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Buccaneers vs 49ers live stream football free NFL week1. How to watch today 49ers vs Buccaneers football games live streaming online today on pc or smart prone. San Francisco and Tampa Bay will face off at 4:25 p.m. ET Sept. 8 at Raymond James Stadium to kick off their 2019 seasons. Coming off of an uninspired 4-12 last-season record, San Francisco has set their aspirations higher this season. Likewise, last year was nothing to brag about for Tampa Bay (5-11), so the squad is looking forward to a new start.

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A couple last-season defensive stats to keep in the back of your head while watching: The 49ers ranked second worst with respect to passing touchdowns allowed last year, where the team gave up 35. Tampa Bay ranked worst with respect to touchdowns allowed last season, where the team gave up 53. It’s possible one of these Achilles’ heels will wind up tripping the losing team up.

The point spread is more or less neutral, so fans should expect a close contest. We’ll see if the game is as close as the oddsmakers expect, or if one of these teams has a surprise blowout in them.

How To Watch 49ers vs Buccaneers Live
When: Sunday at 4:25 p.m. ET
Where: Raymond James Stadium, Florida
Online streaming: fuboTV (Try for free)
Follow: CBS Sports App
Ticket Cost: $89.00
The Buccaneers are a slight 1 point favorite against the 49ers.

Vegas was right in line with the betting community on this one, as the game opened as a 1 point spread, and stayed right there.

Over/Under: 51

Series History
Tampa Bay have won both of the games they’ve played against San Francisco in the last five years.

Nov 25, 2018 – Tampa Bay 27 vs. San Francisco 9
Oct 23, 2016 – San Francisco 17 vs. Tampa Bay 34

It’s finally here! The 2019 season is upon us and the Buccaneers are opening at home against the San Francisco 49ers. The last time the two teams met was Week 12 of last year when the Niners came to town. The Bucs won the game handedly, with a final score of 27-9. Outside linebacker Carl Nassib recorded a sack and forced fumble in the game while quarterback Jameis Winston went 29-of-38 passing for 312 yards and two touchdowns through the air.

This game will be a little bit different given who is calling the shots for the Buccaneers. It will be the first look at the Bucs brand new system on both sides of the ball under Head Coach Bruce Arians. The new coach has brought in two new coordinators in Offensive Coordinator Byron Leftwich and Defensive Coordinator Todd Bowles, both of whom spoke about being prepared for Sunday.

“I’m pretty sure I’ll feel the same way I’ve felt in the past,” Leftwich, who played quarterback in the league for nine years, said. “The great thing is I’ve been in these types of situations before as a player. They don’t get to tackle – they don’t actually hit me now. You just really focus in, just always constantly thinking about how to put your guys in a position to make plays – just making sure we’re practicing, doing the things we need to practice and just trying to rev the guys up, making sure we’re ready to play on Sunday. That’s really my only thought process as of right now.”

“We’ll be ready on Sunday,” Bowles added, switching gears to the preparedness of his players. “Right now, you try to do all the little things to make sure we’re prepared – make sure that the guys are playing together, they can communicate and try to be as ready as you can for the first one.”

You can be ready to watch the game even if you can’t make it to Raymond James Stadium. The game will be available on FOX as well as a live stream that can be accessed through Yahoo Sports and the Buccaneers Official App. See below for details.