NFL's Sunday & Monday Night Football: Stream Live Football Online Without Cable

AMG | Odell Beckham Jr. of the Cleveland Browns runs with the ball against the Indianapolis Colts on October 11, 2020. Photo Courtesy: Jason Miller/Getty Images

For many people, fall is their favorite season — not because of pumpkin spice or the colorful leaves, but because of football. Despite its ups and (numerous) downsthe National Football League (NFL) has an incredibly dedicated fanbase. During the 2019–20 season, the NFL made a whopping $15.26 billion, and while many football diehards are looking to return to stadiums this season, many of us will still be watching from the comfort of home. 

If you're not one to brave the crowds, there are more ways than ever to support your team from your couch — and you don't even need a cable package. If you've cut the cable cord to save money in this era of digital streaming services, we've rounded up a few of the best (and safest) ways to stream NFL games for free (or almost free). Now that's a touchdown.