NFL RedZone is free on Sunday, September 19. Many are searching to find how to watch NFL Sunday football games online as the 2010 football season is now in fully swing. There are many options, including a special offer from the NFL Network, with a free offering of NFL RedZone starting at 1pm ET.
In addition, football fans can catch NFL coverage on live television, DirectTV to Go for iPad and iPhone, and some live streaming sites like the new ivi TV (JustinTV has been disabled for TOS violations). Running updates on Twitter will keep NFL fans in the know.
ivi TV: Released last week, this live television app enables anyone with an internet connection to watch live TV anywhere in the world. Sound good, NFL fans? It’s $4.99 a month and it’s totally legal. The company pays broadcasters under the Copyright Act. http://www.ivi.tv/
NFL RedZone: It’s free today, so check your local cable provider to see if it’s offered in your area. For more information, go to Redzonetv.nfl.com. “Watch every touchdown from every game” is the RedZone motto. Subscription packages start at $29.95 per month.
NFL.com: Last year, NFL.com offered free re-broadcasts of locally blacked out games on NFL.com beginning at midnight on the day of the game and remain available for 72 hours. It looks like the 2010 NFL season will work in a similar fashion but Monday Night Football telecasts will not be included. To watch an NFL game online free, go to NFL.com and click on the game access tab. If the game is blacked out, there should be free access to it on the site.
DirecTV NFL Sunday Ticket to Go: Add this option to your NFL SUNDAY TICKET subscription and you can watch every game every Sunday on your smartphone, iPad or your computer.
Twitter: Twitter fans are often a great source of information on the game. Visit search.twitter.com and put in your team’s name. The stream of people who are talking about the game will immediately be visible.
Twackle.com is also another free resource to keep you in touch with the NFL games.
JustinTV: Livestreaming of NFL games (see widget below) New Android App also available. (it looks like games are disabled this week due to terms of service violations)
NFL Mobile Live on Sprint: Postgame highlights of all games are available after each game on NFL Mobile Live for Sprint customers.
NFL Scoreboard ESPN: Updated real-time scoreboard for ESPN games (http://scores.espn.go.com/nfl/scoreboard )
NFL.com offers a complete list of the 2010 NFL season schedule: http://www.nfl.com/schedules