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Forget cable and watch this NFL season on live streaming platforms. We made a list of services so you can find the best option that streams live NFL games.

Never miss another NFL game again: Catch all the live streams here

Although cutting your cable seems like the easiest option, it seems that figuring out where to stream live NFL games is the most difficult feat to conquer. With countless streaming services, it’s hard not to be confused at which one provides exactly what you need for the NFL season without paying an arm and a leg.

That’s why we’re giving you the only list you need to find the best platform that streams your favorite NFL games. Here is a list of streaming platforms and services that provide access to live NFL games that you don’t want to miss.

YouTube TV

At $65 per month, YouTube TV covers all your NFL needs. Local channels like CBS, NBC, and Fox are included, as are ESPN and the NFL Network. YouTube TV effortlessly streams NFL live games so you can watch Sundays, Monday night and Thursday night.

Additionally, with unlimited storage space, you can save your Monday night NFL game for Tuesday. YouTube TV is currently running a promotion that lowers the $65 monthly price down to $55 per month for the first three months for new users.

Fubo TV

FuboTV is an internet live TV streaming service that offers more than 100 live streaming channels, like ESPN, NFL Network, beIN Sports, news, entertainment, and local channels beyond that. It also offers DVR storage space.

The service is also $65 per month, but you can receive a seven-day free trial. Fubo also streams other live sports including MLB, NBA, NHL, MLS, CPL and international soccer, plus news, network television series and movies.

NFL RedZone

Want RedZone for following your fantasy team? That’s available on both YouTube TV and Fubo TV as part of an add-on. YouTube TV users can add the $11 per month Sports Plus add-on by clicking on your profile and going to Settings, then the Membership tab. FuboTV users can go into My Profile and choose Manage Add-ons for its $11 per month Sports Plus with NFL RedZone offering.

Sling Blue (or Orange)

If you’re trying to save as much money as possible, then check out Sling Blue. The platform only costs $35 a month, but it doesn’t include ESPN. Although it lacks ESPN, meaning you’ll miss Monday Night Football, in select markets you’ll be able to get both Fox and NBC. Except, this is only for those within big cities where those markets are available.

Although Sling Blue includes the NFL Network, Sling Orange includes ESPN and Monday Night Football as well as 30 additional channels. It’s up to you which service will benefit you more or you can just get both. 

Meanwhile, you can also add RedZone through the platform’s $11 per month Sports Extra add-on. Fox broadcasts most NFC and Thursday night games, while NBC has Sunday Night Football. CBS, which broadcasts the bulk of AFC games, isn’t included on Sling at all.

Paramount Plus

There are some services that offer CBS’ slate of Sunday AFC games live, including Paramount Plus’ Premium tier costing only $10 per month. Depending on where you live, however, your local CBS station (and those NFL games) may be unavailable. CBS offers live streams services in many markets, so make sure to check if it streams in your area.


Paid Peacock subscribers can watch every Sunday Night Football game this season as well as the Super Bowl. If you don’t get NBC, then Peacock is only $4.99 per month. A good deal for what their site says is, “Every game. Every Sunday. All season long, from Kickoff on Sept. 9 to the final whistle of Super Bowl LVI.”

We promise we won’t judge if you use a week-long free trial from every service for each game. 

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