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  • The NFL playoffs continue with the Divisional round games on January 22 and January 23.

  • NFL games are spread across several channels, including NFL Network, ESPN, NBC, Fox, and CBS.

  • HD antennas and streaming services

     offer select NFL games without the need for a cable subscription.

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The NFL playoffs continue with four Divisional round matchups this weekend, including Sunday games for last year's Super Bowl teams, the Tampa Bay Buccaneers and the Kansas City Chiefs.

The NFL playoffs use a single game elimination format, so every loss means the end of a team's season. The team with the better regular season record gets home field advantage during the divisional round of the playoffs. The Tennessee Titans and Green Bay Packers secured byes in the first round of the playoffs after earning the top records in the AFC and NFC, respectively.

The remaining NFL playoff games will be broadcast on CBS, Fox, and NBC. To access these channels without a TV or cable provider, you'll need to use a live TV streaming service like Sling TV or Fubo TV. Paramount Plus will stream games on CBS to premium subscribers, while Peacock will stream games that air on NBC.

NFL Divisional round playoff schedule

The NFL Divisional Playoff features two games on Saturday, January 22 and two games on Sunday, January 23.

Every game of the NFL playoffs will be broadcast nationally between NBC, CBS, Fox, and ABC/ESPN; Super Bowl XVI will air on NBC on February 13.

Game

Date and timeChannel
Cincinatti Bengals at Tennessee TitansJanuary 20, 4:30 p.m. ETCBS, Paramount Plus
San Francisco 49ers at Green Bay PackersJanuary 15, 8:15 p.m. ETFox
Los Angeles Rams at Tampa Bay BuccaneersJanuary 23, 3 p.m. ETNBC, Peacock
San Francisco 49ers at Dallas CowboysJanuary 23, 6:30 p.m. ETCBS, Paramount Plus

How to watch NFL games without cable

You can access select NFL games without a cable subscription via streaming services like Hulu + Live TV, Sling TV, FuboTV, YouTube TV, Paramount Plus, Amazon Prime Video, Peacock Premium, and NFL Sunday Ticket. You can also watch local NFL games with an HDTV antenna.

The 2021 NFL regular season began on September 9. During the regular season, Sunday afternoon games with an NFC home team will typically air on Fox, and Sunday afternoon games with an AFC home team will typically air on CBS.

Meanwhile, Sunday Night Football airs on NBC, and Thursday Night Football is broadcast on NFL Network all season long. Select Thursday Night Football games are also shown on Fox and streamed via Amazon Prime and Twitch . Finally, Monday Night Football is on ESPN. 

Additionally, you can stream all your local in-market games on your mobile device for free using the Yahoo Sports app or the NFL app.

Source : https://www.businessinsider.com/guides/tech/how-to-watch-nfl-football-without-cable

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