Stream NFL games for free during the 2020 season, Here's how!

Stream NFL games for free during the 2020 season, Here's how!
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You can watch any game in your region without spending a dime by using a free trial of a live TV streaming service, a TV antenna, or the Locast app.

The NFL season is underway, and that suggests a mad scramble to access the games for several cord-cutters. But there are legitimate ways you can watch all the games for free. Here are our favorite ways of watching NFL games during the 2020 season, from opening day to Super Bowl LV.

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Service Price Free trial length Includes Missing
YouTube TV $65/mo. 5 days CBS, ESPN, FOX, NBC, NFL Network None
Vidgo $40-$50/mo. 3 days ESPN, FOX, NFL Network CBS, NBC
Sling TV $30-$45/mo. 3 days ESPN, FOX, NBC, NFL Network CBS
Hulu + Live TV $55/mo. 7 days CBS, ESPN, FOX, NBC NFL Network
fuboTV $65/mo. 7 days CBS, FOX, NBC, NFL Network ESPN
AT&T TV NOW $55/mo. 7 days CBS, ESPN, FOX, NBC NFL Network

Also Read: Where and What is the Best Cable Provider to Watch College Basketball?

NFL games channels you need to watch

On local networks, the vast majority of NFL games are played. On Sundays, while CBS hosts the AFC games, the local NFC games are broadcast on FOX. The primetime game on Sunday (SNF) is seen on NBC. This is probably what you'll need if you're only trying to see your local squad. But you'll need a couple more channels if you want to watch the national games, too. Here's how it is:

Thursday Night Football: Weeks 2-4 of the 2020 season will be seen on the NFL Network exclusively. After that, on FOX, NFL Network, and Amazon Prime Video, the majority of the season is broadcast simultaneously. 

Football Sunday Night: NBC 

Football Monday Night: ESPN

Sunday Day Games: The games were all played at 1 p.m. Uh, and 4 p.m. The EST is broadcast on FOX and CBS. 

How do I watch full-game replays and NFL highlights? 

You can also watch all the scoring highlights, plus full-game replays, for those of you who can not get enough football. 

Most conventional TV and streaming services are available via the NFL RedZone channel. Although this channel won't have any live games, you can see game recaps and highlights, including all touchdown-scoring games on Sunday. 

NFL GAME PASS is a subscription service featuring every live, out-of-market preseason game, plus condensed versions of complete games, available on various streaming devices and gaming consoles. The service costs about $100 per season. 

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