Football season is heating up, and if you’re a big NFL fan it’s likely that you want to catch all of the biggest hits and action as live as it happens. Sometimes though, you may not have a TV at your disposal or maybe the game you want to watch doesn’t happen to be on in your particular region at the time. Not to worry! Listed below are 2 sources you can use to get web-based live coverage of NFL Games.
MyNewSatelliteTV is a service that lets you watch live television right on your computer. MyNewSatellite TV has thousands of channels available to watch right on your PC streaming over the internet. The service includes tons of sports channels, news channels and movie channels and best of all there is no monthly fee. You can find out more and sign up for MyNewSatellite TV here.
Supercast let’s you access live NFL coverage from anywhere on the planet as long as you have an active internet connection. You’ll be able to get all of the scores and statistics and change games in full screen mode just like you would on your TV. You’ll also get real time updates and highlights from other games, as well as having the option to view games in the mini-mode screen. Supercast comes with DirectTV’s Sunday Ticket program.
Myp2p is a peer to peer site dedicated to covering all sorts of live sports programs by utilizing schedules listed on the site. All of the information is free, though you’ll need their client to download the action to your PC. It works by breaking down each sports category. So you can click on Football, for example, and you’ll find all of the scheduled games listed by date and time along with links to connect to live streams of each. There’s 3 different players that are available to you for download, as which program is supported will depend upon the game you choose. Streams are listed by bitrate quality and voted on by viewers attempting to watch the game as well. It may be a bit less reliable than DirectTV, but it’s also significantly less expensive to view, too.
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