If you want to catch the NFL playoffs, but won’t be able to get near a television to watch the action, here’s how to watch the NFL playoffs live on iPhone.
The NFL recently announced that all playoff games, including Super Bowl 50 and the 2016 Pro Bowl will be able to be watched on the iPhone while on the go. If this is something that interests you, then keep reading.
Keep in mind that there are some caveats and some other drawbacks that you should know about, as streaming live sports is never straightforward (and probably never will be during the foreseeable future).
Eight teams are competing for a chance at a Super Victory, and it should be an interesting one this year. The Chiefs and Texans, as well as the Steelers and Bengals will be playing today, while the Seahawks and Vikings, as well as the Packers and Redskins will play tomorrow.
The NFL playoffs is a one-game elimination, so the winner of these games will move on to the next round to play against the Patriots, Cardinals, Panthers, and the Broncos, respectively.
If you won’t be near a television during these games, here’s how to watch the NFL playoffs on iPhone.
Here are all the apps and services that will be live streaming NFL playoff games.
NFL Mobile: The NFL Mobile app will be streaming every single playoff game for Verizon customers. While the app is available on non-Verizon devices, only Verizon customers can live stream every game for free.
CBS Sports: All AFC playoff games, as well as Super Bowl 50 will be available to live stream using the CBS Sports app. Users can also go to CBSSports.com to streaming the games live on their computer, and access is even available on Xbox One, Apple TV, Roku, Chromecast, Windows 10, iPad and Android tablets.
FOX Sports GO: Playoff games that will air on FOX will also be available to live stream on the iPhone through the FOX Sports GO app. FOX games include Green Bay vs Washington, a divisional playoff game, and the NFC Championship game.
NBC Sports Live Extra: All playoff games that will air on NBC will also be available to stream on iPhones using the NBC Sports Live Extra app. They’ll also be able to stream on PCs, tablets, Apple TV, Roku and Amazon Fire TV. NBC games include Seattle at Minnesota and a divisional playoff game.
WatchESPN: Kansas City at Houston, as well as the 2016 Pro Bowl will be available to stream using the WatchESPN app.
Of course, the best option is the NFL Mobile app for Verizon customers, as they’ll be able to stream every game, even without needing a cable subscription, which is a great deal, but all the above options are free, but may require a cable subscription depending on the service.