The NFL features a pair of northeast rivalries, but the week’s most intriguing game may take place on the West Coast.
Not long ago, it appeared that Tom Brady and the Tampa Bay Buccaneers would miss the playoffs. But a pair of last-second victories have vaulted the Bucs to the top of the NFC South, and with the Falcons off this week, the Bucs’ game against the 49ers could be an opportunity to increase their lead.
San Francisco, on the other hand, is no pushover. This season, the squad leads the NFC West and is 5-1 at home. It has the potential to provide some excitement to the late-Sunday showdown.
How to watch NFL Live Free:
Viewers around the world can watch the action live on the following channels and here for free:
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A decent HD antenna is the most excellent way to view free network TV on a large screen. And, because many NFL games are carried on broadcast networks, you’ll be able to watch even if you don’t have a cable membership. Test the antenna in several areas across your home to guarantee you’re getting the most dependable signal.
Can I watch NFL games online without a cable subscription?
Yes, there are several ways to accomplish this.
NBC’s streaming service will allow you to watch a variety of games, including all Sunday night matchups. A seven-day free trial is available, followed by a $5 or $10 monthly subscription. (Live sports are not available in the free edition of Peacock.)
CBS’s streaming service will allow users to watch games that have already aired on the network. A one-week free trial is available, followed by a $5 or $10 monthly payment.
The Disney+, Hulu, and ESPN+ bundle no longer offers a free trial, so you’ll have to pay $13.99 per month for all three (or $19.99 per month for no commercials on Hulu). Including Live TV in the bundle raises the monthly cost to $70 ($76 without advertising).
Live TV on Hulu
This service’s free trial is also no longer available. It will set you back $70 per month.
After a two-week trial period, expect monthly charges of $65.
Sling TV from Dish Network just raised its rates. The lowest-tiered “Orange” package is now $40 per month. Adding the more extensive “Blue” plan raises the monthly cost to $55. (A $5 increase per month for each.) The seven-day free trial is no longer available, but the cord-cutting service offers 50% off the first month’s payment.
Previously known as DirecTV Now, AT&T TVNow, and AT&T TV, this frequently changed streaming service will cost you $70 per month and up after the free trial period.
In most locations, this sports-focused cord-cutting service includes broadcast networks. There is a seven-day free trial period, followed by monthly prices ranging from $70 to $100, depending on your select channels.
Is it possible to watch NFL games on Amazon?
Not the weekend contests. Amazon will be the exclusive home of Thursday Night Football for the next 11 years, and weekend games will no longer be streamed. The San Francisco 49ers will face the Seattle Seahawks in their next game on December 15.
Is there a watching package available from the NFL to see the games I want?
Yes, it does. In reality, there are three.
NFL Mobile App
On Sundays, the NFL App will allow you to watch games that are being aired locally in your market. You have two options if you wish to view a “out of market” game.
Watch live local and out-of-market games, as well as replays (with a paid subscription). There is a seven-day free trial, after which you will be charged $30 every season. ($80 for the premium version.)
Sunday Ticket for the NFL
Customers with DirecTV have access to it, but (if you match the requirements, such as living in an apartment complex or in a location where DirecTV is unavailable) you may also sign up for an online version, which allows you to watch any NFL game live this season. There is a one-week trial period, then monthly payments of $73.49 for four months or $293.36 for the entire season (or $99 for four months or $396).