NFL 2019 season has reached Week 3 and there will be 14 amazing games played on Sunday and one remaining on Monday. It just doesn’t end there as hundreds of NFL games will be played over the course of the next few months until a team wins the Super Bowl 2020 trophy. It is important to catch all the action live and watch every NFL game online at the second it happens on the field.
NFL week 3. Who wins Sunday?
— Life Of A Vikes Fan (@SkolBros) September 17, 2019
Luke Falk is… TOM BRADY!??!?!
– Both picked 199 in Draft
– Both 6'4''
– Both age 24 for first start
– Both making Week 3 debut as starter
– Both face NFL legend in first start (Brady vs Peyton in '01) pic.twitter.com/5K0l6axJ3r
— CBS Sports HQ (@CBSSportsHQ) September 19, 2019
Luckily, there are a lot of ways to live stream the NFL games and it is not limited to the US audience. NFL 2019 season games will be live-streamed all over the world and fans can watch it without any location issues. Here are the best ways to live stream the NFL Week 3 games and the rest of 2019 season from anywhere in the world.
NFL Game Pass Live Stream Watch
NFL currently have the New England Patriots as the last Super Bowl champions but it could change soon with other teams giving them a tough competition. Los Angeles Rams, Philadelphia Eagles, Kansas City Chiefs, New Orleans Saints, and Dallas Cowboys are showing a lot of promise in the current NFL season.
Anyone got a NFL game pass I can use 👀😂
— Clinton Gutherson (@ClintGutherson) September 15, 2019
The best way to watch any of the games is to use the option provided by the NFL league known as the NFL Game Pass. It is very easy to stream the matches live using Game Pass as it also has an Android and iOS Application. NFL Game Pass also supports Chromecast, Apple TV, PS4, Xbox One, and other devices. It just costs around $176 for the entire NFL 2019 season Game Pass subscription but it doesn’t work outside the US area and hence the below options can be used.
NFL Games Live from Anywhere in the World
- US: Sling TV, Hulu Live TV, Fubo TV, AT&T Now, Amazon Prime Video, Youtube TV
- UK: Sky Sports, Sky Go App, International Game Pass
- Canada: TSN, CTV, DAZN
- Australia: Foxtel, Foxtel GO, Kayo Sports
- Other regions: If you are an US citizen and currently outside, you can use a VPN service and set your home location to enjoy the NFL games online.