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How to Stream NFL Games

 August 19, 2021

By  BC Editorial Team

Football season is right around the corner. With the proliferation of streaming platforms, many NFL fans have dropped their cable or satellite TV service in favor of streaming platforms. If you’ve cut the cord, you’re probably thinking about how to stream your favorite games.

No need to worry. You can catch your favorite games live without cable or satellite TV. Sometimes for free. Before you light up the grill, settle in for Sunday Night Football, or check the latest NFL MVP Winner betting odds, let’s get your streaming options sorted. Keep reading to learn all about how to stream NFL games without cable or satellite TV.

Watching In-Market Games for Free

Downloading the free Yahoo Sports mobile app is one of the best options for streaming NFL games live if you don’t have a cable or satellite TV subscription. Using the app won’t cost you anything, and you’ll get to watch in-market NFL games on Sunday afternoons, prime-time games such as Sunday Night Football, the playoffs, and even the Super Bowl.

Since it’s always more fun to watch football games with friends, Yahoo has a feature that lets you watch games live with up to three friends. The app is available for Android and iOS. There’s no screencasting option, so you’ll have to stream the games to your mobile device. You can also use the official NFL app to stream in-market NFL games.

Use An HD TV Antenna to Stream the NFL

If watching NFL games on a mobile device isn’t your cup of tea, using an HD TV antenna is an excellent alternative. HD antennas offer an excellent range, allowing you to watch local and in-market NFL games for free. You can count on your antenna to pick up games aired on local networks, including NBC, ABC, FOX, CBS, and more.

Pairing an HD TV antenna with a service such as Tablo or Channel Master will allow you to create your own streaming service. You can broadcast live or recorded games to your set-top box, computer, or mobile device — almost anywhere around the world. The cost will vary depending on which service you choose, but all local channels will be free.

Watch the NFL With Paid Streaming Services

For diehard NFL fans who don’t want to miss any of their favorite team’s games, paying for a streaming service is probably the most convenient way to stream NFL games. If watching the NFL is one of your favorite indoor activities, and you’re willing to shell out a few dollars every month, you’ll get access to world-class NFL streaming. Let’s take a look at some of the most popular services.

Hulu

Hulu + Live TV makes streaming the NFL from within the United States easy. The service includes every channel you need for streaming the NFL, including CBS, NBC, ESPN, and FOX. Plus, they recently added NFL Network Channel and sports add-on that includes the NFL RedZone.

YouTube TV

It’s hard to beat YouTube TV when it comes to streaming the NFL. YouTube TV includes all the channels you need to get your NFL fix, including CBS, NBC, ESPN, FOX, and the NFL Network Channel. If that’s not enough, you can add the NFL RedZone for an extra monthly fee.

FuboTV

FuboTV is another excellent option for streaming NFL games. With FuboTV, you can stream all games on CBS, NBC, FOX, and NFL Network. You can also add NFL RedZone for a monthly fee. The only games you’ll miss out on are Monday Night Football on ESPN.

Watch the NFL When and Where You Want

There are dozens of ways to watch your favorite NFL games without paying for a cable or satellite TV subscription. As football season approaches, be sure to choose your preferred method of watching the NFL so you don’t miss a single game.

BC Editorial Team


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