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Stream NFL Game Pass from anywhere with a VPN

Updated: October 15, 2020
Stream NFL Game Pass from anywhere with a VPN

What NFL Week 6 games should I watch with ExpressVPN?

Game of the WeekKansas City Chiefs at Buffalo Bills [Oct. 19, 5:00 p.m. Eastern Time (U.S.)]

The Chiefs and Bills are each averaging over 400 yards of offense per game to lead the AFC, but both will be looking to bounce back from bad losses in a game with playoff seeding implications. The standard recipe for beating Patrick Mahomes and the Chiefs is running the ball and winning the time of possession battle, but the Bills have averaged just 3.8 yards per rush this year and will need to keep up through the air.

You can check out the other top Week 6 battles here or view the full Week 6 schedule.

Get NFL Game Pass International and stream every game live without blackouts

Price: 75 USD/season and up

If you’re looking to catch all 256 NFL games this year but don’t have a U.S. cable subscription, NFL Game Pass is your best option. There’s a seven-day free trial available too.

You can access NFL Game Pass worldwide, but the U.S. version does not allow live streaming of regular-season games. Some games are blacked out in parts of Europe as well. Only users who sign up for Game Pass from a non-U.S. and non-Europe location will have live-streaming access to every game, everywhere.

NFL Game Pass offers a “FREE” or “PRO” subscription. With the free subscription, you get 24/7 access to the NFL Network, as well as content downloads and highlights for every game. Upgrading to the “PRO” subscription gives you all 250+ live NFL games (including the playoffs and the Super Bowl), full game replays, All-22 Coaches Film, and more.

To access NFL Game Pass 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 ChromeFirefox, or Edge.

Live stream NFL games on 7plus

Price: Free

The Australian streaming service 7plus broadcasts two Sunday games a week for free. Check the schedule for dates and times.

To watch the NFL on 7plus:

  1. Get ExpressVPN.
  2. Connect to a server location in Australia.
  3. Go to 7plus and sign up.
  4. Enjoy your stream.

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

Watching on mobile? Fire up the 7plus app on your Android or iOS device.

Stream the NFL live online on Sling TV

Price: 30 USD/month and up

Channels: ESPN, Fox, NBC, and NFL Network

Sling TV provides access to every channel that carries NFL playoff games. A three-day free trial is available.

To watch the NFL live on Sling TV:

  1. Get ExpressVPN.
  2. Connect to a server location in the U.S.
  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 ChromeFirefox, or Edge.

Watching on mobile? Fire up the Sling TV app on Android and iOS.

Learn more about watching Sling TV with ExpressVPN.

Stream the NFL live online on YouTube TV

Price: 65 USD/month

Channels: ABC, CBS, ESPN, Fox, and NBC

YouTube TV gives you all of the networks carrying the NFL, including the Super Bowl, and offers a five-day free trial.

The available games will depend on your location. You may need to supply a valid U.S. postal code (e.g., 10012, 48104) and credit card.

To watch the NFL on YouTube TV:

  1. Get ExpressVPN.
  2. Connect to a server location in the U.S.
  3. Go to YouTube TV and sign up.
  4. Kick back and enjoy!

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

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

Learn more about watching YouTube with ExpressVPN.

Stream NFL 2020 games on fuboTV

Price: 60 USD/month

Channels: CBS, Fox, NBC, and NFL Network

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 U.S.
  3. Sign up on fuboTV.
  4. Tune in and enjoy!

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

Watching on mobile? Fire up the fuboTV app on Android and iOS.

Learn more about watching fuboTV with ExpressVPN.

Live stream NFL games on Hulu + Live TV

Price: 55 USD/month and up

Channels: ABC, CBS, ESPN, Fox, and NBC

Hulu+ is another way to catch live NFL games and offers a seven-day free trial available. 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 U.S.
  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 ChromeFirefox, or Edge.

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

Learn more about watching Hulu with ExpressVPN.

Watch NFL Sunday Ticket live on AT&T TV Now

Price: 55 USD/month and up

Channels: ABC, CBS, ESPN, Fox, and NBC

DirecTV’s NFL Sunday Ticket gives you access to out-of-market NFL games (based on your service address) on ABC, Fox, and CBS. Sunday Ticket is currently unavailable but will return ahead of the new NFL season.

Select international games are subject to blackouts. You will need to provide a valid U.S. address and credit card.

To watch NFL games on AT&T TV Now:

  1. Get ExpressVPN.
  2. Connect to a server location in the U.S.
  3. Go to AT&T TV Now and sign up.
  4. Enjoy the games!

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

Watching on mobile? Fire up the AT&T TV Now app on your Android or iOS device.

Learn more about watching AT&T TV Now with ExpressVPN.

Watch Thursday Night Football on Amazon Prime Video

Price: 9 USD/month or 120 USD/year

Thursday Night Football is back on Prime Video this year. You can tune in to the games every Thursday at 8:20 p.m. ET.

To watch Thursday Night Football on Amazon Prime:

  1. Get ExpressVPN.
  2. Connect to a server location in the U.S.
  3. Go to Amazon Prime Video and use the free trial.
  4. You’re all set!

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

Stream the NFL live on DAZN Canada

Price: 20 CAD/month or 150 CAD/year

You can tune in to the 2020 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. A 30-day free trial is available for DAZN.

To watch the NFL live on DAZN:

  1. Get ExpressVPN.
  2. Connect to a server location in Canada.
  3. Head to DAZN Canada and sign up.
  4. Enjoy the games!

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

Learn more about watching DAZN with ExpressVPN.

Watch NFL replays and highlights on Pluto TV

Price: Free

Pluto TV and NFL partnered up and launched a new channel for watching NFL replays called the NFL Channel. There’s no need to sign up, and the content is available for free.

To watch NFL games on Pluto TV:

  1. Get ExpressVPN.
  2. Connect to a server location in the U.S.
  3. Go to Pluto TV.
  4. Enjoy watching!

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

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

NFL blackouts: International Game Pass vs. U.S. Game Pass

What’s the difference between watching NFL Game Pass in Germany, Australia, Canada, or the U.S.? NFL Game Pass is available both inside and outside the States. However, there are key differences every fan needs to know:

The U.S. NFL Game Pass does not offer live streaming of regular-season or postseason games. It provides streams of out-of-market preseason games, on-demand replays of every regular-season game, and the NFL Films archive. There are no blackouts of regular-season games (because none are shown live at all). A seven-day free trial is available.

In most other markets, such as Mexico 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.

Is NFL Game Pass UK the same as the 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 Asia Pacific locations tend to offer the lowest prices. 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 NFL international Game Pass on?

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

What’s the difference between NFL Game Pass and NFL Sunday Ticket?

NFL Game Pass is the NFL’s streaming service. It is different from NFL Sunday Ticket, which is exclusive to AT&T TV Now.

NFL Game Pass comes in two flavors. The domestic Game Pass only shows out-of-market preseason games, regular-season game replays, and the full range of NFL Films. The international Game Pass shows every live regular season and playoff game, including the Super Bowl. Read more about the nuances of NFL Game Pass.

NFL Sunday Ticket is only available to U.S. with a valid service address. Sunday Ticket shows out-of-market games only and excludes select international games. In particular, games broadcast by your local Fox or CBS affiliate will not be available for streaming.

NFL Sunday Ticket starts at 73.50 USD/month for four months. If you live in the U.S. and don’t mind missing a portion of the games, NFL Sunday Ticket might be worth considering. The international version of NFL Game Pass costs at least 125 USD/season but gives you access to every game and a wide range of extras.

How to solve NFL Game Pass international streaming problems

Don’t let a troublesome connection knock you out of bounds! If you encounter any issues while streaming the NFL, contact ExpressVPN Support for immediate assistance.

Top 2020 Week 6 NFL Games

Early Game of the WeekCleveland Browns at Pittsburgh Steelers [Oct. 18, 1:00 p.m. ET]

Coming into the season, the assumption was that the Baltimore Ravens were a mortal lock to win the AFC North. But the Browns and Steelers are crashing the party with a combined 8-1 record. The winner of this game will be in an excellent position to challenge the Ravens. The Browns look to continue their dominance on the ground while the Steelers will try to squeeze another magical outing out of rookie receiver Chase Claypool.

Late Game of the WeekGreen Bay Packers at Tampa Bay Buccaneers [Oct. 18, 4:25 p.m. ET]

In a league where Patrick Mahomes, Lamar Jackson, and Deshaun Watson are taking the reins as the new generation of dominant quarterbacks, it’s fun to see an old-school matchup like Aaron Rodgers vs. Tom Brady. Rodgers has been the better of the two this season, but the Buccaneers are above-average on both sides of the ball and should be in this game from start to finish.

Sunday Night FootballLos Angeles Rams at San Francisco 49ers [Oct. 18, 8:20 p.m. ET]

The 49ers have fallen on hard times due to injury, which takes some shine off this matchup, but the divisional rivalry remains and this will be hard-fought. For true football purists it’s also a duel between two of the best play callers in the sports: Kyle Shanahan and Sean McVay. Look for things to get creative on offense all night long.

Monday Night FootballArizona Cardinals at Dallas Cowboys [Oct. 19, 8:15 p.m. ET]

The Cowboys are hurting following the loss of Dak Prescott, but they smartly invested in Andy Dalton as their backup quarterback in the offseason and that could pay off here. Although the Cardinals have been electric on offense at times, they’ve also been inconsistent, and they’re beatable despite the potent Kyler Murray-to-DeAndre Hopkins connection.

What are the key dates for the 2020-21 NFL season?

NFL 2020/21 season dates
EventDateLocation
Regular seasonSeptember 10, 2020–January 3, 2021Various
PlayoffsStart date: January 9, 2021Various
Pro BowlJanuary 31, 2021Paradise, Nevada
Super Bowl LVFebruary 7, 2021Tampa, Florida

2020-21 NFL award races

MVP: At this point, Russell Wilson has to be the frontrunner considering he leads the league in passing touchdowns and passer rating — even after a dicey performance against the Minnesota Vikings. Aaron Rodgers is probably next in line, and Patrick Mahomes remains the most talented player in the sport, but Wilson is in the driver’s seat.

So far no non-quarterbacks have been dominant enough to edge their way into the conversation.

Preseason prediction: Patrick Mahomes (QB, Kansas City Chiefs)

Offensive Player of the Year: You could argue for one of the quarterbacks here, but the best case might belong to Alvin Kamara. Right now, the New Orleans Saints running back is doing it all, leading the league in both scrimmage yards and touchdowns. As Drew Brees has struggled, Kamara has been there to pick up the slack — and put up eye-popping numbers.

Preseason prediction: Christian McCaffrey (RB, Carolina Panthers)

Defensive Player of the Year: Perennial contender Aaron Donald has jumped ahead in this race after a slow start. The powerful defensive tackle leads the league in sacks (7.5) and quarterback hits (13.5) despite the fact he faces a double team on every play. Nobody affects opposing offenses as much as Donald.

Preseason prediction: Aaron Donald (DT, Los Angeles Rams)

Offensive Rookie of the Year: As Joe Burrow has slipped a little bit in recent weeks, Clyde Edwards-Helaire has looked like the best candidate for this award. The versatile Chiefs running back has consistently been a factor for the reigning champs and ranks sixth in the league in yards from scrimmage with 513.

Preseason prediction: Joe Burrow (QB, Cincinnati Bengals)

Defensive Rookie of the Year: Not only does Ravens linebacker Patrick Queen rank sixth in the NFL in tackles with 42, he’s also got a pair of fumble recoveries, including one he returned 53 yards for a touchdown in Week 5.

Preseason prediction: Isaiah Simmons (LB, Arizona Cardinals)

Comeback Player of the Year: The prohibitive favorite for this one was Cam Newton, but now that his health is in question the door is open. Our preseason pick of Ben Roethlisberger is looking pretty good right now as the 38-year-old is putting up rock-solid passing numbers across the board, contributing to the Pittsburgh Steelers’ undefeated run.

Preseason prediction: Ben Roethlisberger (QB, Pittsburgh Steelers)

Coach of the Year: Rookie head coach Kevin Stefanski is making the case for turning the Browns from an underperforming laughingstock into a team that looks like an AFC playoff contender. The former Vikings offensive coordinator has given his club an identity thanks to a steadfast commitment to the run, and he’s getting the most out of his playmakers on both sides of the ball.

Preseason prediction: Kliff Kingsbury (Arizona Cardinals)

Who’s making Super Bowl LV?

Past the quarter pole of the season the true contenders are beginning to emerge. The Kansas City Chiefs look primed to defend their crown thanks to an offense that somehow got even better thanks to added dimension brought by rookie Clyde Edwards-Helaire. The Chiefs defense only needs to be respectable for this team to roll over its opponents, and even if it comes down to a shootout they are well equipped to win those games. Despite an anomalous loss to the Las Vegas Raiders in Week 5, the Chiefs are still the favorites.

In the second tier of contenders are teams like the Green Bay Packers, Pittsburgh Steelers, Tampa Bay Buccaneers and Seattle Seahawks. Each of these clubs is helmed by a veteran quarterback who’s won at least one Super Bowl before. What’s more, all four offenses look exceedingly strong out of the gate. The Steelers are especially dangerous because they have an elite defense to match, but they need Ben Roethlisberger to stay healthy to compete, and that’s been a tall order in recent years. The Baltimore Ravens also aren’t going anywhere, but their decisive Week 3 loss to the Chiefs raises questions about their ability to topple the reigning champs.

There are also a few dark horses in the field, like the Buffalo Bills, who’ve seen their previously-erratic quarterback Josh Allen take the next step, and the Indianapolis Colts, who have a steady quarterback in Philip Rivers, and a defense that’s been extraordinary. The Titans were the story of last year’s playoffs, and they have yet to lose a game, but it’s still tough to believe in Ryan Tannehill as an elite quarterback after all his mediocre years in Miami.

Who are you picking to make Super Bowl LV? Leave your thoughts in the comments, and don’t forget to sign up for your VPN!

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