Provided is an in-depth guide on all of the ways to watch or stream any NFL preseason game, including up-to-date TV schedules, cable packages for all channels, and all streaming options and useful apps.
NFL Preseason Watching Guide. This guide includes all the TV channels airing NFL preseason games, showing all the cable providers and their current plans that include those channels. Prices and links to every plan are included.
NFL Preseason TV Schedule & Live Streaming. This guide shows the complete TV schedule for the entire NFL preseason, as well as all the match-ups, dates, times and streaming links to every game.
For a further breakdown of TV channel and streaming options, continue below.
NFL Preseason - TV Viewing Options
A majority of NFL preseason games will air on NFL Network. ESPN, CBS, FOX and NBC will also air a select few games in prime time.
TV channel links: NFL Network, ESPN, CBS, FOX, NBC
And here's the full list of all cable and satellite providers that include all these TV channels:
Cable TV - Cox, Spectrum, U-Verse, Verizon Fios, Xfinity
Satellite TV - DirecTV, Dish Network
You can see all the plans here for every provider with monthly pricing and channel lineups, to comparison shop.
NFL Preseason - Streaming Options
1) Watch NFL Network. If you have a cable package that includes NFL Network, you can use your login credentials and watch their broadcast live from that link, from either your smartphone, tablet, computer or even some smart TVs and streaming devices. (All supported devices are listed on that link.)
2) WatchESPN. Every NFL preseason game airing on ESPN can be viewed from the WatchESPN website once you login with your cable username and password. Or you can stream from their ESPN app.
3) Fox Sports GO. Every game airing on FOX (or any Fox affiliate for that matter) can be streamed from this link. Or stream from their mobile app options.
4) NBC Live. This link provides access to all NFL preseason games airing on NBC. Same deal; you'll need to login first to stream. Alternatively you can also use the NBC app.
5) One more streaming option that many people use is NFL Game Pass. The service isn't free -- on top of any cable option you go with, this option runs $99.99/yr. But it does come with a 7-day free trial and allows you to stream all out-of-market preseason games. (Keep in mind any games airing locally won't be broadcast for you with this service.)