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How to watch Lions vs. Browns: Game time, TV schedule, online streaming, more

Here’s how to catch the Detroit Lions’ Week 10 game against the Browns.

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It’s Sunday and we finally have our Detroit Lions back at the 1 p.m. ET spot after three weeks off of it. The team is back where they belong and their season is back on track after a big Monday night win over the Green Bay Packers in Week 9.

Though the Lions are just 4-4 and are still on the outside of the playoff picture, a win against the Cleveland Browns, along with a little help from Washington and other teams, could propel this team up the standings and within striking distance of the NFC North lead.

With star left tackle Taylor Decker back on the roster, the Lions are lining themselves up for a playoff push for the final two months of the season. But first, they need to take care of business on their home turf in Week 10.

The Browns, on the other hand, are just searching for that first win of the season. They’ve come close on several occasions, losing four games by just three points this year, including an overtime loss to the Titans. Coming off their bye week, there’s some hope that a relatively healthy roster and a full two weeks of game-planning can finally get the team in the win column, but it won’t come easy this week.

Here’s all the information you need to know about Sunday’s:

Lions vs. Browns gameday info:

Game time:1 p.m ET on Sunday, November 12, 2017
Location: Ford Field—Detroit, MI
TV channel: CBS
Announcers: Spero Dedes, Adam Archuleta
Week 10 TV coverage map: Click here
Online streaming: NFL Sunday Ticket; Catch live audio and post-game replays on NFL Game Pass
Local radio: Find your affiliate (Dan Miller, Jim Brandstatter)
Odds: Lions by 11
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