Watching an NFL game on your computer can be achieved in a variety of ways, though the internet is full of sites that offer live streaming of sporting events, including NFL games, most of the time those videos are from low quality, since it is being transmitted by a webcam pointed at a television while the event happens. There are better ways to watch live NFL games than that.
Subscribe to DirecTV
A DirectTV subscriber has the option to order the NFL Sunday Ticket, which offers all parties out of the market during the regular season. Regular season games broadcast by the local subsidiary of the chain are not available on the NFL Sunday Ticket package, but will be available from the local subsidiaries of FOX and CBS provided by DirecTV. Once you have NFL Sunday Ticket you will have access to all Sunday games, including those at your local FOX and CBS online affiliate; To access these games, you must create an online account with DirecTV. Once established, the DirecTV website will direct those interested in watching the live matches to install an Adobe program called Supercast.
See “Sunday Night Football” on NBC and NFL Network
NFL regular season games broadcast on NBC’s “Sunday Night Football” are also available online; to access these live matches you have to go to http://nbcsports.msnbc.com in your browser and you will be directed to live streaming online from NBC. The NFL Network’s regular season games on Thursdays are also available online. Visit the NFL website; http://www.nfl.com to watch the broadcast of Thursday night games during the regular season, access will be available before and during the game.
Playoffs, Super Bowl and ESPN
ESPN does not offer online live streaming of its NFL game, “Monday Night Football”, however; there are several websites that can be found through search engines that claim to offer live streaming of the game; the same can be said of the playoff and Super Bowl games, which are not officially broadcast by the NFL or any of the major networks broadcasting NFL games. The websites broadcast by ESPN and the playoff matches do this by pointing a webcam to a television and then relaying it on the website. Quality, unlike online DirecTV and NBC during the regular season, is bad. “Monday Night Football” matches, as well as playoff games and the Super Bowl, are available on local broadcasting radios, usually in AM. If you do not have access to a television during a playoff game or “Monday Night Football”, a radio may be your best choice.