While the NFC East was home of some of the worst football in the league last year, the script has been flipped for 2016, and the Dallas Cowboys are sitting on top of the league. They don’t exactly have their division locked down though, as the streaking New York Giants are right on their heels.
Thursday Night Football holds a big matchup this week as the 10-4 Giants try to fight for a playoff spot as they take on the 5-9 Eagles, playing the role of spoiler at this point.
If you want to stream the Giants vs. Eagles game, you actually do have a few legal options you can take advantage of.
Sling TV and PlayStation Vue are both streaming services that allow you to watch live channels directly on a range of connected devices, including Roku, Apple TV, Chromecast, Amazon Fire TV, iOS and Android devices, and more. Each offers its own free 7-day trial as well, allowing you to watch the Giants vs Eagles live stream free if you want.
DirecTV Now does have NBC, but it’s only live in certain markets, and only on mobile devices. The company has said they are working to correct this “bug” that restricts NBC to mobile devices, but as of this time, the issue has not been resolved. On top of that though, Verizon Wireless has exclusive mobile streaming rights for NFL games, so you won’t be able to catch this game there.
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