With the NFL regular season more than halfway complete, NFL fans continue to flock to their TV sets, mobile phones, connected TVs, desktops and laptops waiting to watch their favorite teams. Sunday, the Cleveland Browns will play the Cincinnati Bengals at 10 a.m. PST/1 p.m. EST at Paul Brown Stadium in Cleveland.
If you want to watch the games for free you have a couple of options. The NFL app and the Yahoo Sports app will be streaming the game. However, both apps are only available on your smartphones, not via Wi-Fi, so check your data plans.
But if you’re willing to pay, there’s plenty of TV-compatible options for cord-cutters.
Sports-centric service FuboTV is the most robust, with live-streamed games from CBS, NBC, Fox, NFL Network and NFL RedZone.
The NFL Network is also available on Sling TV, DirecTV Now, YouTube TV, Hulu with Live TV, and PlayStation Vue, all of which provide free trials for people who haven’t previously signed up.
Cable customers can also watch select games on the Fox Sports Go and the NBC app, using their service provider login.