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Here's where to watch or stream New England Patriots vs. Los Angeles Chargers, NFL Divisional Round playoffs

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Here's where to watch or stream New England Patriots vs. Los Angeles Chargers, NFL Divisional Round playoffs

The New England Patriots host the Los Angeles Chargers in the Divisional Round of the NFL playoffs at 1 p.m. on Sunday, January 13 at Gillette Stadium. Here's NBC Sports Boston's coverage throughout the day, along with a list of where else you can catch the game. . . 

  • 10 a.m.: Opening Drive
    • with Jade McCarthy, Tom E. Curran, Albert Breer and Phil Perry
    • TV: NBC Sports Boston. STREAMING: NBCSportsBoston.com
       
  • 11 a.m.: McDonald's Pregame Live
    • with Michael Holley, Troy Brown, Jerod Mayo, Rob Ninkovich, Tom E. Curran, Phil Perry, Dr. Jesssica Flynn and DJ Bean
    • TV: NBC Sports Boston. STREAMING: NBCSportsBoston.com
       
  • 1 p.m.: Los Angeles Chargers at New England Patriots
    • TV: CBS. STREAMING: Game PassRADIO: 98.5 The Sports Hub
    • Live Stream: "Watch Now with fuboTV - Try free trial"
       
  • Halftime Live
  • At game's end: Twin River Casino and Hotel Postgame Live
    • with Michael Holley, Troy Brown, Rob Ninkovich, Albert Breer, Tom E. Curran, Phil Perry and DJ Bean
    • TV: NBC Sports Boston. STREAMING: NBCSportsBoston.com

HARD TRUTHS

Tom E. Curran's Hard Truths on the game, presented by Plymouth Rock Assurance:

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Quick Slants the Podcast: Falcons GM Thomas Dimitroff lauds Bill Belichick; A deep dive into the newly-released 2019 Patriots schedule

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Quick Slants the Podcast: Falcons GM Thomas Dimitroff lauds Bill Belichick; A deep dive into the newly-released 2019 Patriots schedule

1:24 - Tom E. Curran is joined by General Manager of the Atlanta Falcons Thomas Dimitroff, who talks about his impressions of Bill Belichick following the NFL meetings in March.

9:55 - Before letting him go, Tom gets Dimitroff's thoughts on the batch of receivers in the upcoming draft.

13:58 - Tom breaks down each and every matchup of the Patriots 2019 schedule, from their Week 1 opener vs. the Steelers, to their tough Week 5-through-9 stretch  (18:31), to an interesting December with games against the Texans and Chiefs (23:55).

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Prototypical Patriots: Athletes available if Belichick is looking for tackles

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Prototypical Patriots: Athletes available if Belichick is looking for tackles

Two of the Patriots' last seven first-round draft picks have been offensive tackles: Isaiah Wynn and Nate Solder.

And though tackle doesn't seem to be a pressing first-round need this year, there's no doubt that New England could look to beef up that position by going back to the well at some point in this year's draft.

The Patriots don't have an obvious candidate for their swing tackle spot at the moment. Plus, there could be shakeup coming up front in 2020. Joe Thuney will be a free agent, and if the Patriots want the flexibility to move Wynn to guard, then a tackle from this year's draft class would make sense. 

Based on past picks in the Belichick era, Phil Perry takes a look at some tackles who fit the Patriots' mold and could work in Foxboro this fall.

Click here for hsi list of Prototypical Patriots tackles in the 2019 Draft.>>>>

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