How to Watch Out of Market NFL Games without Cable TV

How to Watch Out of Market NFL Games

For football fans, the importance of keeping up with your team cannot be understated. It can be a thoroughly frustrating experience to move away from your home team and find that you no longer have access to stream their games! But luckily, there are ways to watch out of market NFL games, even without cable TV!

If you’re wondering how to watch out of market NFL games online, we’ve got you covered. The guide below goes over your best options.

 

How to Watch Out of Market NFL Games: At a Glance

For those wondering how to watch out of market NFL games online, there are a couple different options:

NFL Game Pass – offers on-demand replays of all games (no live coverage). $100 for the season. Free 7-day trial

National Games on Streaming Services – offers live coverage of games that air nationally. $20-$70+ per month, depending on package and service chosen. We generally recommend DIRECTV NOW (free 7-day trial), although there are several options (see below).

Read more details about these options for out of market NFL streaming below.

 

Use NFL Game Pass to Watch Out-of-Market NFL Games Online

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NFL Game Pass is the most complete method for out of market NFL streaming. This is the league’s official streaming service, and it offers football fans a way to watch ALL regular and postseason NFL games online, without cable TV! There are no local blackouts – you can watch literally any game from any team, from anywhere in the United States!

Okay, so what’s the catch? Alas, there is a catch: NFL Game Pass is for on-demand viewing only. Live streaming is not available during the regular season. Instead, games will be added to an online library for on-demand viewing, starting a few hours after the live broadcast. That means you’ll have to wait a few hours, but will still be able to watch the game online the same day it airs.

Additionally, NFL Game Pass offers a ton of great content for football fans. There’s a massive online library containing replays of EVERY GAME SINCE 2009. Yeah, every game since 2009. That’s one heck of a lot of football to catch up on – you better get started. You can even watch condensed, 45 min replays to save time. And remember, Game Pass works for on-demand streaming during the preseason, regular season, and postseason. In fact, during the preseason you can actually watch out of market NFL games live (but regular season and postseason are on-demand only).

NFL Game Pass costs $99.99 for the whole season, or you can choose 4 payments of $29.99. There’s also a free trial available if you want to test it out. You can use the service on all your favorite devices, ranging from smartphones to tablets to streaming devices like Roku and Apple TV.

To learn more, read through our NFL Game Pass review, or click here to start a free trial!

 

Stream Out-of-Market NFL Games Via Streaming Services (Nationally Broadcast Games)

The other option is to catch nationally broadcast games on one of the popular live streaming services. This won’t give you full access, as it’ll just cover games airing nationally, but it’s a good option for live streaming. These services include:

DIRECTV NOW – $35/month – 60+ channels – full review herefree 7-day trial

Sling TV – $20/month – 25+ channels – full review herefree 7-day trial

fuboTV – $35/month – 60+ channels – full review herefree 7-day trial

PlayStation Vue – $40/month – 45+ channels – full review herefree 5-day trial

The types of games you can watch are as follows:

Monday Night Football – airs every Monday on ESPN. Available via DIRECTV NOW, Sling TV, PlayStation Vue.

Thursday Night Football – airs every Thursday on either Amazon Prime (10 games), NFL Network (7 games), NBC (6 games), and CBS (5 games). We recommend Sling TV or DIRECTV NOW for these games (and Amazon Prime).

Sunday Night Football – airs every Sunday on NBC. We recommend DIRECTV NOW or fuboTV for these games.

Now you should know how to watch out of market NFL games without cable. For more info, check out our guide on how to watch football online.

Austin Meadows

Austin Meadows

Austin Meadows is a cord-cutting reporter living in the rainy but beautiful Pacific North West.
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