As we get ready to close out the NFL regular season and head on into the post-season, there is a lot to get excited about; especially if you’re looking to cut the cord and finally KilltheCableBill. Not only can you watch the NFL without cable, but it’s also incredibly easy to do.
Today, we’re going to show all of the amazing NFL games coming up in the month of December and how you can tune in every Sunday without a cable subscription. Let’s get to it!
Here’s a look at what games you have to look forward to in the month of December!
Sunday, Dec. 3
Sunday, Dec. 10
Sunday, Dec. 17
Sunday, Dec. 24
Sunday, Dec. 31
Now here’s how you can watch the NFL on Sunday without cable!
The easiest way to watch the NFL without a cable subscription is through an over-the-air (OTA) antenna. For those of you that don’t know, an OTA antenna is basically the modern version of the old rabbit-eared antennas you grew up with; the only exception being that they’re much smaller, more reliable, and can give you 1080i HD picture.
With an OTA antenna, you’ll be able to pick up all of the major broadcast networks; such as NBC, CBS, and FOX. The only downside is that what you watch will most likely be determined by where you live, unless you’re watching a national broadcast.
If you don’t know what game airs in your area, you can always check 506Sports.com for an in-depth look. And if the game of your choice doesn’t happen to air where you live, fortunately there’s another great way to catch it; and it’s called NFL Game Pass.
NFL Game Pass is an online streaming service that allows you to watch every single NFL game in a given season for just $99 a season. You get live game-audio, condensed 45-minute games, classic Super Bowl match-ups, coaches film, and more. It is hands down one of the best streaming services in professional sports and it’s definitely worth a look.
The catch is, and there’s always a catch, is that you won’t be able to live-stream any of the games. Instead, the game is made available usually immediately after the game’s broadcast ends. Depending on the game you’ll occasionally have to wait an extra hour or two after the game ends before you can stream it, but that just gives you more time to watch some extra football!
Since it’s December, and we’re well on our way to the season, you should be able to pay a discounted rate for NFL Game Pass. Currently, you can sign up for only $75 (far cheaper than a cable subscription) but that number might go down further as the month progresses. To learn more check out this NFL Game Pass overview article.
Cord cutters sound off! What are your December NFL Picks? Who’s going to make it to the playoffs? Let us know in the comments below or tell us on social media!
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