How to Watch Every NFL Game Without Cable

It’s easy to watch every NFL game without cable. You just need to know how. Follow these simple steps and you’ll be watching football in no time.


The NFL season is upon us, and if you’re like most football fans, you’re probably wondering how you can watch all the games without cable. Luckily, there are a number of ways to do this, and in this guide we’ll show you how.

First things first: if you want to watch every NFL game (including Thursday Night Football, Sunday Night Football, and Monday Night Football), you’ll need a way to watch ESPN. This can be done with a streaming service like Sling TV, which offers ESPN as part of its basic package. You can also get ESPN through a number of other streaming services, including Hulu + Live TV, YouTube TV, and AT&T TV Now.

Once you have a way to watch ESPN, you can then use that service to login to the NFL Game Pass app and watch any out-of-market NFL game live or on demand. If you’re looking for a way to watch your local team’s games, however, you’ll need an antenna to pick up your local Fox or CBS affiliate.

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OTA Antenna

An OTA antenna can be a great way to watch NFL games without cable. These antennas allow you to pick up over-the-air broadcast signals, which means you can watch your local NFL games without a cable or satellite subscription.

There are a few things to keep in mind when using an OTA antenna to watch NFL games, though. First, you’ll need to make sure that your TV is compatible with the antenna. Most newer TVs have a built-in tuner that can work with an OTA antenna, but some older TVs will require an external tuner.

Second, you’ll need to make sure that you’re in range of an OTA signal. You can use a site like TVFool or AntennaWeb to find out what kind of reception you can expect in your area.

Finally, it’s worth noting that not all NFL games are broadcast on over-the-air TV. Some games are only available on cable or satellite, and some games are only available via streaming subscription services likeNFL Sunday Ticket. However, the majority of NFL games should be available via OTA broadcast.

NFL Sunday Ticket

If you want to watch every NFL game without cable, you’ll need NFL Sunday Ticket. With this service, you can watch every out-of-market NFL game on your computer, phone, tablet, or connected TV device.

NFL Sunday Ticket is available as an annual subscription for $199.99/year. You can also get it as a part of DirecTV Now, which starts at $35/month.

Once you have NFL Sunday Ticket, you can watch games on your computer via the NFL Sunday Ticket website or on your phone, tablet, or connected TV device through the NFL Sunday Ticket app. You’ll need to sign in with your DirecTV account to watch games on the app.

If you want to watch games on your TV, you can do so with a Roku or Chromecast device. Simply connect the device to your TV and then sign in to the NFL Sunday Ticket app with your DirecTV account. You’ll then be able to stream games on your TV.

NFL Game Pass

If you’re a diehard football fan but don’t want to pay for an expensive cable package, NFL Game Pass might be the perfect solution. NFL Game Pass is a subscription service that gives you access to every NFL game, live or on demand, including playoffs and the Super Bowl.

You can watch games on your computer, phone, tablet, or connected TV. With NFL Game Pass, you also get access to exclusive content like coaches film, which gives you an all-22 view of every play, and condensed games, which let you watch an entire game in about 45 minutes.

NFL Game Pass costs $99.99 for the season or $29.99 per month. There is also a 7-day free trial so you can try it out before you commit.


All in all, there are plenty of ways to watch NFL games without cable. You can find a good option for you by considering your needs and budget. If you just want to catch the occasional game, then watching for free on television or streaming on a service like Sling TV or Yahoo Sports should work well. If you want to watch every game, then signing up for NFL Game Pass or subscribing to a service like DirecTV Now or Fubo TV would be the best option.

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