Live Stream NFL 2022 with NFL Game Pass

Updated: November 23, 2022

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The 2022 NFL season is in full swing, complete with thrilling finishes, standout rookies, and more Tom Brady drama than anyone could ever demand. The Week 12 slate features three Thanksgiving Day games, including a late-afternoon NFC East showdown between the New York Giants and Dallas Cowboys. Later in the week, Jalen Hurts and the Philadelphia Eagles battle Aaron Rodgers and the desperate Green Bay Packers in a must-see clash on Sunday Night Football.

Read on to learn how to live stream NFL football securely with ExpressVPN and enjoy every second of the action, all season long!

Watch out-of-market NFL games with NFL Game Pass International

Price: From 75 USD for the entire season

If you’re looking to watch out-of-market NFL games, or don’t have a U.S. cable subscription, NFL Game Pass International is your best option, as it offers live streams of every NFL game without blackouts.

You can access NFL Game Pass worldwide (outside the U.S. and Canada), but some games are blacked out in parts of Europe as well. Only users who sign up for Game Pass from select locations will have live-streaming access to every game, everywhere. Prices vary by region.

To watch NFL Game Pass International with a VPN:

  1. Get ExpressVPN.
  2. Connect to a non-U.S. location where all games are available. For assistance, contact ExpressVPN Support via live chat.
  3. Go to NFL Game Pass and sign up.
  4. Sit back and enjoy!

Watching on a computer? For the best streaming experience, use the ExpressVPN browser extension for Chrome, Firefox, or Edge.

NFL International Game Pass vs. NFL+

Until this year, there were two versions of NFL Game Pass: Game Pass International, and U.S. Game Pass. In 2022, the NFL discontinued U.S. Game Pass and introduced the NFL+ app. What’s the difference between watching NFL Game Pass International and NFL+ in the U.S.?


Price: 5-10 USD/month, or 40-80 USD/year

New in 2022, the NFL+ app offers NFL game live streams for a single team (within your home market) along with national primetime games. However NFL+ is only available for live streams on mobile and tablet devices, and does not stream as reliably as Game Pass. It provides streams of out-of-market preseason games, live game audio (for all games, with all feeds), and the NFL Films archive, but if you want to stream NFL games on your TV without blackouts, Game Pass International is the way to go.

NFL Game Pass International

Price: From 78 USD/year

In most other markets, such as Mexico, Brazil, and most EU countries, the international NFL Game Pass offers all 256 regular-season games plus the NFL Playoffs and Super Bowl. Users trying to watch the NFL in the UK or Ireland are subject to blackouts on some games, and for viewers who want to stream the NFL in Canada, Game Pass is available exclusively through DAZN.

Most international Game Pass subscribers get access to NFL RedZone, the NFL Network, and all NFL Films programming. There’s a seven-day free trial available.

Stream NFL games on services with free trials

One way to get your NFL fix is to explore cord-cutting services that have free trials. These services allow you to explore what works for you without making a financial commitment.

Stream games live on DAZN Canada

Price: 25 CAD/month or 199 CAD/year

You can tune in to the 2022-23 NFL season live on DAZN.

You may need to provide a valid Canadian credit/debit card and postal code (e.g., G1X 2W1, V9N 9C5). If you don’t have a Canadian bank account, you can subscribe via PayPal, Apple in-app purchase, or (pre-paid) gift card.

To watch the NFL live on DAZN:

  1. Get ExpressVPN.
  2. Connect to a server location in Canada.
  3. Go to DAZN Canada and sign up.
  4. Tune in and enjoy!

Watching on a computer? For the best streaming experience, use the ExpressVPN browser extension for Chrome, Firefox, or Edge.

Watching on mobile? Fire up the DAZN app on your Android or iOS device.

Want it on the big screen? Learn about all the ways to get ExpressVPN on your TV.

Watch on YouTube TV

Price: 65 USD/month and up

Channels: CBS, ESPN, Fox, and NBC

YouTube offers a variety of channels that carry NFL games and the subscription costs 65 USD/month. You may need to submit a U.S. zip code (e.g., 10022, 48104, etc.), but it accepts a wide array of payment options. If you don’t feel like committing to YouTube TV, use the five-day free trial.

To watch:

  1. Get ExpressVPN.
  2. Connect to a server location in the U.S.
  3. Visit YouTube TV and sign up
  4. Stream the games live!

Note: You may need a valid U.S. credit/debit card or PayPal to subscribe to YouTube TV. You can still subscribe to YouTube TV via Google Play, even if you don’t have a U.S. credit/debit card.

Want it on the big screen? Learn about all the ways to get ExpressVPN on your TV.

Stream the NFL on fuboTV

Price: 70 USD/month

Channels: CBS, ESPN, Fox, and NBC

How about another way to catch NFL games? Use the seven-day free trial on fuboTV to watch more football and other sports like MLB and the NHL!

To stream live NFL games with fuboTV:

  1. Get ExpressVPN.
  2. Connect to a server location in the United States, such as Chicago.
  3. Sign up on fuboTV.
  4. Tune in and enjoy!

Note: You will need a U.S. credit/debit card to subscribe. The billing address used may determine which local channels are available, and you may be unable to change your location.

Watching on a computer? For the best streaming experience, use the ExpressVPN browser extension for Chrome, Firefox, or Edge.

Live stream on Hulu + Live TV

Price: 70 USD/month and up

Channels: CBS, ESPN, Fox, and NBC

Hulu+Live TV is another way to catch live NFL games, although it doesn’t come with a free trial. Games shown are subject to regional availability and blackout restrictions. You may need to supply a valid U.S. postal code (e.g., 10012, 48104) and credit card.

To watch live NFL games with Hulu + Live TV:

  1. Get ExpressVPN.
  2. Connect to a server location in the United States, such as Chicago. For assistance, contact ExpressVPN Support via live chat.
  3. Go to Hulu and select a plan.
  4. Tune in to the action!

Watching on a computer? For the best streaming experience, use the ExpressVPN browser extension for Chrome, Firefox, or Edge.

Want it on the big screen? Learn about all the ways to get ExpressVPN on your TV.

NFL streaming options for select games

There are a few options that won’t give you access to all the games, but could fit your needs.

Watch the NFL for free on 7plus

Price: FREE

Australia’s Seven network airs two free games per week, with NFL live streams on its streaming platform 7plus, and will also air every playoff game. During the week you can also find replays, highlights, on-demand shows, and other bonus content on its 7mate channel.

The Week 9 slate on 7plus includes the Miami Dolphins visiting the Chicago Bears at 5 a.m. AEDT, along with the Seattle Seahawks vying for first place in the NFC West against the languishing Arizona Cardinals in the late game at 8:05 a.m. AEDT.

To watch the NFL for free online on 7plus:

  1. Get ExpressVPN.
  2. Connect to a server location in Australia
  3. Sign up at 7plus. You may need to provide an Australian postcode like 2001 or 3001.
  4. Check the schedule and start streaming on the 7mate channel!

Stream Thursday Night Football on Prime Video

Price: 15 USD/month

After previously airing on Fox and the NFL Network from 2018-21, Thursday Night Football officially moves to Amazon Prime Video for the 2022 season. This marks the first time NFL games have been locked behind a subscription service. However, fans in local markets will be able to watch the games without a Prime subscription. For example, a Chiefs fan living in Kansas City can watch the Chiefs-Chargers showdown through a local affiliate (depending on the market) in Week 2. All TNF games will air at 8:20 p.m. ET each week.

Note that Thursday night games in Week 1 (Buffalo Bills-Los Angeles Rams) and Week 12 (New England Patriots-Minnesota Vikings, playing on Thanksgiving) will air on NBC.

Check out the full Thursday Night Football schedule here.

Stream on Paramount+

Price: 5 USD/month

Channels: CBS

If you follow an AFC team, Paramount+ streams games that are broadcast on CBS, though you’ll have to ensure your location matches the correction market. If you don’t feel like committing to Paramount+ or only want to watch a specific game, there’s a seven-day free trial.

To watch:

  1. Get ExpressVPN.
  2. Connect to a server location in the U.S. that matches one of the teams in the game
  3. Visit Paramount+ and sign up
  4. On game day visit Paramount+ and find the games under ‘Live TV’
  5. Enjoy the games!

Watch the games live on Sling TV

Price: 35 USD/month and up

Channels: ESPN, Fox, and NBC

Sling TV provides access to most channels airing NFL games except for CBS and Amazon (so it’s a better solution if you follow an NFC team).

To watch the NFL live on Sling TV:

  1. Get ExpressVPN.
  2. Connect to a server location in the United States, such as Los Angeles. For assistance, contact ExpressVPN Support via live chat.
  3. Go to Sling TV and sign up for Sling Orange and Blue.
  4. Tune in and enjoy!

Watching on a computer? For the best streaming experience, use the ExpressVPN browser extension for Chrome, Firefox, or Edge.

Want it on the big screen? Learn about all the ways to get ExpressVPN on your TV.

Tune in on Peacock

Price: 5 USD/month

Using Peacock Premium you can watch NBC’s Sunday Night Football, occasional Thursday night games, and playoff games. Peacock costs 5 USD/month.

To watch:

  1. Get ExpressVPN.
  2. Connect to a server location in the U.S.
  3. Visit Peacock and sign up.
  4. Sign in and start streaming!

More Game Pass Information

If you’re looking for more information before committing to a Game Pass subscription, here are some answers to some of the questions you may have:

Is NFL Game Pass UK the same as International Game Pass?

In a word, no. Regional broadcasting rights in the UK and the Republic of Ireland mean certain games are subject to blackout restrictions.

This applies even if a subscriber from the UK or Ireland is in another part of the EU. Existing EU Portability Regulations require UK and Ireland blackout restrictions to apply no matter where in the EU the subscriber is.

Can I watch NFL Game Pass in Europe?

EU viewers who subscribe to NFL Game Pass from most locations other than the UK or Ireland should have access to all games live, although limited blackouts may apply if such users try to watch from the UK or Ireland.

Where is the cheapest location to get NFL International Game Pass?

NFL international Game Pass prices vary from region to region, but South American locations tend to offer the lowest prices, which can get as low as 75 USD for the season. For information about specific countries, contact ExpressVPN Support.

Subscription refunds are valid up to seven days from the purchase date. Free trial refunds are valid up to three days after the trial ends. More details can be found on the NFL Digital Care site.

Which devices can I watch International NFL Game Pass on?

NFL Game Pass works on the following devices. To set up ExpressVPN on your device, follow the corresponding link below:

NFL schedule 2022

The 2022-23 NFL season officially kicked off on Thursday, September 8 at 8:20 p.m. when the Buffalo Bills visit the reigning Super Bowl champs, the Los Angeles Rams. To see the full NFL schedule for 2022 and find out when your team is playing, visit

NFL Games of the Week

From potential playoff previews to matchups showcasing some of football’s best young talents, we have you covered with the best NFL games to stream this week. You can stream every game, all season long on NFL Game Pass but we have also noted alternative streaming options.

Detroit Lions vs. Buffalo Bills – Thursday, November 24, 12:30 p.m. ET / 5:30 p.m. GMT: Yep, the Bills are back at Ford Field once again. The two-time defending AFC East champions played the Browns in Detroit last Sunday amid a blizzard in upstate New York. Can the Lions make Turkey Day miserable for Josh Allen and deal a blow to Buffalo’s division title hopes? Watch the Thanksgiving clash on CBS or Paramount+.

Dallas Cowboys vs. New York Giants – Thursday, November 24, 4:30 p.m. ET / 9:30 p.m. GMT: It’s been quite some time since the Cowboys and Giants met in November with each team realistically eyeing a playoff spot. If Big Blue knocks off the Cowboys at AT&T Stadium, the G-Men can start realistically thinking about winning the NFC East for the first time since 2011. Giants fans remember how that year ended, don’t they? Tune in on Fox.

Minnesota Vikings vs. New England Patriots – Thursday, November 24, 8:20 p.m. ET / 1:20 a.m. GMT: All eyes will be on Vikings quarterback Kirk Cousins, and not only because he has a history of underperforming in primetime games. Minnesota is fresh off a humiliating 40-3 home loss to the Dallas Cowboys, and doubt remains about how far the 8-2 Vikings can truly go. Can Cousins and the Vikes send a statement by defeating Bill Belichick and the Patriots? Note that this week’s Thursday Night Football game will air on NBC and Peacock rather than Amazon Prime Video.

Cleveland Browns vs. Tampa Bay Buccaneers – Sunday, November 27, 1 p.m. ET / 6 p.m. GMT: So much for the Browns hoping they’d have a chance at winning the AFC North when Deshaun Watson returned in December. Cleveland entered Week 12 with a 3-7 record and a fading chance at reaching the postseason for the second time in three years. If Nick Chubb wants to keep the Browns’ slim playoff hopes alive, he’ll need to power the team to a home win over Tom Brady and the Buccaneers. Watch for free on Australia’s 7plus.

San Francisco 49ers vs. New Orleans Saints – Sunday, November 27, 4:25 p.m. ET / 9:25 p.m. GMT: Much like the Browns, the Saints are still mathematically alive in the playoff race. In fact, the 4-6 Saints still have an outside chance at winning the NFC South. However, it’s clear this team needs to find a franchise quarterback, especially seeing as head coach Dennis Allen has seemingly given up on the Jameis Winston experiment. Instead, Andy Dalton is tasked with trying to upend the 49ers in San Francisco on Sunday. Tune in for free on Australia’s 7plus.

Philadelphia Eagles vs. Green Bay Packers – Sunday, November 27, 8:20 p.m. ET / 1:20 a.m. GMT: The 1972 Miami Dolphins popped the champagne when the Philadelphia Eagles’ hopes of an undefeated season ended earlier this month. However, the Birds still are on pace to win the NFC East for the first time since 2019. Let’s see if Aaron Rodgers and the fading Packers can play spoiler for a night. Stream this NFC showdown on NBC and Peacock.

Indianapolis Colts vs. Pittsburgh Steelers – Monday, November 28, 8:15 p.m. ET / 1:15 a.m. GMT: We’re a long way removed from the 2005 AFC Divisional Round thriller between these two formerly formidable franchises. Barring a miraculous finish in the coming weeks, the Colts will miss the playoffs for the sixth time in eight seasons. As for the Steelers? At least Mike Tomlin likely doesn’t have to worry about being fired in December and being replaced with one of Colts coach Jeff Saturday’s former ESPN colleagues. ESPN will have full coverage, and note that there will not be a Manningcast this week.

What are the key dates for the 2022-2023 NFL season?

Regular seasonSeptember 8, 2022 – January 8, 2023U.S.
PlayoffsStart date: January 14, 2023U.S.
Pro BowlFebruary 5, 2023Orlando, Florida
Super Bowl LVFebruary 12, 2023Glendale, Arizona

2022 Super Bowl odds

The 2022 Super Bowl, officially called Super Bowl LVII, will take place at State Farm Stadium in Glendale, Arizona, on Sunday, February 12, 2023. Here are the latest championship odds according to the FanDuel Sportsbook.

TeamCurrent odds
Buffalo Bills+400
Kansas City Chiefs+470
Philadelphia Eagles+550
San Francisco 49ers+700
Dallas Cowboys+1000
Baltimore Ravens+1200
Miami Dolphins+1700
Tampa Bay Buccaneers+1700
Minnesota Vikings+1700
Cincinnati Bengals+2500
Tennessee Titans+2700

2022 NFL storylines

From veteran quarterbacks in new places to potential superstar rookies, there are no shortage of intriguing storylines this season. Here’s what we’re keeping an eye on:

Enter the Jets? Although the New York Jets own the NFL’s longest postseason drought, Gang Green appears ready to change its fortunes after a decade-plus of misery. New York upgraded its offense during the offseason, signing guard Laken Tomlinson and drafting Ohio State receiver Garrett Wilson. Rookie defensive lineman Jermaine Johnson II and cornerback Ahmad “Sauce” Gardner each arrived with fanfare. Don’t look now, but the Jets might not be a laughingstock much longer.

Free agent watch: Training camp began with numerous high-profile free agents still waiting to ink a new contract. Keep an eye on ex-Los Angeles Rams receiver Odell Beckham Jr., who is recovering from a torn ACL sustained in February’s Super Bowl victory. The Jets signed former Seattle Seahawks offensive tackle Duane Brown following 2020 first-round pick Mekhi Becton‘s season-ending injury. Cam Newton, who spent last season with the Carolina Panthers, is arguably the top remaining free-agent quarterback.

Old faces, new places: The quarterback carousel proved extremely busy throughout the NFL offseason. Former Houston Texans star Deshaun Watson is now on the Cleveland Browns, who subsequently traded former No. 1 overall pick Baker Mayfield to the Carolina Panthers in July. Seattle Seahawks legend Russell Wilson will continue his career with the Denver Broncos. After missing the playoffs in 2021, the Indianapolis Colts and Washington Commanders will try to get the most out of Matt Ryan and Carson Wentz, respectively. 

Trey Lance’s time cut short: The San Francisco 49ers appeared ready to move on from veteran quarterback Jimmy Garoppolo, who came minutes shy of winning the Super Bowl in February 2020. However, Jimmy G instead stuck around and regained his starting position in Week 2 following Trey Lance’s season-ending ankle injury.

Young Jaguars: After the Urban Meyer experiment failed disastrously, the Jaguars hired former Philadelphia Eagles head coach Doug Pederson to accelerate the newest rebuild. The Super Bowl LII-winning coach at least has a talented young core in young quarterback Trevor Lawrence, pass-rusher Josh Allen, and defensive lineman Travon Walker, who went first overall in April’s NFL Draft.

2022 NFL award watch

The 2022 NFL season is moving quickly, and it’ll be awards season before we know it. The NFL officially has five major awards related to on-field play: Most Valuable Player, Offensive and Defensive Player of the Year, Offensive and Defensive Rookie of the Year, Comeback Player of the Year, and Coach of the Year. A sixth award, the Walter Payton Man of the Year, recognizes a player’s impact on his community but is not solely tied to performance.

In November 2022, the NFL and AP announced a significant change to the MVP voting process. Rather than only picking one player, voters are allowed to rank five players. At this point in the season, here are who we believe will win each of the NFL’s five major performance-related awards:

NFL MVP: Patrick Mahomes, QB, Kansas City Chiefs

Patrick Mahomes won the MVP Award in 2018, and he’s on pace to join an exclusive club as a multi-time recipient. In hindsight, we should have figured the Texas Tech product was ready for a massive 2022 season when he fired five touchdown passes in a season-opening victory over the Arizona Cardinals. Mahomes is the NFL’s top quarterback, and he’s thrived despite the loss of All-Pro receiver Tyreek Hill, who is enjoying his own MVP-caliber season in Miami.

Other candidates: Derrick Henry, RB, Tennessee Titans; Josh Allen, QB, Buffalo Bills; Tua Tagovailoa, QB, Miami Dolphins; Tyreek Hill, WR, Miami Dolphins

Offensive Player of the Year: Tyreek Hill, WR, Miami Dolphins

Hill earned All-Pro honors in 2020 when he recorded 87 catches, 1,276 yards, and 15 touchdowns for the Chiefs. Although he only reached the end zone four times in his first 10 games with the Dolphins, Hill recorded a league-high 81 catches and 1,148 yards. The six-time Pro Bowler is on pace to become the first receiver in NFL history with 2,000 receiving yards in a single season. That’ll do for the Dolphins, who hope to win their first playoff game since 2000.

Other candidates: Derrick Henry, RB, Tennessee Titans; Jalen Hurts, QB, Philadelphia Eagles; Justin Jefferson, WR, Minnesota Vikings; Lamar Jackson, QB, Baltimore Ravens

Defensive Player of the Year: Micah Parsons, LB, Dallas Cowboys

Parsons finished second in Defensive Player of the Year voting last year, and he’s in the driver’s seat to earn the award this year. Not only is the second-year linebacker still getting to the quarterback, but he’s also a threat to knock the ball out. The Cowboys have a star in Parsons, and historians will understandably wonder how he fell to the 12th overall pick in the 2021 draft. 

Other candidates: Chris Jones, DT, Kansas City Chiefs; Matthew Judon, EDGE, New England Patriots; Nick Bosa, EDGE, San Francisco 49ers; Quinnen Williams, DT, New York Jets

Offensive Rookie of the Year: Kenneth Walker III, RB, Seattle Seahawks

Only four running backs have won Offensive Rookie of the Year since 2008, but Walker is well on pace to become the fifth. After carving through Big 10 defenses at Michigan State last year, the 5-foot-10, 210-pound Walker—drafted 41st overall in April—didn’t need long to prove he could do the same in the NFL. Keep an eye on what he does down the stretch as Seattle fights for an unexpected NFC West division crown.

Other candidates: Chris Olave, WR, New Orleans Saints; Dameon Pierce, RB, Houston Texans; Garrett Wilson, WR, New York Jets; Isiah Pacheco, RB, Kansas City Chiefs

Defensive Rookie of the Year: Ahmad “Sauce” Gardner, CB, New York Jets

Although Gardner never allowed a touchdown in college, some draft analysts were skeptical because he achieved the feat at Cincinnati, a mid-major, as opposed to in the SEC or Big 12. Gardner, the fourth overall pick in April, quickly silenced the doubters en route to becoming one of the league’s top young shutdown corners. The 2021 All-American selection has positioned himself to win Defensive Rookie of the Year and land on the All-Pro team.

Other candidates: Aidan Hutchinson, DE, Detroit Lions; Jack Jones, CB, New England Patriots; Tariq Woolen, CB, Seattle Seahawks

Comeback Player of the Year: Geno Smith, QB, Seattle Seahawks

Forget Comeback Player of the Year. This is the comeback of the decade. When Smith replaced then-Seahawks quarterback Russell Wilson midway through an October 2021 loss to the Rams, some fans may have been shocked the West Virginia product was still in the league. Seattle traded Wilson to the Denver Broncos in March and named Smith, who turned 32 in October, the starter. Never mind that Smith hadn’t been a full-time starter since 2014 and threw 196 total passes from 2015 through 2021. Not only has Smith outplayed Wilson, but he’s been one of the league’s most efficient quarterbacks and might find himself starting a playoff game in January. Not even Hollywood could come up with such a plot!

Other candidates: Brian Robinson, RB, Washington Commanders (shot during an attempted carjacking in August but returned in October and made his NFL debut only weeks later); Saquon Barkley, RB, New York Giants (missed most of 2020 season with torn ACL and struggled in 2021); Travis Etienne Jr., RB, Jacksonville Jaguars (missed 2021 season with torn ACL)

Coach of the Year: Mike McDaniel, Miami Dolphins

McDaniel has brought something the Dolphins desperately missed during the Brian Flores era: positivity. The first-year head coach rallied around the embattled Tagovailoa at quarterback and built other players up rather than try the tired “Do Your Job” shtick that has worked for Bill Belichick—and only Belichick—in New England over the last two decades. McDaniel’s enthusiasm is contagious, and the Dolphins look like a completely different organization. 

Other candidates: Brian Daboll, New York Giants; Kevin O’Connell, Minnesota Vikings; Mike Vrabel, Tennessee Titans; Robert Saleh, New York Jets

Other professional football leagues

As football fans waited for the 2022 NFL season to begin, they still had plenty of ways to get their gridiron fix. Here’s our guide on which professional football leagues you need to try watching this summer.

Canadian Football League

What to know: Until the NFL returns, the CFL is your best bet for legitimate professional football. The 2022 Canadian campaign began in June and will run through November 20, when two teams will battle it out for the 109th Grey Cup. Dallas Cowboys fans will recognize BC Lions receiver Lucky Whitehead, who has carved out a solid career up North.

Our favorite way to watch with a VPN: All CFL games air in the U.S. on ESPN networks, though some are exclusive to ESPN+, which costs 10 USD/month and comes with a seven-day free trial. ESPN+ is also available in a bundle with Disney+ and Hulu’s on-demand service for 14 USD/month.

Fan Controlled Football

What to know: Have you ever watched an NFL game and believed you’d call better plays? The Fan Controlled Football league offers such an opportunity. Fans vote on all offensive plays in real time and even decide the outcomes of instant-replay reviews. Ex-Texas A&M quarterback Johnny Manziel, the 2012 Heisman Trophy winner, plays for the FCF Zappers.

Our favorite way to watch with a VPN: All FCF games air on the league’s official Twitch channel.

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