Football’s back. And if you’re ready to cut the cord and save on your cable bill, you may be wondering how to watch Sunday Night Football without cable on NBC. Your top options include Sling TV, fuboTV, Hulu With Live TV, DirecTV Stream, and YouTube TV. You can also watch NBC and other broadcast channels for free without cable if you buy a digital antenna. Let’s explore your options in more detail now.
Sling TV is a great option if you want to watch Sunday Night Football without cable. It has NBC in most areas as well as NFL Network in the Blue package and ESPN in the Orange package. It costs $35/month for Orange or Blue, or you can combine them for $50/month.
In total, you’ll get about 43 channels with Sling Blue, about 32 channels with Sling Orange, and over 50 channels if you get Sling Orange + Blue. As far as features go, you can record up to 50 hours of DVR content, upgradeable to 200 hours for $5/month. Sling Orange lets you stream on only 1 device, while Sling Blue lets you stream on 3 devices.
You can also watch Sling TV on pretty much any device you want. This includes web browsers and iOS/Android phones when you’re on the go, as well as living room devices like the Amazon Fire TV, Roku, Chromecast, and Apple TV, to name just a few. You can sign up for a free 7-day trial here.
fuboTV is another solid cable alternative. It’s more expensive, but has tons of channels and features. It comes with NBC and other local networks in most areas, as well as ESPN and NFL Network, for a total of over 108 channels. It costs $64.99/month for the cheapest “Starter” packages. You can upgrade to a higher-tier plan for a few more channels and features.
The features included in your package are pretty great, too. You will get a cloud DVR with 250 hours of space, and you can watch on up to 3 screens at once. You can record 1,000 hours of DVR content with a higher-tier package, or paying $16.99/month for the Cloud DVR 1000 add-on. You can also get up to 10 simultaneous streams with the Unlimited Streams add-on. This is available in higher-tier packages, or as an add-on for $9.99/month.
Device support has you covered wherever you want to watch. Among many others, fuboTV supports iOS and Android, web browsers, Amazon Fire TV, Chromecast, Apple TV, and Roku. You can get a free 7-day trial of fuboTV now, and see if it’s right for you.
Hulu With Live TV is also a top contender for NFL fans who want to watch Sunday Night Football without cable. You’ll pay $64.99/month for 75+ channels. Along with NBC, you’ll get CBS and Fox, as well as ESPN and NFL Network. This means you’ll catch every NFL game this season.
Hulu With Live TV has pretty good features, too. You can record up to 50 hours of content with the option to pay $9.99/month to upgrade to 200 hours. You also will be able to watch on 2 screen at once, though you have the option to pay $9.99/month to unlock unlimited streams. The DVR and streaming upgrade can be combined for $14.99/month.
Device support is amazing. You’ll get all the expected support for iOS, Android, web browsers, Amazon Fire TV, Roku, Chromecast, and Apple TV, as well as support for most gaming consoles and smart TVs. To get started, sign up for a free 7-day trial of Hulu With Live TV now.
DirecTV Stream, formerly AT&T TV, is a decent option for cord-cutters. It costs $69.99/month for the cheapest “Entertainment” package. This makes it the most expensive way to watch Sunday Night Football without cable on this list. However, you do get 65+ channels. This includes NBC and other local broadcast channels and ESPN. NFL Network is not available in any package, though.
You can only record 20 hours of content by default with DirecTV Stream, unless you pay $10/month to upgrade to unlimited space. Your oldest recordings will be deleted after 90 days. However, you can watch on up to 20 screens at once with DirecTV Stream, making it an excellent choice for large households.
Device support is pretty much what you’d expect. You can stream Sunday Night Football on iOS, Android, web browsers, Amazon Fire TV, Roku, Apple TV, and Chromecast. You can click here to sign up and see if DirecTV Stream is right for you.
YouTube TV is definitely another top contender for any cord-cutter who wants to watch Sunday Night Football without cable. It costs $64.99/month and has 85+ channels to offer, including NBC and most other local broadcast channels, ESPN, and NFL Network. That means you’re covered for the whole NFL Season.
YouTube TV’s features are really good, too. You can watch on up to 3 devices at once, and create 6 individual accounts with each subscription. The DVR offers unlimited recordings. The only catch is that the oldest content will be deleted after 9 months. There are no other DVR restrictions.
You’ll also get good device support. iOS, Android, and most web browsers are supported, as are Amazon Fire devices, Apple TV, Chromecast, and Roku. You can try YouTube TV for free for a week. Give it a try now, and see if it’s right for you.
How to Watch Sunday Night Football on Amazon Fire TV
You can watch Sunday Night Football on Amazon Fire TV with one of these streaming services: Sling TV, fuboTV, Hulu With Live TV, DirecTV Stream, and YouTube TV. Just download the NBC app from the Amazon app store, install it, and sign in.
How to Watch Sunday Night Football on Roku
You can watch Sunday Night Football on Roku with one of these streaming services: Sling TV, fuboTV, Hulu With Live TV, DirecTV Stream, and YouTube TV. Add the NBC channel from the Roku Channel Store, then sign in with the service you’re using.
How to Watch Sunday Night Football on Apple TV
You can watch Sunday Night Football on Roku with one of these streaming services: Sling TV, fuboTV, Hulu With Live TV, DirecTV Stream, and YouTube TV. Download the NBC app from the App Store, then sign in to start watching NBC right away.
Watch Sunday Night Football for free with a TV Antenna
You can watch Sunday Night Football without paying a dime. In fact, you can watch all of the NFL games airing on Fox, CBS, and NBC for free. All you need to do is buy a digital TV antenna.
These antennas attach directly to your TV, and let you watch broadcast networks for free. If you choose this route, you’ll miss out on games aired on cable channels like ESPN and NFL Network. But hey, you can’t beat the price of “free!”
For details and to learn more about watching Sunday Night Football without cable using a digital antenna, check out the following guide from Flixed.