This guide provides all the options available to watch, stream and listen to any Sunday Night Football game for any NFL season, either on your TV, computer, radio or mobile device.
For the full schedule of any Sunday Night Football game, complete without any spoilers ---
Sunday Night Football TV & Online Schedule
For more specific viewing or audio options, continue below..
Viewing Options for Sunday Night Football
Announcers: Al Michaels, Cris Collinsworth, Michele Tafoya
NBC is the home of every single Sunday Night Football game. And luckily NBC is a local channel that most everyone can gain access to for free, if you have a digital antenna strong enough to receive the channel. No cable required, though every cable package (usually and automatically) includes all local channels, including NBC.
For those without a landline cable provider living in a more remote location, you still have options to get NBC beamed into your television set. Cable satellite providers such as DirecTV and DISH Network offer very affordable monthly cable packages that include the NBC channel.
Al Michaels does the play-by-play announcing for all Sunday Night Football games, with Cris Collinsworth alongside in the booth, doing color commentary. Michele Tafoya assists the two, doing sideline reporting during the game.
1.) NBCSports. Live stream any Sunday Night Football game from this link, or download the app and stream from any mobile or streaming device that carries the app. You will need to sign in with your cable info (login and password of your account) for access.
For those without traditional cable (only a digital antenna for local TV access) a few more options exist..
2.) Sling TV, YouTubeTV, HuluTV, FuboTV, Playstation Vue, and DirecTV Now. All of these options are online cable services, a la carte style. So you can get the equivalent of basic cable that you can access from any PC, Mac, smart phone or tablet, plus streaming devices like Apple TV, Roku, etc.
SlingTV is listed first, as it's the cheapest package that includes NBC, for $19.99/month. The other 5 options range in price up to $75/month, all with trial periods and no contracts. For those just looking to stream NBC for the NFL regular season, all of these options give you that ability, and much more. Worth looking into each and picking the one that makes the most sense for you.
Audio Options for Sunday Night Football
Online Radio Options
NBC Sports Radio. NBC offers both live and on demand audio from this link. Sunday Night Football's audio feed will air live there. You can also download the iOS NBC Sports Radio app, for any iPhone or iPad.
Satellite Radio Options
SiriusXM offers NBC Sports Radio, which live streams the audio broadcast of every Sunday Night Football game. You will need a subscription for SiriusXM though, either set up in your vehicle, or they have combo packages for 'Car & Streaming Subscriptions' as well.
Local FM/AM Radio Options
NBC doesn't offer an organized listing of all the affiliated NBC Sports' radio stations, which would air the audio feed of all Sunday Night Football games. This is because there aren't many dedicated NBC Sports Radio stations. Instead, local radio sports channels take on this task, either by airing the national audio feed (a license deal with NBC), or by providing local commentary. NFL fans can scroll through their FM/AM radio tuner, and should be able to easily find a local station airing commentary.
Wikipedia also offers a small listing of the dedicated NBC Sports Radio affiliates across the US.