Not only does the NFL offer free live streaming of its games on mobile devices via the NFL and Yahoo! Sports apps, but all of the major live TV streaming services in the United States now carry all of the networks that broadcast NFL games.
The 2020 NFL season is the 101st season of the National Football League (NFL).
The regular season started with the NFL Kickoff Game on September 10, with defending Super Bowl LIV champion Kansas City defeating Houston.
The season is scheduled to conclude with Super Bowl LV, the league’s championship game at Raymond James Stadium in Tampa, Florida, on February 7, 2021.
This is the first season with a 14-team playoff format, adding a third wild card team for each conference and only awarding each conference’s top seed a first-round bye.
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Ways to Watch Any NFL Game Online
1. Amazon Prime
Thursday Night Football is an American institution, and this season, Thursday night games will not only air on TV but on Amazon Prime as well. If you’re an Amazon Prime member, you can stream the NFL online for free.
Amazon Prime will also carry the Christmas Day matchup between the Vikings and Saints on December 25th (even though it’s a Friday evening matchup).
Of course, the free NFL live stream is just one of the dozens of Amazon Prime benefits. A Prime membership gets you everything from free shipping to free Twitch streaming, plus thousands of hours of music and movie content via Amazon Music and Prime Video.
Amazon is currently offering a 30-day free trial to Amazon Primeso fans who can stream NFL games anywhere, anytime.
2. Google NFL Live Streams
This one may be obvious, but when all else fails, the best thing to do is just start Googling around to find results for streaming NFL games.
With enough sleuthing and patience, you’ll probably end up discovering something at least borderline watchable/questionably legal.
There are a handful of mostly dependable sites that aggregate links to illegal streams for pretty much any game you’d want to watch.
You could get bounced off at any moment, and there’s no telling what potentially harmful and intrusive software you may expose your computer to, so stream cautiously and at your own risk.
3. Stream NFL Games via YouTube
YouTube TV includes Fox, CBS, NBC, and ESPN, so all NFL games being shown in your local TV market can be accessed via the service. YouTube TV also recently added the NFL Network to its base channel lineup.
In addition, YouTube TV offers a new add-on sports package that allows access to NFL RedZone.
As long as you don’t care about stellar picture quality, you can usually find someone broadcasting games from in front of their TV via the live-streaming app, which you can watch from the comfort of your phone or tablet.
5. Stream NFL Games on Hulu
Services available on Hulu Plus Live TV include Fox, CBS, NBC, and ESPN, so all NFL games being shown in your local TV market can be accessed via the service. Hulu Plus Live TV does not include NFL Network.
6. Vidgo NFL Stream
Vidgo is one of the newer streaming options online, but it’s become a hit with both cord-cutters and sports fans alike. Vidgo’s core $40 deal gets you ESPN and the NFL Network, besides ABC and FOX.
You also get access to FOX Sports, ESPN 2, ESPN U, Big Ten Network, and beIN Sports for international matches (think live coverage of La Liga and Ligue 1 soccer).
Vidgo’s $50 deal tacks on NFL Red Zone and all the PAC 12 networks for college sports. Choose a subscription based on your terms –
Vidgo doesn’t require any long-term contracts or hidden fees, and you can cancel anytime. Watch with friends on up to three devices at once.
7. Yahoo! Sports App
According to Yahoo! Sports, its app offers “all local and prime-time regular games” for 2020-2021. NFL streams are only available via the smartphone or tablet app.
And a select few games will only work when you’re connected to a mobile internet connection (.e.g, no WiFi). Those games include:
- September 17, 2020 – Bengals vs. Browns
- September 24, 2020 – Dolphins vs. Jaguars
- October 1, 2020 – Broncos vs. Jets
- December 19, 2020: TBD x 2 games
- December 26, 2020: TBD x 2 games
lf you can download this app, you can stream NFL games for free. You may download and stream Yahoo! Sports outside the US with a VPN. You’ll need to change your Google Play Store country first.
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