With Super Bowl 48 right around the corner, it’s time to look at some of the mobile apps you’ll want on your phone or tablet while preparing for the big game between the Denver Broncos and Seattle Seahawks.
If you just can’t stand the thought of not watching NFL football this weekend, you do have an option… sort of… the NFL Pro Bowl. It’s not exactly real competitive football by any stretch of the imagination, but it doesn’t feature many NFL stars and it will live stream online via NBC Sports Live Extra.
So, you can’t watch Super Bowl 48 on TV, but don’t want to miss the Broncos and Seahawks fight over the Lombardi trophy? Well, again in 2014, the Super Bowl will be streamed live and will be available on your internet connected computer, iPad, or mobile phone via Verizon.
Watch NFC Championship: San Francisco vs Seattle Live Online (But Only If You Authenticate With One of the Approved Providers)
While the AFC Championship game will be available via free live stream at CBSSports.com, Fox has chosen to take the less inclusive route with its live stream of the NFC Championship game. You can watch the game online or via the FoxSportsGo App, but only if you pay for a TV subscription with AT&T U-Verse, Cablevision’s Optimum, Comcast’s Xfinity, Midcontinent Communications, Suddenlink, or Wow.
If you can’t be on your couch on Sunday to watch this year’s uber-anticipated AFC Championship game between the New England Patriots and Denver Broncos, you can still watch for free online or on your iPad or Android tablet device.
For the 3rd year in a row the Super Bowl will be streamed live and free without any need to authenticate with a TV Provider. The free live stream will be available through the browser at FoxSportsGo.com or through the FoxSportsGoApps.
The Wild Card round of the NFL Playoffs takes place this weekend and NBC Sports will once again live stream the Saturday broadcasts live online and mobile via the NBC Sports Live Extra app.
Again this year you won’t need to get the NFL Network to enjoy that third helping of NFL Football on Thanksgiving night. Just like last season, the game will be broadcast by NBC. If you can’t be in front of the TV, you can still watch the game live online or on your iPad.
Looking for ways to listen to your favorite NFL team’s games each Sunday? We’ve gathered together a collection of resources to get you that audio feed.
Well, the deal that had NFL fans scrambling to Amazon.com to gobble up the new Madden 25 Anniversary Edition seems to be over.
The NFL season kicks off this weekend. Here’s a list of NFL Apps for your iPad that deliver the latest NFL News and information, and even let you watch NFL games.
Don’t have HBO but want to check out the buzz around HBO’s 2013 edition of Hard Knocks? It’s currently available for free at HBO.com.
The NFL Mobile app has been updated with a new look and feel for 2013. One of the big changes is NFL Mobile will now be available to all carriers and eligible devices, not just those of Verizon customers. Well, except for one huge caveat…
Looking for ways you can watch the NFL Red Zone either online or on your tablet or mobile device? Here’s a list of available ways to watch (leagally, of course!)