How to Stream NFL Games Online – Week 3 Schedule 2019


Week 3 already?! The injuries are piling up and AB can’t seem to stay out of trouble, not that it matters, since everyone is already crowning the Patriots as the winner of the next twenty Superbowl’s and Tom Brady will play until he is 65 and be the first AARP eligible NFL player (new endorsement deal?).

A few match-ups to watch for Week 3. For Thursday Night Football we have the Titans at the Jaguars on the NFL Network. The Sunday night game on NBC is the Rams and Browns and Monday Night Football is the killer Bears D (That hurts to say) against the lowly Redskins. 

Want to stream your favorite games? See the full NFL Week 3 schedule below and which services will be streaming their game.

NFL Schedule – Week 3: How To Watch Online

Week 03September 19, 2019Tennessee Titans @ Jacksonville Jaguars7:20 PM on NFLSling TV | ATT Now | Hulu Live
Week 03September 22, 2019Atlanta Falcons @ Indianapolis Colts12:00 PM on CBSHulu Live | CBS All Access
Week 03September 22, 2019Baltimore Ravens @ Kansas City Chiefs12:00 PM on CBSHulu Live | CBS All Access
Week 03September 22, 2019Carolina Panthers @ Arizona Cardinals3:05 PM on FOXSling TV | ATT Now | Hulu Live | fuboTV
Week 03September 22, 2019Cincinnati Bengals @ Buffalo Bills12:00 PM on CBSHulu Live | CBS All Access
Week 03September 22, 2019Denver Broncos @ Green Bay Packers12:00 PM on FOXSling TV | ATT Now | Hulu Live | fuboTV
Week 03September 22, 2019Detroit Lions @ Philadelphia Eagles12:00 PM on FOXSling TV | ATT Now | Hulu Live | fuboTV
Week 03September 22, 2019Houston Texans @ Los Angeles Chargers3:25 PM on CBSHulu Live | CBS All Access
Week 03September 22, 2019Los Angeles Rams @ Cleveland Browns7:20 PM on NBCSling TV | ATT Now | Hulu Live
Week 03September 22, 2019Miami Dolphins @ Dallas Cowboys12:00 PM on FOXSling TV | ATT Now | Hulu Live | fuboTV
Week 03September 22, 2019New Orleans Saints @ Seattle Seahawks3:25 PM on CBSHulu Live | CBS All Access
Week 03September 22, 2019New York Giants @ Tampa Bay Buccaneers3:05 PM on FOXSling TV | ATT Now | Hulu Live | fuboTV
Week 03September 22, 2019New York Jets @ New England Patriots12:00 PM on CBSHulu Live | CBS All Access
Week 03September 22, 2019Oakland Raiders @ Minnesota Vikings12:00 PM on FOXSling TV | ATT Now | Hulu Live | fuboTV
Week 03September 22, 2019Pittsburgh Steelers @ San Francisco 49ers3:25 PM on CBSHulu Live | CBS All Access
Week 03September 23, 2019Chicago Bears @ Washington Redskins7:15 PM on ESPNSling TV | ATT Now | Hulu Live

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How to Watch the NFL Online

Anyone can watch football games live on a Smart TV, computer, or mobile device. The NFL has spread viewing rights all over the place and on all different channels and even social media platforms. The key to watching your favorite team online is knowing which channel they are on each week and picking the service with those channels. Picking a streaming service with live local channels as well as ESPN and the NFL Network gives you the best chance in catching all your teams games online.

NFL On Streaming TV Apps

Sling TV

Sling TV can be easily accessed on most streaming devices like Apple TV, Roku, Chromecast, or Amazon Fire TV. Although Sling TV has two different NFL packages with different features and benefits, it is possible to pay for both. Sling Orange ($25/mo) has ESPN for your Monday Night Games and Sling Blue ($25/mo) has the NFL Network for Thursday Night Football. Get both for $40/mo saving you $10/mo plus Sling has a deal now with a free trial and where you can get both for $25 for your first month.

Sling TV is a good option if you do not want to be tied down to a contract. You get full access to ESPN and NFL and have the liberty of canceling your subscription at the end of the season. Make sure you have good access to the Internet to stream content via the Sling TV app. Local channels on Sling depends on where you live, you can check which local channels are available in your area here.

Hulu + Live TV

Hulu + Live TV is different than Hulu but is very competitive in pricing especially when it comes to sports channels and live local channels so you won’t miss your team play this week. Hulu + Live TV only offers one package which is $44.99/mo and includes your NBC, CBS, Fox and ABC local channels (depending on where you live) and ESPN (Monday Night Football). Hulu Live doesn’t offer the NFL Network so you’ll need to watch your Thursday Night game on your local network.

Hulu with Live TV offers your first week free and then is $44.99/mo after.

fubo TV

fuboTV started as being the cornerstone for online sports viewing. They started but have now shifted to all forms of entertainment channels still with a huge selection of sports channels available.

The fubo standard package is $54.99/mo and is great for a ton of sports, especially college football, MLB, soccer and more. With no ESPN channels in its package, on Monday night, you would have to watch your local NFL team on your live local streaming channels like NBC, Fox and CBS. If that isn’t an issue for you, fuboTV is a great option for lovers of ALL types of sports and local channels.

AT&T Now

Recently, DirecTV Now re-branded under its new name, AT&T Now. While not the most cost-effective options for streaming, they offer several television packages with many channels starting at $50/mo all the way to $135/mo. This streaming service is the closest you will get to a full cable/satellite TV experience from a streaming television provider.

Like the other services mentioned above, AT&T Now offers live local streaming channels (ABC, CBS, NBC and Fox) where available. It also has ESPN so you won’t miss the Monday Night Football game but there is no NFL Network, so you will need to watch your local team on your live local station. Live local stations and ESPN come in all their packages which start at $50/mo – you can view and compare the packages here.

The biggest benefit of trying AT&T Now is that they give you the ability to add/bundle internet with your streaming package. So you if you looking at trying to save money on your internet, you may pay more for the streaming packages but could potentially save more by switching your internet to them. Something to consider.

CBS All Access

Less of a full-service cord cutting option and more of a add-on option, CBS All Access gives you access to live CBS feeds as well as the full CBS on demand library. If you games are mostly on CBS (AFC games) – this may be worth the $5.99/mo after a 7 day free trial.

Thursday Night Football – Week 3


For 2019, Thursday Night Football games are often aired on three channels: NFL Network, Fox and Amazon Prime Video.

This week, for Titans at Jaguars, the TNF game will be on the NFL Network which is available on fuboTV and Sling. If you are in Tennessee or Jacksonville, you can view on your local stations (where available) with Hulu Live and AT&T Now.

If you don’t have access to live local streaming channels or your team is playing on Thursday Night but you want to watch the game anyways, finding a streaming service with the NFL network is your best bet.

Sunday Night Football – Week 3

The Sunday Night Football game this week is against the Rams at Cleveland and is on NBC. You can catch this on any service with live local channels. See the table above for service options.

Monday Night Football – Week 3

Monday Night Football for week 3 is Chicago at Washington. All MNF games are available to anyone with a valid subscription to the ESPN channel or streaming service with ESPN as part of their package like Sling, or Hulu Live. Additionally, Monday night football games are also available on the Yahoo Sports app, or NFL App.

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