How to Stream the 2019 NFL Kickoff Game (Packers vs Bears)

Tomorrow night, the NFL kicks off its regular season with a classic matchup between the Green Bay Packers and the Chicago Bears. The game will be at 7:20 p.m. ET and will be broadcasted on NBC, making it so that everyone has the opportunity to watch it with the national audience.

How to stream the game:

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Live TV streaming services: These are the first of your options. The ones that are on the highest of our recommendations for this game will be YouTube TV (highest chance of having your local NBC station), Hulu with Live TV, fuboTV, PlayStation Vue and AT&T NOW TV.

The reason we are not recommending Sling TV is that even though it is one of the cheapest of them all, they do not carry a lot of local affiliates that are needed in order to watch the game.

NBC Sports app and website: In order to stream it from the NBC Sports app and website, you will have to sign-in with your TV provider credentials in order to stream it from there.

NFL Mobile app: This year, no matter who your carrier is, you will be able to stream local and national NFL games. However, the games being streamed from the app will only be the ones in your area. If you get the Minnesota Vikings game on one of your local stations, then that will be one of the games you will see on the NFL Mobile app. Also, you will only be able to stream it from your cellular-connected iPhone or iPad, or cellular-connected device.

Yahoo Sports: Again, almost the same thing as the NFL Mobile app. You will be able to stream your local and national games from the Yahoo Sports app. Only difference between this and NFL Mobile is that fans can stream on an iPhone, iPod Touch, iPad, Apple TV and Mac.

All of the services mentioned in this (other than the NFL Mobile app) are available on the iPhone, iPod Touch, iPad, Apple TV and Mac.

Additionally, here is how you can stream games for the rest of the 2019 NFL season.

David Becker
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Kristen Baker
Kristen Baker
2 years ago

Nice article, and it makes me a bit scared that a NFL fan in my city would make that kind of comparison. The whole concept of a sports league could be applied to other sports sports. This article has a very bad premise, but it has a lot of great points. I remember seeing something about football teams that they were trying to do on weekends, so they could see where their goals are. If there were a coach who was interested in sports for the first time, it would be obvious how much their goals would be, and their goals would be determined from what they were aiming to achieve. The whole thing could be done with a set of goals for each season, so that the NFL could see how the goals are in every week. I hope I can also watch it on my jio apps.