Now Streaming: How to Watch the NFL on Your G-Box
The NFL regular season kicked off officially this week and will continue through December. The kickoff game began with the defending Super Bowl LII champion Philadelphia Eagles defeating the Atlanta Falcons. The 32 teams will face off to play their division rivals two times in the regular season. Catch these NFL games and your favorite players to see who makes it to the playoff on the G-Box Q3 Plus streaming set-top box. We’re starting off this season right with our NFL our G-Box Q3 Plus giveaway.
Where To Watch
NFL fans can cut the cord this regular season and catch their favorite teams on few different apps listed here and in our Matricom Madness Streaming Guide. Now you may not get to see every game for free with these apps, but you will be able to stream the games you want to watch.
Fox Sports Go
Die-hard football fans with a cable subscription will be able to stream dozens of NFL games. The G-Box Q3 Plus supports the Fox Sports Go app for more sports other than the NFL games. Fox Sports Go app lets you watch live sports and recorded games including NFL, MLB, NBA, NHL, NASCAR, MMA, UFC, NCAA college games and more. The app is free to download just put in your cable provider credentials to get started.
Sling TV offers two plans that offer live NFL games. Fans have the choice of choosing either a Blue plan, Orange plan or both plans at $40 for both or $25 individually. The Sling Blue plan includes Thursday and Sunday games on Fox, NBC, and the NFL Network, while the Sling Orange plan only includes Monday night games on ESPN. You can add the NFL Red Zone to the Blue package for an additional 10 bucks to get all the Sunday games.
This application can let you stream all Sunday, Monday, and Thursday night games on channels like CBS, Fox, NBC, ESPN, and the NFL Network. For $40 dollars a month you can stream the games on CBS and Fox on Sunday afternoons, Sunday Night Football on NBC, Monday Night Football on ESPN and Thursday Night Football on Fox.
Hulu with Live TV
Besides the NFL network, you can stream the games live on CBS, Fox, NBC, and ESPN with Hulu Live Tv. Watch the Sunday afternoon games on CBS and Fox. Check out the Monday night games with ESPN and even the Sunday night games on NBC. See the 11 Thursday night games on Fox and the rest of these games for only $40 a month.
How about Free?
Majority of the apps mentioned above stream the games for $40 bucks and it seems to be like that all across the board. Want to know where are the free options are at? Well, there is a free* way to watch the games. In an area with good reception, viewers can see the games for free on over-the-air broadcast channels. If you don’t have an antenna, you can probably pick one up for about $20 dollars or build your own for about five dollars here. If you’re a local fan then you can watch your team play free every week. You can also see the other games on Sunday on CBS and Fox and the 11 Thursday night games too on Fox.
Win a G-Box Q3 Plus
Matricom is kicking off this season with a G-Box Q3 Plus giveaway. Hurry up and enter to win.