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How to Live Stream NFL Games Without Cable

Live Stream NFL Games

Football strikes a deep chord with every passionate fan. When NFL games are spoken of, the vantage point used is that they are broadcast on NBC on Sunday nights. The broadcast is presumed to continue on ESPN on Monday nights. Other windows for broadcasting NFL games on Sunday afternoons are CBS and Fox. A couple of years ago, NFL games couldn’t be watched without a proper cable subscription. Things are no longer the same. The so-called narrow window of platforms has broadened today and cord cutters can watch the most powerful and popular sport league- NFL online. There is no need to illegally record NFL games. Here is a brief note on how to live stream NFL games without cable:

  • Antenna

If you are looking to watch NFL games by spending as little as $15, over-the-air TV antennas are the perfect lodestars.  By and large, cheap indoor antennas cost you around $15 while expensive and sleeker designs from Mohu and Winegard can cost you anywhere beyond $60. Admittedly, the signal quality will be strong and can be compared to that of a set-top box signal. Sometimes, powerful antennas create the experiential illusion of providing superior quality signals by minimizing the intensity of compressions. An analog-to-digital conversion box should be ideally woven into this context if your TV was manufactured in 2009. Otherwise, a co-axial input should suffice. To extend DVR functionalities to your over-the-air antenna, you require additional hardware. There is so much of football which cannot be missed. If you are looking to watch for free and in High Definition, go get an antenna.

  • PlatStationVue

Sony continues to wave magic wands and confer valuable TV streaming services which include ESPN, NBC, CBS and Fox. Not so long ago, Sony annexed NFL RedZone and NFL Networks. The temptation to mention a point or two on its popular subscription plans- Core and Elite is consuming. Core costs you $34.99 per month while Elite costs you $44.99 per month. There is another plan called Access which costs you $29.99 per month. By opting for this plan, you can watch all the basic network games. To satiate their penchant for NFL RedZone, Core and Elite subscribers should shell out $39.99.

  • Sling TV

Diehard fans demand exhaustive coverage and should rightly do so. ESPN and NFL Network are the ideal go-to avenues. A few years ago, these two avenues could be accessed only through cables. Today, you can access them through a few Sling TV packages. Sling Orange package costs you around $20. By availing the features of Sling Orange package, you can watch NFL games on ESPN, Fox and NBC. Sling Blue package costs you $25 per month. By availing the features of Sling Blue package, you can watch NFL games on ESPN, Fox, NBC and NFL Network’s Thursday night games. With additional $5 per month, Sling Blue customers can watch NFL RedZone’s Sunday games. However, you cannot watch American Football Conference (AFC) games on Sling TV. CBS broadcasts AFC games and CBS cannot be streamed online on Sling TV due to certain licensing restrictions.

  • Twitter

To rise above the din and clamor of social networking sites, Twitter has started streaming live NFL games for zilch. Ideally, you should be able to watch live NFL games via Twitter on any internet connected device. Please be informed that only 10 games would be streamed and hence, Twitter is not the ideal go-to platform to watch your favorite NFL matches. Don’t worry, there are many viable alternatives.

  • Verizon Wireless

Ever thought of streaming NFL games by using NFL’s mobile app? If you haven’t thought of it, just think about it now. Verizon wireless facilitates you to stream NFL games by using NFL’s mobile app. It is one of the cheapest options. However, devil lies in the details- By using Verizon wireless, NFL games can be streamed on mobile devices and tablets only. By using Verizon wireless, you cannot stream them to your TV. This is an intoxicatingly enticing option as you can do away with $100 or more per month on cable.

If you have any concerns, feel free to drop a line or two in the comments section. Keep watching this space for insights on NFL live streaming. Cheers!

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