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How to Watch Jacksonville Jaguars vs. Washington Commanders Week 1 Game Live Online on September 11, 2022: Streaming/TV Channels

Jason Gurwin

On Sunday, September 11, 2022 at 1:00 PM EDT, the Washington Commanders face the Jacksonville Jaguars from FedExField in Landover, MA. The game is airing exclusively on Fox, which you can stream with a Live TV Streaming Service.

Washington Commanders vs. Jacksonville Jaguars

The Washington Commanders vs. Jacksonville Jaguars game will be streaming on Fox, which is available with a Subscription to Sling TV (50% OFF). You can also stream Fox on fuboTV, Sling TV, Hulu Live TV, and YouTube TV.

Can you stream Washington Commanders vs. Jacksonville Jaguars on DIRECTV STREAM?

You can watch the Washington Commanders vs. Jacksonville Jaguars game on Fox with a 5-Day Free Trial of DIRECTV STREAM + $20 OFF your First 2 Months. You will also be able to stream CBS and ESPN.

Can you stream Washington Commanders vs. Jacksonville Jaguars on fuboTV?

You can watch the Washington Commanders vs. Jacksonville Jaguars game on Fox with a 7-Day Free Trial of fuboTV. You will also be able to stream CBS and ESPN.

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You can watch the Washington Commanders vs. Jacksonville Jaguars game on Fox with Sling TV. You can get 50% OFF your First Month for a limited time.

Fox is available in Austin, Los Angeles, Minneapolis, New York, Orlando, Philadelphia, Phoenix, San Francisco, Tampa, Washington, D.C., Charlotte, Chicago, Dallas, Detroit, Gainesville, Atlanta, and Houston markets.

You will also be able to stream ESPN.

Can you stream Washington Commanders vs. Jacksonville Jaguars on Hulu Live TV?

You can watch the Washington Commanders vs. Jacksonville Jaguars game on Fox with a subscription to Hulu + Live TV, which has $20 OFF your First 3 Months. You can also add NFL RedZone for just $10, with their new Sports Add-On. You will also be able to stream CBS and ESPN.

Can you stream Washington Commanders vs. Jacksonville Jaguars on YouTube TV?

You can watch the Washington Commanders vs. Jacksonville Jaguars game on Fox with YouTube TV. You will also be able to stream CBS and ESPN.

Can You Stream Washington Commanders vs. Jacksonville Jaguars on NFL Sunday Ticket Online?

If they are not airing the Washington Commanders vs. Jacksonville Jaguars game in your local market, you may be able to stream the game with NFL Sunday Ticket.

If you live in an apartment or dorm, you can stream NFL Sunday Ticket starting at $300 for the entire season. However, if you are a student or a recent graduate, you can save on the NFL out-of-market streaming service.

Students can get NFL Sunday Ticket Online for $120, while recent graduates can get it for just $200.

Can You Stream Washington Commanders vs. Jacksonville Jaguars on NFL+?

If the Washington Commanders vs. Jacksonville Jaguars game is airing in your local market, you can watch or listen to the game live on your mobile device or tablet with a 7-Day Free Trial of NFL+ ($4.99 a month). You won’t be able to AirPlay or Cast it to your TV.

If you upgrade to NFL+ Premium ($9.99/mo.), you can watch the game on-demand ad-free on connected TV devices, immediately after it ends.

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Jacksonville Jaguars vs. Washington Commanders Game Preview: Jaguars-Commanders is an Eagles reunion for Wentz, Pederson

LANDOVER, Md. (AP) — Carson Wentz and Doug Pederson meet again Sunday when the Washington Commanders host the Jacksonville Jaguars in the start of a new era for each franchise.

Washington is playing its first game as the Commanders and with Wentz as starting quarterback after cycling through eight players at that position the previous three years, and coach Ron Rivera is banking on Wentz to get the team back to the playoffs.

Pederson is coaching his first game with the Jaguars, tasked with turning around the lowly NFL franchise after an ill-fated season with Urban Meyer in charge.

Less than two years removed from their time together with Philadelphia, which included winning the Super Bowl in the 2017 season after the QB tore the ACL in his left knee in December, Wentz and Pederson stand in each other’s way of getting his latest job off to a winning start.

“It’s going to be fun to watch him play,” Pederson said. “He’s on the other side, and we want to win, but he’s a competitor. He’s going to do everything in his power to win that football game as well, and I’m looking forward to competing against him.”

In a cruel twist of schedule-making, Wentz is facing the Jaguars again after losing to them in the season finale with Indianapolis last season, when he turned the ball over twice and the Colts blew their chance to make the playoffs. After owner Jim Irsay questioned whether acquiring Wentz was a mistake in the first place, the Colts traded him to Washington — his third team in as many seasons.

Wentz brushed it off as “a fun story” for others, but said it’s just Week 1 or him.

“It’s another football game,” Wentz said. “Last year was last year. It was a different team. I was with a different team. They were coached by a different coach. A lot of new things, so for me, this is an entirely new script that we’re starting off and hopefully starting the right way.”

The Commanders have legitimate playoff expectations in Rivera’s third season as coach and head of football operations, especially because they have what looks for now to be a weak schedule. But that’s obviously predicated on winning games against teams like Jacksonville and Week 2 opponent Detroit, even though everyone expects the Jaguars to improve under Pederson.

“They’re going to be coached differently,” Rivera said. “Their outlook and their approach will be different they’ll be doing like we did a couple years ago and that’s trying to get away from who they’ve been. Doug will do his best to get those guys headed in the right direction.”

There’s not much direction to go but up after finishing last in the NFL each of the past two seasons, including a 2-11 record under Meyer last year before he was fired. One of the rewards for being in the league basement was the chance to select quarterback Trevor Lawrence and pass rusher Travon Walker with the top picks in the past two drafts.

Pederson can now try to coach up Lawrence like he did Wentz, though the situation is different. He coached the Eagles when they picked Wentz second in 2016 and got to mold him from the start and is taking over Lawrence’s learning curve later in the process.

“Although we’ve seen tremendous growth in Trevor, Year 2 for Carson with us, there was another step, another leap there,” Pederson said. “Those are things we’re trying to get Trevor to: that level with Trevor in our system. And you’re going to see it probably throughout the course of the season, but I think time will tell with him.”

Time will also tell on Jaguars running back James Robinson, who’s coming back after tearing his left Achilles tendon late last season.

NEW IDENTITY

Washington rebranded as the Commanders in February after dropping the Redskins name in the summer of 2020. The organization was known as the Washington Football Team the past two seasons during the transition.

“It’s cool to be involved in something new,” Wentz said. “We look forward to going out there with a new sense of a mission, so to speak, and a new purpose.”

JAGUARS SKIDS

Jacksonville will try to end two lengthy losing streaks in the opener. The Jaguars have dropped 17 consecutive road games, tied for the ninth-longest skid away from home since the AFL-NFL merger, and have lost an NFL-record 16 in a row against NFC teams.

The NFL-record skid involves two head coaches — Doug Marrone and Meyer — and seven starting quarterbacks. Lawrence went 0-5 against the NFC as a rookie last season. Gardner Minshew (0-4), Blake Bortles (0-2), Mike Glennon (0-2), Nick Foles (0-1), Jake Luton (0-1) and Cody Kessler (0-1) also contributed to the streak.

Jacksonville’s last win against the NFC came at the New York Giants in the 2018 season opener.

GIBSON RUNS ON WITHOUT ROBINSON

Rookie Brian Robinson Jr. was expected to be Washington’s starting running back before he was shot twice in the right leg during an attempted robbery Aug. 28. The combination of his strong training camp and preseason and incumbent Antonio Gibson’s fumbling woes continuing contributed to that outlook.

With Robinson out at least the first four games, it’s Gibson’s job again, and Rivera said the Commanders trust him and are “going to give him the ball.”

“I’ll get back to playing football and having fun,” Gibson said. “I still feel like I’m one of the best running backs in the league and I’ve got something to prove.”

SCHERFF RETURNS

Five-time Pro Bowl guard Brandon Scherff says it’s “going to be really weird” to return to the place where he spent the first seven years of his NFL career.

Scherff signed a three-year, $49.5 million contract to join Jacksonville in free agency, leaving behind a place he called home for nearly a quarter of his life.

“Had a lot of fun, a lot of memories, but it’s going to be different,” he said.

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