    • FuboTV
    • YouTubeTV
    • Locast (select markets)
    • AT&T TV
    • NFL Game Pass

Expectations for Kansas City vs. Baltimore on Sunday Night Football?

Two AFC juggernauts meet in primetime.

Injury woes continue for the Ravens

The Ravens continue to lose players to injury as the days go by. Cornerback Chris Westry will reportedly miss a month at minimum after suffering from a torn lateral meniscus. Additionally, left tackle Ronnie Stanley was ruled out with an ankle injury.

The Chiefs created some pressure and forced turnovers in their Week 1 come-from-behind victory over the Cleveland Browns. With so many missing starters in the running game and offensive line, will Baltimore be able to create enough time for quarterback Lamar Jackson in Sunday Night Football tonight?

Moving Alejandro Villanueva to protect Jackson’s blindside seems a bit sketchy after Villanueva’s struggles in Week 1. However, Ravens offensive coordinator Greg Roman gave the veteran tackle his vote of confidence. Either way, both offense and defense will need to play mistake-free football if the Ravens hope to grab a victory in their 2021 home opener.

Kansas City looks for its fifth straight victory over Baltimore

Let’s talk about that come-from-behind win for the Chiefs. Heading into halftime in Week 1, Kansas City was facing a 22-10 deficit. Not that we haven’t seen this before from QB Patrick Mahomes and Co., but the Browns looked like they were on a roll. Not to be outdone, the Chiefs scored a narrow but decisive victory.

There is no reason Kansas City should go down in this game unless Baltimore receives the kickoff and scores immediately. Mahomes should have no problems picking apart a depleted Ravens secondary on Sunday Night Football tonight. CB Marlon Humphrey is still a guy to watch out for, but he can only cover so much of the field.

The Ravens promoted RB Devonta Freeman to the roster, but without Stanley, expect to see that Week 1 second-half defense from the Chiefs. Kansas City advances to 2-0 and should have no problem covering a -3.5 spread.

Sunday Night Football Schedule: September

  • Chicago Bears at Los Angeles Rams – September 12
    • Final: Bears 14, Rams 34
  • Kansas City Chiefs at Baltimore Ravens – September 19
  • Green Bay Packers at San Francisco 49ers – September 26

October

  • Tampa Bay Buccaneers at New England Patriots – October 3
  • Buffalo Bills at Kansas City Chiefs – October 10
  • Seattle Seahawks at Pittsburgh Steelers – October 17
  • Indianapolis Colts at San Francisco 49ers – October 24
  • Dallas Cowboys at Minnesota Vikings – October 31

November

  • Tennessee Titans at Los Angeles Rams – November 7
  • Kansas City Chiefs at Las Vegas Raiders – November 14
  • Pittsburgh Steelers at Los Angeles Chargers – November 21
  • Cleveland Browns at Baltimore Ravens – November 28

December

  • San Francisco 49ers at Seattle Seahawks – December 5
  • Chicago Bears at Green Bay Packers – December 12
  • New Orleans Saints at Tampa Bay Buccaneers – December 19
  • Washington Football Team at Dallas Cowboys – December 26

January

  • Minnesota Vikings at Green Bay Packers – January 2
  • Week 18 TBD – January 9

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