Stream all of the NFL games every Thursday, Sunday, and Monday.
How to Stream NFL Games 2023–2024
How can I stream every 2023–2024 NFL game?
You can catch all football games on ABC, CBS, ESPN, FOX, NBC, and NFL Network.
Additionally, you'll want to subscribe to Amazon Prime Video to watch all TNF games and a Black Friday game. If you have a Prime membership, you automatically have access to Prime Video. So check that off the list.
How to Watch NFL Week 15 Games
- Thursday Night Football’s matchup between the LA Chargers and Las Vegas Raiders will be available to stream on Amazon Prime Video. If you’ll be streaming on your smartphone or tablet, you can stream TNF with your NFL+ subscription. And if you live in or near LA or Vegas, you can watch the game on FOX or ABC.
- We are gifted with three Saturday NFL games this week, all on NFL Network or streamable on NFL+: Vikings vs. Bengals at 12:00 p.m. (CDT), Steelers vs. Colts at 3:30 p.m. (CDT), and Broncos vs. Lions at 7:15 p.m. (CDT).
- Among all Sunday’s early afternoon games, the majority of the US will get access to the Chiefs and Patriots game on FOX. States in the center of the country can watch the Buccaneers vs. Packers matchup on CBS. For the other games, if you don’t live in or near the area of your team’s fanbase, you’ll need NFL Sunday Ticket to watch the full game or NFL RedZone for the highlights in real-time.
- For Sunday’s late afternoon games, the majority of the US will get the Cowboys vs. Bills game on FOX. For the other games, if you don’t live in or near the area of your team’s fanbase, you’ll need NFL Sunday Ticket to watch the full game or NFL RedZone for the highlights in real-time.
- Sunday Night Football’s matchup between the Ravens and Jaguars will air on NBC and be streamable on Peacock. For Monday Night Football, the Eagles vs. Seahawks will air on ABC and ESPN and be streamable on ESPN+.
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YouTube TV is the best option for streaming NFL games
YouTube TV is the best live TV streaming service for NFL fans because it's the only streaming service with NFL Sunday Ticket and all of the channels that broadcast NFL games: ABC, CBS, ESPN, FOX, NBC, and NFL Network.
And it gets better. YouTube TV also lets you add the NFL RedZone Channel to your lineup for the season for $11 per month or bundle it with NFL Sunday Ticket. If you don't know what the NFL RedZone Channel is, boy, you're in for a treat.
You'll get to watch the exciting red zone moments of every game during the Sunday morning and afternoon games (for regular season). The NFL Red Zone Channel will jump to whichever team is inside the 20-yard line ready to score, and you'll also get to see replays of crazy great plays, like pick-6s, one-handed grabs, and Hail Marys.
NFL Sunday Ticket is for the dedicated one-team fans who want to watch all of their team's 17 games. You'll get access to over 200 out-of-market games for $349 a season, and the NFL Sunday Ticket plus NFL RedZone Channel bundle is $389.
But find out which route is best for you in our NFL RedZone Channel vs. NFL Sunday Ticket review.
You're going to want to find out more about the NFL RedZone Channel in our review and find out more about YouTube TV's DVR with unlimited storage space. You'll be able to record all (and I mean all) of the NFL games.
fuboTV is best for sports coverage and is complete for NFL-watching
All three of fuboTV's plans have ESPN, FOX, NFL Network, and your local ABC, CBS, and NBC channels. So you won't miss a Monday Night Football game airing on ABC and ESPN, or a Sunday Night Football game airing on NBC.
fuboTV offers the NFL RedZone Channel in its Sports Plus add-on for $11 per month, the same price as YouTube TV. But fuboTV's add-on includes 35 sports channels, while YouTube TV's includes only 14.
Hulu + Live TV has all six channels NFL fans want
Hulu + Live TV has ABC, CBS, ESPN, FOX, NBC, and this streaming service now has NFL Network and offers the NFL RedZone Channel. (We like this upgrade, Hulu.)
I must say Hulu Live is excellent for both fans of the National Football League and on-demand content. You're going to get access to most of the broadcast games, and you'll get a library full of Hulu's great Originals, TV shows, and movies.
Find out more about Hulu + Live TV's user interface, unlimited DVR storage, and plans in our full review.
DIRECTV has all six important channels for NFL streaming
DIRECTV has the ABC, CBS, ESPN, NBC, FOX, and NFL Network channels in its CHOICE package and above. (The ENTERTAINMENT entry-level plan doesn't have NFL Network.)
Although more expensive, DIRECTV provides you with unlimited Cloud DVR storage, so you won't miss a thing this football season.
We recommend DIRECTV to sports fans who like a traditional TV feel or want premium channels in their lineup, but we think your money could be better spent with YouTube TV or fuboTV.
Take a look at our DIRECTV review to see if it’s the right service for you.
Which on-demand streaming services are best for streaming NFL games?
If you don't want a live TV streaming service, I have some standalone streaming services and network app suggestions.
Although there are network app options that require a cable or satellite TV subscription, I'll also give you a couple of options that don't require the traditional TV commitment.
Unlike the live TV streaming services, these services aren't ranked. They're just additional options for streaming that may be more convenient or less expensive. Besides Amazon Prime Video. You're going to need Prime Video for TNF.
|Amazon Prime Video
|Fox Sports Go
Amazon Prime Video lets you watch every TNF game
You'll get every Thursday NFL game with Amazon Prime Video, along with free quick shipping, for the price of one takeout meal. Take our money.
Keep in mind that the Week 1 matchup between the Lions and Chiefs will be on your local NBC channel.
Find out more about Amazon Prime Video in our review to see if it's perfect for you (especially during the holiday season).
Paramount+ gives you access to AFC games
This streaming service gives you access to all of the games aired on CBS for $6–$11 per month! And for the 2023 season, that means one early and late afternoon Sunday game.
With Paramount+, you'll get to watch about three to seven regular-season games per weekend, the Washington and Cowboys Thanksgiving game, AFC Wild Card and divisional AFC Playoffs, and the AFC Championship Game. (There will also be a few NFC games in the mix.)
Oh, and the most important: the 2024 Super Bowl LVIII will air on CBS and streamed on Paramount+ this season.
Check out our Paramount+ Review to find out if your streaming devices are compatible with this streaming service.
NFL+ gives you streaming rights to all local and primetime games
NFL+ has two subscription choices: NFL+ and NFL+ Premium.
An NFL+ subscription lets you stream all preseason games on your smartphone or tablet, local and primetime regular and postseason games, and gives you access to an on-demand library of NFL programming.
So this NFL streaming service makes it easy for you to stream your Dallas Cowboys games if you live in the area.
It was recently announced that the NFL RedZone and NFL Network channels are available with an NFL+ Premium subscription for $14.99.
Now, that's a solid deal because the greatest channel on Earth—or the RedZone Channel—is $6–$13 with a TV provider. No need for a TV subscription here.
An NFL+ Premium subscription grants you access to complete and condensed game replays, as well as Coaches Film. This is where you get to enjoy all-22 angle coaches film to break down film like the pros.
Stream two MNF games with a $10 ESPN+ subscription
For the first time ever, NFL is allowing NFL games to stream through ESPN+. So, no need for a TV service plan—just a $10 subscription to this sports app.
You can stream all Monday Night Football games on ESPN+ that air on ABC—so this means not every MNF game is available on ESPN+.
For example, there are two MNF game in Week 3. The LA Rams vs. Cincinnati Bengals game is on ESPN, so that won't be available through ESPN+. But the Philadelphia Eagles vs. Tampa Bay Buccaneers will air on ABC, so streamers can watch that game on ESPN+.
So, to answer your next question, this equals out to seven games available on ESPN+ for the 2023 season.
And if you scroll down further, you'll find that one international NFL game will air only on ESPN+ in Week 4.
Peacock gives you access to all Sunday Night Football games
Every Sunday Night Football game airs on NBC, so in turn, that means you can stream all SNF games through Peacock! And you only have to pay $7 per month for it.
For the first time, one regular season game will air on Peacock TV and Peacock TV only.
In Week 16 on Saturday, December 23, make sure you have a Peacock TV subscription or jump on a free trial to watch the Buffalo Bills and LA Chargers game.
So yes, we have to subscribe to one more streaming service to watch an NFL game. Sigh. But at least you can check out Peacock's on-demand content for a month before you decide to cancel.
Use the Fox Sports Go app to watch FOX games on-the-go
If you want to watch an NFL game aired on FOX while you're sitting in the long grocery store line, get the Fox Sports Go app and sign in with your cable or satellite TV provider.
Sign in, and then you can open up the app to watch the current game, which could be your Green Bay Packers or Minnesota Vikings (and hopefully not disappointing you like the first few weeks of the season).
Watch most SNF games with the NBC Sports app
NBC often gets the best matchups for their primetime slots. Watch the New England Patriots and Minnesota Vikings game on Thanksgiving Day through the NBC Sports app, as well as most Sunday Night Football games.
Sign in with your cable or satellite TV provider, and watch the game on your smartphone under the table during Thanksgiving dinner (I won't tell).
Get MNF games with the WatchESPN app
Stream all 2023 and 2024 Monday Night Football games on the WatchESPN app by signing in with your TV provider. You'll also be able to stream up to 10 ESPN channels.
You're not going to want to miss an important game for the Los Angeles Rams and the Green Bay Packers in Week 15 as every win is essential at this point.
The NFL Mobile app is the one you need for the SB
Keep in mind, you won't be able to stream Sunday afternoon out-of-market games with the NFL Mobile app, but you'll be able to watch national games, like when the Las Vegas Raiders play the Kansas City Chiefs in Week 5 on MNF.
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Where can I watch the international NFL games?
There will be five international NFL games this 2023 season—three in London and two in Germany.
The Falcons and Jaguars game will air only on ESPN+, and the other four will air on NFL Network and NFL+. And make sure you get your coffee pot going early, because these football games start at 8:30 a.m. (CDT).
|Sun, Oct 1
|Atlanta Falcons @ Jacksonville Jaguars
|Wembley Stadium, London
|Sun, Oct 8
|Jacksonville Jaguars @ Buffalo Bills
|Tottenham Hotspur Stadium, London
|Sun, Oct 15
|Baltimore Ravens @ Tennessee Titans
|Tottenham Hotspur Stadium, London
|Sun, Nov 5
|Miami Dolphins @ Kansas City Chiefs
|Frankfurt Stadium, Frankfurt
|Sun, Nov 12
|Indianapolis Colts @ New England Patriots
|Frankfurt Stadium, Frankfurt
Recap: What's the best way to stream all NFL games?
I found the best streaming options for you, fellow NFL fan, whether you want to cut the cord and subscribe to a live TV streaming service or want to stream through your cable or satellite TV provider.
(I mean, maybe this opens up the option for some of you to grab your parents' sign-in details for Xfinity or DISH.)
Overall, I can say this about each of the streaming picks for watching NFL games this 2023–2024 season:
- YouTube TV: YouTube TV is the best live TV streaming option for all NFL football fans at $73 per month. You'll get ABC, CBS, ESPN, FOX, NBC, and NFL Network. Not only will you get all of the channels for the full broadcasts, but YouTube TV also offers the NFL RedZone Channel in its Sports Plus add-on for $11 per month AND it's the only place you'll find NFL Sunday Ticket—a ticket to watch all out-of-market games.
- fuboTV: fuboTV is similar to YouTube TV with having all six must-need NFL channels in its lineup and offers the NFL RedZone Channel. fuboTV ($80-$100/month) is also the best pick for sports because it has the most sports channels in the industry.
- Hulu + Live TV: Hulu Live has upgraded and now has NFL Network to give NFL fans a complete lineup for the 2023–2024 season. Hulu Live also has lots of on-demand content, and you can choose to get the limited ads plan for $75 per month or no ads for $90 per month.
- DIRECTV: DIRECTV has all six channels for NFL game-watching in the CHOICE package and above ($100–$155/month), but we only recommend this service to those who want a traditional TV feel or included premium channels.
- Amazon Prime Video: When you subscribe as an Amazon Prime member ($9–$15/month), you'll get access to Amazon Prime Video, free rapid shipping, but especially, all Thursday Night Football games. That means you can watch the full broadcast of the Week 11 Cincinnati Bengals and Baltimore Ravens game while shopping on your smartphone.
- Paramount+: Get access to all of the games aired on CBS, as well as AFC Wild Card, playoff, and Championship games for $5-$10 per month. Oh, and don't forget! You'll be able to stream the 2024 Super Bowl with Paramount+.
- NFL+: For $7–$15 per month or $50–$100 per year, get NFL+ for access to local and primetime games during the regular and postseason and NFL RedZone right on your cell phone!
- Fox Sports Go app: Watch all games aired on FOX on the go with this app when you sign in with your TV provider.
- NBC Sports app: Sign in with your cable or satellite TV provider to watch the evening Thanksgiving NFL game, as well as most Sunday Night Football games.
- WatchESPN app: You can watch all of the Monday Night Football games and 10 ESPN channels with this app when you sign in with your TV provider.
- NFL Mobile app: Sign in with your TV provider and get local games, some primetime games, and playoff games on your smartphone. This is convenient if you have a satellite or cable TV provider, but need to watch the game on-the-go.
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