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No Cable? No Problem! How To Watch The NFL Online, Without Cable

Thu, September 8, 2016 3:35pm EDT by

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Who will make it to Super Bowl 51? The best teams from the NFL will be desperate to book their place at the NRG Stadium in Houston, Texas on Feb. 5, 2017, but it’s a long, hard season, with many twists to come. Here’s how to watch it without having a cable service.

It’s time for the NFL Playoffs! The Seattle Seahawks face the Atlanta Falcons, while the Houston Texans try to do what many think is impossible: beat the New England Patriots. Can anyone stop Tom Brady, 39, from leading his squad to the Super Bowl — and another championship? Dak Prescott, 23, and the rest of the Dallas Cowboys hope to meet the Pats in the big game, but first, they need to get by the Green Bay Packers. Plus, in what may be the hardest-hitting match of the week, the Pittsburgh Steelers tackle the Kansas City Chiefs. 

NFL Super Fans Need Sling TV

You don’t need cable or satellite to watch the NFL. All you need is Sling TV. The core Sling Blue subscription ($20) lets your watch ESPN and Fox Sports, with NBC available in select markets. Catch every touchdown when you add the “Sports Extra” pack ($5). It gives you instant access to the NFL Network and NFL RedZone, hosted by Scott Hanson. That’s five networks of football for only $25/month.

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Love the AFC?

Consider getting CBS All Access with the Playoffs Ahead

CBS broadcasts up to two games, which vary by region, on Sundays in each television market, depending on a given week’s slate of games. All Access users will be able to watch those games airing in their local market, in addition to Thursday Night Football. NBC, CBS and NFL Network share Thursday night games during the regular season. During the postseason, ESPN airs one game, NBC airs two, while CBS and Fox air the rest of the AFC and NFC games, respectively.

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NFL Schedule

Thursday, Dec. 08

Oakland Raiders Vs. Kansas City Chiefs: 8:25 PM ET on NBC

Sunday, Dec. 11

Pittsburgh Steelers Vs. Buffalo Bills: 1:00 PM ET on CBS

Houston Texans Vs. Indianapolis Colts: 1:00 PM ET on CBS

Washington Redskins Vs. Philadelphia Eagles: 1:00 PM ET on FOX

Denver Broncos Vs. Tennessee Titans: 1:00 PM ET on CBS

Arizona Cardinals Vs. Miami Dolphins: 1:00 PM ET on FOX

Minnesota Vikings Vs. Jacksonville Jaguars: 1:00 PM ET on FOX

San Diego Chargers Vs. Carolina Panthers: 1:00 PM ET on FOX

Cincinnati Bengals Vs. Cleveland Browns: 1:00 PM ET on CBS

Chicago Bears Vs. Detroit Lions: 1:00 PM ET on CBS

New York Jets Vs. San Francisco 49ers: 4:05 PM ET on CBS

Seattle Seahawks Vs. Green Bay Packers: 4:25 PM ET on FOX

New Orleans Saints Vs. Tampa Bay Buccaneers: 4:25 PM ET on FOX

Atlanta Falcons Vs. Los Angles Rams: 4:25 PM ET on FOX

Dallas Cowboys Vs. New York Giants: 8:30 PM ET on NBC

Monday, Dec. 12

Baltimore Ravens Vs. New England Patriots: 8:30 PM ET on ESPN


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