How to Watch Live NFL on a PC
During the NFL season, dozens of games can be seen on networks such as NBC, CBS and FOX, but oftentimes those games are limited depending on where you live. To catch multiple games, see multiple angles or chat with fans at the same time, watch NFL games live from the computer. Games stream from multiple Web sites and they all offer different options for users. To watch NFL games on your computer, you need a high-speed internet connection.
Things You'll Need
- High-speed internet connection
Watch Sunday Night Football at NBC.com. NBC airs the game on their network on Sunday nights, but computer users can take advantage of their exclusive online coverage. Click on different angles of the game, see live stats and watch replays over and over using the special game feed.
See every NFL game with DirecTV's NFL Sunday Ticket. Users must have a subscription to Sunday Ticket to access the Web site that offers streaming links to every game in the NFL. Fans can watch games on both coasts no matter where they are.
Watch Thursday night games at NFL.com. Midway through the NFL season, there are a collection of Thursday night games that air on the NFL Network. NFL.com also hosts these games and computer users can watch live coverage and get in-depth analysis and stats on the game.
Find streaming games at Channelsurfing.net. This Web site updates their menu of games everyday. Scroll down on the main page of the Web site and look for an NFL logo on the left side of the screen. The game will be listed to the right and will load instantly with one mouse click. During Sundays there may be slight delays, so wait a couple extra minutes for a game to load.
Watch live games at Justin.TV. Click on the "Channels" link and find the "Sports" channel during a time when NFL games are on. There should be dozens of links to football games, but if you can't find any, search for the specific football team in the upper right of the Web site. Use the chat box located to the right of the streaming video to discuss the game and the NFL in general.