This complete NFL regular season viewing guide includes all the options you will ever need to watch any NFL game during any regular season, either on your TV, computer or mobile device.For a no-nonsense and spoiler free schedule, complete with streaming links to all games, use:NFL Football TV and Streaming Schedule For a more detailed breakdown of all other options, continue below.
n 2019, your options for watching NFL action online are plentiful. Almost all of them will cost you in some way, but there are several avenues for catching nearly any game you want, from the opening kickoff of the preseason to the Super Bowl.
To help, we’ve compiled this comprehensive guide on how to stream the entire 2019/2020 season online. Put on your jersey and find a comfortable spot to kick back.
Thanksgiving games are unfortunately not a part of Thursday Night Football, and are instead aired on Fox (Bears vs. Lions at 12:30 p.m. ET), CBS (Bills vs. Cowboys at 4:30 p.m. ET), and on NBC (Saints vs. Falcons at 8:20 p.m. ET). To get the games, you can either use an HD antenna or sign up for one of the live TV streaming services listed below to potentially stream your local broadcast channels.
Before we get into the real action (as in the games that count) it’s worth discussing preseason for those looking to get ready for Fantasy Football, or those who are simply ready for some action of any kind. Games will be spread throughout all major networks that air regular-season games (CBS, NBC, Fox, and ESPN) as well as multiple games on NFL Network and on the NFL Gamepass app (though local games may be blocked out).
You can see a full schedule for every pre-season game here, and then follow below for multiple ways to stream said games, no matter which network is airing them. NFL Network will also offer live or re-airings of all 65 games for those that aren’t aired on national networks.
The Thursday Night Football schedule is always complicated for streaming. While Today NFL Games Free Network gets all the games, 11 of them are available from multiple outlets.
In 2018, Fox paid a reported $3.3 billion to land telecast rights for those 11 games for five years, and those available down the road. Meanwhile, Amazon shelled out big bucks for TNF streaming rights, landing the same 11 games for its Amazon Prime Video service, as well as its Twitch video service.
Below is a list of all the TNF games planned for the 2019 season, including those on Fox (available for many with an HD antenna), Amazon Prime Video, and Twitch, as well as the full NFL Network TV schedule. (All games scheduled at 8:20 p.m. ET unless otherwise noted.)