With football season in full swing, you are no doubt looking for your ticket to full access to all the games. If you don’t have a cable provider this can be a problem as all the games aren’t available on regular TV.
With a little know-how, you can live stream the NFL games right to your computer or mobile device, making sure you don’t miss a minute of the action. You’ll be able to cheer your favorite teams to victory by live streaming all of their games for the ultimate in sports viewing.
New for 2016, is Twitter’s entry into the NFL live streaming arena. While you won’t be able to watch every game on Twitter, you’ll get a good portion of them as they offer 10 of the 16 Thursday night games through live streaming on its site. Click here to check out the list of NFL games that can be seen on Twitter, as first noted by CNET.
Just access Twitter’s NFL page and you’ll be able to walk through the steps to start viewing. You don’t need a Twitter account to view the live streaming of the game so anyone can get in on the opportunity to watch these football games, making it the perfect chance to watch some of your favorite teams on the field.
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You’ll need a subscription to Sling TV to get access to all the games, but it’s affordable and you can sign up just for the season. You will need to get both the Orange and Blue plans to make this work in your favor as games are played on stations offered in both packages. At $40 a month it may be cheaper than subscribing to cable and with its seven-day free trial, you’ll be able to see if Sling TV is right for you.
Games will be played on Sling TV’s Fox, NBC, ESPN and NFL Network. The only thing you will be missing is games that are played on CBS as Sling TV doesn’t offer this channel, but you will get the majority of games through this streaming service.
Sling TV is offered through Roku and is available as an App for most mobile devices, making it pretty easy to access no matter where you are.
As an added option you can add the NFL RedZone to your Sling TV service. RedZone hops between all the live games that are airing, giving you coverage of everything football going on at the moment. This an extra $5 a month so you’ll have to decide if you want this type of NFL coverage when you sign up.
If you have a PlayStation, you have an additional option to live stream NFL games. With PlayStation Vue, you can watch the games that are being played on ESPN, NBC, Fox, and CBS. You will have some limitations with this service based on the regional availability but you will get most of the action delivered straight to your PlayStation.
PlayStation Vue, like Sling TV, offers the NFL Network and NFL RedZone, which are both new this season. RedZone costs $40 and the NFL Network is included with your Core and Elite PlayStation Vue plans.
Try the seven-day trial that PlayStation Vue offers before you commit to this service to see if it is what you are looking for.
Also requiring a subscription, but a good option for streaming live coverage of the NFL games this season is DirecTV’s streaming service. You can get the NFL Sunday Ticket for $49.99 a month and watch all the games without any limitations or restrictions.
You can only access the service if DirecTV is not offered in your viewing area as they want you to sign up for DirecTV as your cable provider if it is. If you are one of the lucky ones that can access the streaming service, you can view it on a computer or mobile device, making it pretty convenient.
DirecTV also offers the NFL RedZone channel as well as its exclusive Fantasy Zone channel and the option to watch out of market games with a bump up in service at $74.99 a month. This is the best way to ensure you see every NFL game offered whether it is in your market or not.
While this may be an investment to watch the NFL season, you will have unrestricted access to all the games with additional coverage and highlights, but again only if you don’t have DirecTV offered in your area as a cable provider.
With these options, you will be sure to watch every second of the NFL football season by live streaming to your TV, computer, or mobile device. Make sure the service you choose is in line with what you expect to see and take advantage of the free trials where applicable. By live streaming, you’ll be able to get in on the action without ties to a cable provider, making it easier than ever to watch the NFL games this season.