Technology has evolved to a level where we don’t need to gather around one TV with cable to watch a game. Even with multiple cables in the same house, we are beyond them. Streaming services are the new superheroes of entertainment. You can watch the game anywhere, anytime.
Here’s a round-up of ways to watch NFL without cable.
Sling TV is a great option for live streaming the NFL game. And it is quite affordable as well! Depending on the channels you prioritise, your subscription prices will differ. This streaming platform offers NFL Network with the Blue plan. To access NFL, your best pick would be to get the Sling Orange + Blue plan.
Hulu with Live TV
Costing $65 per month, Hulu with Live TV has everything you need for NFL. It gives you access to all major local broadcasts including Fox, CBS, and NBC. This will furnish you with all games around your region with the exception of blackouts. You can also get NFL Redzone for an extra $10 in the Sports add-on packages.
Fubo TV is considered to be one of the most comprehensive streaming services for watching the NFL. The starter pack will cost around $65 per month. For an extra $11, you can get NFL Redzone with Sports plus. While the regional availability and blackout restrictions apply, you are offered Fox stations, CBS, and NBC.
Similar to the previous options, YouTube TV also costs $65 per month and offers a wide range of channels including CBS and Fox for NFL fans. Recently, they revealed their add-on at $11 for NFL Redzone. They also have ESPN and NFL Network in the base package itself. So, keep your snacks ready for Monday and Thursday Night Football games.
There are various equally popular options like Amazon Prime Video, Paramount Plus, Peacock Premium, Yahoo Sports App, etc. Apart from streaming services, you can also utilize an HDTV antenna for enjoying the game.