How to Watch NFL Games on Roku, Fire TV, Apple TV, & More (2018 Update) – AppleTV 4 Jailbreak (

The NFL is our most requested sport when it comes to how to watch sports without cable TV. The good news is with an antenna 90% of Americans will be able to access their local CBS, FOX, and NBC stations. Add in a streaming service, such as Sling TV orPlayStation Vue, for ESPN and the NFL Network and you have the same coverage your local cable TV company can give you.

Since our last post, several changes have happened in how you can stream NFL games on Roku, Apple TV, and the Fire TV. Today we are posting an updated guide with all the latest changes.

Step #1: CBS, FOX, and NBC

In 2018 most NFL games will be aired free over the air on CBS, FOX, and NBC. The best part is many of the biggest games every week will be free over the air.

If you have the option, an antenna is always the best way to watch football to avoid the delay or the risk of the stream crashing out. Streaming is great, but you will find a 30-second or so delay on average. Sometimes more if you are seeing a lot of buffering.

If you need an antenna or want to see what channels you can get where you live, check out Antenna Web.

Over 90% of Americans have access to some or all of these channels; however, that still leaves 30 million Americans who struggle to get one network or another over the air. Or if you just want it on your Roku, Fire TV, or Apple TV you should check out a live TV streaming service.

Right now a growing number of services, such as DIRECTV NOW, Hulu, and PlayStation Vue, all offer locals and this year will even stream local NFL games on your phone! We recommend you check out each site to see what locals each offers in your area. (CBS All Access now streams in-market Sunday games through its streaming service.)

You can also watch Thursday night games from FOX on Amazon Prime this year. You will need to be an Amazon Prime member to watch them. (Unless you use an antenna.)

Step #2 NFL Network Thursday Night & ESPN Monday Night Football

An antenna won’t give you every game, because some Thursday night and all Monday night games air on a cable network. The good news is Sling TV, DIRECTV NOW, and PlayStation Vue have you covered. What makes it even better is the fact that you don’t need a two-year contract. You can just pay for them when you want to watch football and cancel when your season is over.

If you are looking for the best deal here is the pricing to get the NFL Network and ESPN on each service: Sling TV starts at $45, PlayStation Vue starts at $50 a month, and
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