10 best ways for the NFL Streams
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The 2021 NFL season is around the corner and the complete schedule is expected to be made public by May 12. The coming season will conclude with Super Bowl LVI which will take place next year on February 13 in Los Angeles. Keep reading this article to know the best ways for the NFL Streams.

When will the NFL 2021 season start?

This year’s competition is likely to commence on September 9.

If you are one of the many NFL fanatics who wants to streams NFL games, then you have reached the right destination.

We have jotted down 10 spots where you can stream every match of the 2021 NFL season with ease. This is applicable for those viewers as well who do not have access to the cable services.

10. AT&T TV Now

You can enjoy every NFL game at only $55 per month with AT&T TV Now. Their base package allows you to stream matches on ABC, CBS, Fox, and NBC—plus ESPN.

Viewers who don’t have satellite receptions available at their house can subscribe to  AT&T TV Now (and AT&T TV) and get can get NFLSundayTicket.TV.

9. DirecTV’s NFL Sunday Ticket

One of the most comprehensive packages for the NFL streams is offered by NFL Sunday Ticket at $294. This subscription lets you enjoy afternoon out-of-market game on Sundays, however, the games that are included on your local channels won’t be streamed.

8. Amazon Prime

For NFL fanatics, Amazon Prime is one of the best go-to options to watch live games. This is because its Prime members are gifted with 11 Thursday Night Football games that are broadcasted by Fox. They have been providing this scheme for the last two years.

7. CBS All Access

If you are an NFL fan who wants to enjoy the live stream experience at cheap rates, CBS All Access is your best option. CBS allows fans to watch the entire season and Super Bowl for only $6 every month.

Moreover, football fans can also view every game on mobile devices till 2022, courtesy of a fresh deal of the company. Previously, this service had been restricted to Verizon cellular customers.

6. FuboTV

After hiking their prices in recent times, FuboTV has also expanded its services for sports fans. Now, NFL fans can pay $65 every month to watch the season on CBS, Fox, and NBC in several markets. This service is part of their 100-plus channel package.

5. NFL Mobile Application

You don’t have to be a Verizon wireless user anymore to watch NFL streams on your cell phones anymore for free. People can simply log in to the NFL Mobile application regardless of carrier. The streaming service includes playoff games for global users, whereas US customers can also watch the Super Bowl.

4. YouTube TV

YouTube TV can help you experience over 70 channels. You can watch major broadcast networks such as Fox Sports and all ESPN networks for $65 per month. For those users who want to access the NFL RedZone, they can make use of the service for $76.

3. Hulu + Live TV

Hulu offers the experience of viewing live streams of the coming NFL season at $65 every month. You can have Hulu + Live TV on Android, iOS phones, and tablets.

Sports fans can avail it on Amazon Fire TV, Apple TV, Chromecast, and Roku streaming players as well.

2. NFL Game Pass

NFL Game Pass offers a seasonal package instead of a monthly package that guarantees live stream to every game. The platform allows users to pay their $100 fee in four installments as well. However, those who take up the NFL Game Pass can only watch the matches once the original broadcasts are over.

1. Sling TV

Sling TV is a great option for football fans as it allows them to witness top-notch Monday Night Football at only $30 per month. The subscribers can watch matches on ESPN, Fox, and NBC too, depending on the package you choose. It is to be noted Sling does not have access to the CBS network yet.

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Shayan is a Pakistan-based sports blogger with over three years of experience in journalism and sub-editing of sports-related pieces.

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