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NFL’s Sunday & Monday Night Football: Stream Live Football Online Without Cable
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) downs , the National Football League (NFL) has an incredibly dedicated fanbase. The NFL made a whopping $11 billion in 2021, 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.
The easiest way to watch NFL games online is through FuboTV , a digital streaming service accessible on computers, smartphones, tablets, and Smart TVs. With a monthly subscription fee of $69.99 — far cheaper than most cable packages — the service gives you access to all of the major networks (CBS, NBC, FOX) as well as the NFL Network and ESPN. Best of all, your subscription lets you tune into both live games and post-game commentary — just like good old-fashioned cable.
Can’t get enough of sports? FuboTV is great for hockey, golf, baseball, and basketball fans; the NHL Network, NBA TV, MLB Network, Golf Channel, and Big Ten Network are just a few of the other sports stations on offer. FuboTV also provides access to tons of other popular networks. After the big game, tune into your favorites on Bravo, AMC, Showtime, E!, Food Network, HGTV, USA, Hallmark Channel, Freeform, TLC, TV Land, Nickelodeon, and more. And, with your subscription, you’ll have access to 500 hours of Cloud DVR Plus, which means you can record NFL games if you’ve got other plans on a Sunday or Monday night. Not sure if it’s for you? Luckily, FuboTV offers a seven-day free trial.
Want a less expensive way to stream live NFL games? Try Sling TV . Plans start at just $17.50 for your first month, and there are a few different packages to consider. The Sling Blue package gives you access to FOX, NBC, NFL Network, and other networks, while Sling Orange provides access to ESPN, ESPN 2 and ESPN 3.
The best deal? Combine both packages — for $50 a month, you can access the full range of networks offered by the Sling Orange + Blue package. In addition to all the basic, must-have sports networks, you’ll be able to access TNT, Big Ten Network, AMC, HGTV, USA, E!, and many, many more with this affordable cable-replacement service. Currently, Sling TV is offering your first month at half off so you can try out their services as the NFL season gets rolling.
Hulu + Live TV
Hulu is already a popular streaming service when it comes to watching old favorites as well as new, original programming, like The Handmaid’s Tale , Only Murders in the Building and Nine Perfect Strangers . However, what you may not know is that Hulu is also great for watching sports. With the service’s Live TV service — which costs $69.99 per month — you can stream live NFL games that are airing on NBC, CBS, FOX, ESPN, and the NFL Network all from your Hulu app. Yes, it’s that easy!
With a subscription to Hulu + Live TV , you have access to as many NFL football games as you can watch this season. If you can’t watch a particular game live, use the DVR function to record games. Plus, Hulu offers a seven-day free trial, so you can get a better sense of whether or not it’s worth the upgrade.
It seems new streaming services hit the market on a near-constant basis. One of the latest is Vidgo , a streaming service aimed at sports fans. For $59.95, you can access ESPN and the NFL Network as well as ABC and FOX. Not to mention, you’ll also be able to peruse up to 95 other channels, including FOX Sports, ESPN 2, ESPN U, and Big Ten Network. If you’re a fan of college sports, Vidgo’s PAC 12 offerings may just put it above the competition.
And for days when you rather bench your sports fandom, you can also tune into entertainment networks like Comedy Central, CMT, Food Network, Freeform, Game Show Network, HGTV, Hallmark, Lifetime, TV Land, Nickelodeon, Paramount Network, TLC, and more.
Other Streaming Services NFL Fans Should Consider
There are many — perhaps an overwhelming amount of — streaming platforms out there, and quite a few of them are perfect for football fans and all-around sports enthusiasts. Best of all, most of these services offer competitive pricing and packages, which means you can find something that really suits your viewing habits.
- Paramount+ (previously CBS All Access): For just $4.99 per month you can access all of the NFL’s Sunday football matchups in real time.
- Amazon Prime : Watch “Thursday Night Football” games through your Amazon Prime subscription.
- AT&T TV : Watch NFL games on all four major networks (CBS, ABC, FOX, and NBC) for $70 per month.
- NFL Game Pass : Watch any NFL game — as well as replays — for $99 per month.
- NFL Mobile App : Stream live local-market and primetime national football games on your Apple or Android device through your cable provider.
- Peacock : NBCUniversal’s streaming service lets you watch Sunday night football games broadcast on NBC for just $5 per month.
- YouTube TV : Stream NFL games broadcast on ESPN, Fox Sports, and the NFL Network on YouTube TV for just $65 per month.
- DirecTV NFL Sunday Ticket : For $69.99 a month, you can watch out-of-market Sunday NFL games through DirecTV
You can also watch NFL games on network apps, including NBC Sports, CBS Sports, Fox Sports, and WatchESPN. In addition, if you own an Amazon Fire TV or Fire TV device, say “ Alexa , play Thursday Night Football” and the game will start streaming live — for free .
All of this to say, it’s easier than ever before to stream live football, even if you don’t have traditional cable access. So, before too much of the NFL season passes you by, check out one of these services. After all, you don’t want to fumble a great deal.
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Some robotics challenges have immediately clear applications. Others are more focused on helping systems solve broader challenges. Teaching small robots to play soccer against one another fits firmly into the latter category.
The authors of a new paper detailing the use of reinforcement learning to teach MIT’s Mini Cheetah robot to play goalie note:
Soccer goalkeeping using quadrupeds is a challenging problem that combines highly dynamic locomotion with precise and fast non-prehensile object (ball) manipulation. The robot needs to react to and intercept a potentially flying ball using dynamic locomotion maneuvers in a very short amount of time, usually less than one second. In this paper, we propose to address this problem using a hierarchical model-free RL framework.
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Effectively, the robot needs to lock into a projectile and maneuver itself to block the ball in under a second. The robot’s parameters are defined in an emulator, and the Mini Cheetah relies on a trio of moves — sidestep, dive, and jump — to block the ball on its way to the goal by determining its trajectory while in motion.
To test the efficacy of the program, the team pitted the system against both a human component and a fellow Mini Cheetah. Notably, the same basic framework used to defend the goal can be applied to offense. The paper’s authors note, “In this work, we focused solely on the goalkeeping task, but the proposed framework can be extended to other scenarios, such as multi-skill soccer ball kicking.”
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An outcast pumpkin goes from zero to hero in this bright fable. Spookley is shunned by his round-pumpkin peers because of his square shape. But he proves he's not such a square when a terrible storm arrives and upends all the pumpkins---except for him. Bernie Denk directed the animated charmer, which is based on a story by Joe Troiano.
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Dare to be square! In a world where "The only good pumpkins are round pumpkins!" SPOOKLEY THE SQUARE PUMPKIN is often teased by the other pumpkins because of his odd shape. Soon, Spookley is befriended by Edgar, Allan and Poe, three hilarious spiders, who convince Spookley that square or not, he has a right to be the "Pick of the Patch" on Halloween. "A square pumpkin the Pick of the Patch?" Not if mean round pumpkins Big Tom and Little Tom can help it. These two bullies tease and taunt Spookley because of his square roots. Encouraged to continue to become the "Pick of the Patch" by kindly Jack the Scarecrow and his bat sidekicks, Boris and Bella, Spookley isn't sure he has what it takes until a mighty storm threatens to destroy the entire patch. As the storm rolls the round pumpkins uncontrollably across the patch towards the raging river, Spookley realizes "it's fine to be round while the weather is fair, but there are times it's better to be a square!"
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