Are you ready for stream NFL games some football? You can be…even without a cable TV subscription. Below, find my extensive NFL live stream guide. From how to watch  NFL online to using an antenna, you’ll learn about all the legal options available. Year in and year out, Monday Night Football is consistently cable’s most watched series. And although it’s aired by ESPN, the good news is that you no longer need cable to watch it. Thanks to Sling TV, you can now watch Monday Night Football online, each and every week, no cable subscription required. stream NFL games live you’ll also get the NFL analysis you crave from ESPN — pre and post- game analysis, NFL Live, NFL Insiders, and more.


Sling TV is a new streaming service backed by Dish Network that allows you to stream a package of about 20 popular cable channels over the internet through your phone, tablet, computer, or TV (using a streaming player). The basic package includes an ESPN live stream, ESPN2, TNT, TBS, AMC, HGTV, CNN, Disney, and more — all for only $20 per month. The  best part? No contract. You can try it for free now for 7 days. Want to get your NFL live stream on your TV? Then I recommend you take advantage of Sling TV’s limited-time deal that allows you to get a Roku 3 streaming player for half off or a Roku 2 for free when you pre-pay 3 months of Sling. It essentially pays for itself in the long run, and it will carry you through the majority of the NFL season. Would you rather get the NFL live stream on your mobile device? While many mobile devices support this streaming service, only T-Mobile customers get an incredible 30% savings — as a T-Mobile customer, all you have to pay is $14/month. This savings can be used for a whole year, and can be cancelled at any time. This is a great deal for NFL fans, especially since you’ll never be charged data overage fees thanks to T-Mobile’s Binge On feature. Sign into your T-Mobile account now to see whether your  qualify.


Absolutely. The NFL currently has contracts with NBC, CBS, and FOX, all of which are network TV stations that are available for free with an antenna. I recommend the Mohu Leaf 50. It’s ultra-thin, so it looks great, and has up to a 50-mile range for great reception. It’s what I use and seems to work best overall for my readers. As far as TV scheduling is concerned, regional afternoon games, which air around 1 p.m. and 4 p.m (ET), are divided between CBS and FOX. CBS has the AFC package, and FOX has the NFC package. Which games you see will depend on the region in which you live. You will get to see your local favorites, as well as others. Check local listings for region-specific information.