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Football Season is in the air - Here are the Apps and Channels You Need to Stream and Watch Your Favorite NFL Teams

Roku NFL Fans may have been disappointed to learn their NFL Game Pass channel was being discontinued. It was only because it was replaced with something even better.




That's right for the 2016-2016 Football Season a new NFL channel is now available on Roku. Previously it was only available for Chromecast, Apple TV, Xbox One and Xbox 360. It will also be available to users of PlayStation, Android TV, and Amazon Fire TV & Stick owners as well.

The new NFL channel on Roku has had a logo makeover and looks totally different than the old NFL Game Pass channel. Add it to your Roku and it will give you full access to everything you enjoyed on NFL Now plus all the new features included along with what you enjoyed with NFL Game Pass.

Here is how it works, NFL Now is free to all viewers and offers a live stream video along with short game highlight videos. If you want to view current games both full and condensed you will need to watch these on the NFL Game Pass portion of the channel.


NFL Game Pass is only available to subscribers and costs $99.99 a year.
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"Sunday morning and afternoon games (9:30am ET, 1pm ET & 4pm ET) are available at the conclusion of all Sunday 4pm ET games, and Sunday night, Monday night, Thursday and Saturday NFL games are available following the conclusion of the applicable game telecast. However, if you are accessing NFL Game Pass through a free trial, Thursday night games will not be available until 3 days after the telecast."


To get around this blackout rule and watch the games live, you can use a VPN and change your IP on your Router to a country from Canada or the UK. Learn more...

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Watch NFL Games for Free without Cable TV or Satellite


Watch FREE NFL with an OTA Antenna


One of the best ways to watch free NFL football is by using an over the air antenna. Check out our Digital Antenna Guide for full information on which antenna would work best for your location and how to properly install it for maximum signal gain. Depending on your location, an antenna can give you free access many full NFL games.

You will need to make sure you antenna can receive both CBS, NBC and FOX. Sunday Night Football is broadcast on NBC. Thursday Night NFL Football games are on CBS, NBC and FOX depending on your region. Or, you can get a channel like Mach TV if you would rather tiptoe into the Roku Darkside.


NFL Monday Night Football With ESPN and Sling


Now you now longer need to subscribe to Cable or Satellite to watch ESPN. Both Sling TV and Sony Playstation Vue carry it. But with Sling their base package costs half as much at only $20 a month. Plus their base package also includes 20 popular channels which also include ESPN2, TNT, TBS, AMC, HGTV, CNN and Disney.


Sling recently announced they will also carry both NFL Network and NFL RedZone on their streaming service and they will be available by September the 8th. Siging up will give cordcutters access to every NFL game on every network all without a cable TV or Satellite subscription.


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Watch NFL Thursday Night Football Streamed on Twitter


Twitter will feature 10 Thursday Night NFL full games you can stream for free. You won't even need a twitter account. These games will be cast at the same time that they are broadcast live on CBS and NBC.
Here is the NFL upcoming schedule. All games start at  8:28 PM Eastern.
  • Thursday, Sept. 15: New York Jets @ Buffalo Bills
  • Thursday, Sept. 22: Houston Texans @ New England Patriots
  • Thursday,  Oct. 6: Arizona Cardinals @ San Francisco 49ers
  • Thursday,  Oct. 13: Denver Broncos @ San Diego Chargers
  • Thursday, Oct. 20: Chicago Bears @ Green Bay Packers
  • Thursday,  Nov. 17: New Orleans Saints @ Carolina Panthers
  • Thursday,  Dec. 1: Dallas Cowboys @ Minnesota Vikings
  • Thursday,  Dec. 8: Oakland Raiders @ Kansas City Chiefs
  • Thursday,  Dec. 15: Los Angeles Rams @ Seattle Seahawks
  • Thursday,  Dec. 22: New York Giants @ Philadelphia Eagles
To watch any of these games, Click here to visit the NFL Twitter Page




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