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NFL live streams: how to watch 2022 playoff games for free without cable



For the second consecutive season, the NFL will hold a 14-team playoff to determine its champion in Super Bowl LVI at SoFi Stadium in Inglewood, California.

The Packers (13-4) and Titans (12-5) led their respective conferences and will have first-round byes and home-court advantage in the postseason. Green Bay is the favorite to win the championship, while the Chiefs are the favorite to win the AFC.

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Looking to watch the 2021-22 NFL postseason without cable? There are many options to watch games, but are there ways to do it for free? The top five streaming services charge a monthly fee, but they also come with free trials. So if you plan accordingly, you’ll be able to watch a good chunk of the NFL action this season without paying.

The services provide access to all locally broadcast NFL games; meanwhile, other live streaming options depend on which network is streaming the game.

Below is a full breakdown of live streaming options for NFL games this postseason.

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How to watch NFL playoff games for free without cable

One of the best ways to stream NFL games for free is through Yahoo! Sports app. Yahoo allows users to stream all national and local market TV games for free. This streaming option is especially good for those who watch on mobile devices.

The major live TV streaming services in the United States also broadcast most NFL games. Streamers can choose to use AT&T TV Now, fuboTV, Hulu Plus Live TV, Sling TV, or YouTube TV, as most include the major networks where the games will be shown: Fox, CBS, NBC, and ESPN.

All five live TV streaming services also offer free trials. Therefore, streamers will have the option to use all free trials and opt out before they end to keep the free experience.

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Can I watch NFL games on YouTube TV?

Yes. YouTube TV includes all four major networks: Fox, CBS, NBC, and ESPN. YouTube TV also carries NFL Network, so users will be able to stream exclusive NFL Network games using YouTube TV.

YouTube TV also includes a bundle containing NFL Redzone.

Can I watch NFL games on Hulu?

Yes. Hulu includes Fox, CBS, NBC, and ESPN, so streamers will be able to catch all the domestic and home market games with Hulu. Hulu also added NFL Network to its rotation, so it contains most of the same viewing options as YouTube TV.

Can I watch NFL games on Sling TV?

Yes, but not all. Sling TV has two separate packages, Orange and Blue, and the streaming service includes Fox, NBC, ESPN, and the NFL Network within those packages. However, they do not have CBS. So if you use Sling TV, know that you won’t be able to watch the local market games that are on CBS through the service.

Can I watch NFL games on AT&T TV Now?

Yes. AT&T TV Now carries Fox, CBS, NBC, and ESPN, so streamers can catch just about every game broadcast nationally.

Can I watch NFL games on fuboTV?

Yes. FuboTV carries Fox, CBS, NBC, and ESPN, but like AT&T Now, they don’t have the NFL Network. However, fuboTV does have a package that includes NFL Redzone, which offers live views of all games on Sunday afternoons from 1 pm to 8 pm ET.

How to Live Stream NFL Games in Canada

All NFL games can be streamed live in Canada using DAZN. The streaming service can be accessed on all smart TVs, mobile devices, computers, and game consoles.

In Canada, DAZN comes with access to NFL Redzone and NFL Game Pass. That means viewers will be able to stream seven hours of commercial-free live soccer on Sundays and will also be able to watch live on-demand replays with Game Pass.




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