Chargers vs Steelers Live

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Chargers vs Steelers Stream: TV Channel, How to Watch

Chargers vs Steelers Stream: TV Channel, How to Watch

Matchups: Los Angeles Chargers vs. Pittsburgh Steelers
Kick-off:  06:20 AM ET.
Venues: Dignity Health Sports Park
TV Channel: NBC
Live Stream: Watch here

Options to watch Sunday Night Football: Chargers vs Steelers live stream online without cable

In 2019, your options for watching NFL action online are plentiful. Almost all of them will cost you in some way, but there are several avenues for catching nearly any game you want, from now until the big day when the Patriots, er, we mean any number of teams, wins the Super Bowl.

To help keep you close to the action, we’ve compiled this comprehensive guide on how to stream the entire 2019/2020 season online. Put on your jersey and find a comfortable spot to kick back — here’s your ticket to the NFL.

FuboTV ($55)

FuboTV is the best choice for a cable-esque package when you also want plenty of access to live sports. Fubo has more than 80 channels, including locals, but its main draw is its array of sports offerings. NBC Sports, CBS Sports, Fox Sports 1 and 2, the NFL Network, and more are available in the standard package. Not enough? FuboTV offers a Sports Plus package for an additional $9 a month, as well as other sports-related add-on options. FuboTV streams on Roku, Apple TV, Android TV, Amazon Fire, and Chromecast.

Hulu with Live TV ($44.99)

If you’d prefer something a little closer to the TV experience as you might be used to it, Hulu with Live TV offers all the perks of Hulu’s streaming library and adds access to over 60 channels that you can watch live through the app. Hulu with Live TV has ESPN, Fox Sports 1, NBC Sports, and other sports-dedicated channels, so that means you can cut the cord without missing a lot of sports content.

NFL RedZone

If you have a cable TV subscription, NFL RedZone lets you watch a football game’s most exciting moments. The service broadcasts live coverage from every game on a given Sunday, but only when a team is in the “red zone,” or about to potentially score a touchdown. Because it also gives you real-time fantasy stats and extended highlights, it’s especially useful for fantasy-football fans.

NFL Sunday Ticket

DirecTV subscribers have one of the simplest paths to streaming full NFL games in NFL Sunday Ticket. This service streams live games in their entirety to televisions, computers, Android and iOS devices, and game consoles. Sunday Ticket applies only to out-of-market games.

Watch ESPN

If you subscribe to a cable package that includes ESPN, and most do, you can stream live ESPN programming from just about any device. Simply use your computer, smartphone, set-top box, game console or another connected device to download the ESPN app, then sign in with your cable provider?s information. When ESPN airs Monday Night Football, log into the app and enjoy the game.

NFL Game Pass

here is one extremely easy way to watch any NFL game you want online, but it comes with a huge caveat: You have to wait until the game is over. Still, if you can keep yourself from finding out last night?s score, NFL Game Pass will charge you $74.99 per year for the privilege of streaming any game to your computer, mobile device or set-top box.

NBC Sports

NBC airs Sunday Night Football games (including the season opener on Thursday, September 5) throughout the regular season and the network also streams the games online via its app and NBCSports.com, available with your pay-TV credentials. The NBC Sports app is available on Chromecast, Roku, Amazon Fire TV, Xbox, PlayStation 4, iOS, and Android supported devices. The NBC Sports app is actually pretty sweet if your interests go beyond football, too. PGA, Premier League soccer, and the Olympics all air on NBC, so the app is pretty valuable even after football season.

NFL Network online

If you want to go straight to the source, the NFL Network offers streaming access to its broadcast games and RedZone, depending on your cable or satellite provider. As mentioned above, RedZone’s scoring storm showing any team close to putting up points, often splitting the screen between multiple games, is the big-ticket item. If you’re a fantasy guru, this is also a great way to stay on top of all your players. You (or someone you know) will need to purchase the NFL Network from your cable or satellite provider to get it.

PlayStation Vue ($45-$80)

You don’t need a PlayStation to use Vue, which offers a cable-like experience for less money than your cable bill, and you can select from several tiers that provide different channel options, allowing you to pick the package that works best for you. Most local channels are available in all the tiers (depending on your market), and each tier adds more coverage, particularly for sports. There are also several channel add-on options, including a large sports package and FX+. Don’t have a PlayStation? Not to worry. Vue is available via Amazon Fire, Roku, Apple TV and iOS devices, Android devices, and through your computer’s web browser.

YouTube TV ($49.99)

YouTube TV offers more than 60 channels, all of which you can watch live, including Freeform, FX, TBS, and Syfy. The service allows for up to six user accounts, each with its own individual login and cloud DVR, though only three simultaneous streams are allowed at a time. There are some add-ons available, but HBO is not among them. Watching YouTube TV requires devices with Android L or later, iOS 9.1 or later, or a current version of Chrome. You can also watch via Chromecast, Roku, Apple TV, Android TV, and Xbox One.

CBS All-Access ($5.99)

CBS All-Access offers high-profile originals (The Good Fight, Star Trek: Discovery, The Twilight Zone reboot), and it’s the only way to stream currently airing CBS progChargers including NCIS, Survivor, and Blue Bloods. All-Access also lets users stream a number of classic shows that may not be found elsewhere, including Cagney & Lacey, the 1960s Mission: Impossible series, and I Love Lucy, among many others.

SlingTV Orange & Blue ($25 each, $40 for both)

Sling is perhaps the most direct solution for viewers seeking an à la carte TV experience. The Orange and Blue packages, which boast slightly different channel lineups, can be supplemented with add-ons for an additional monthly cost; add-on options include extra news channels (BBC, HLN), comedy-geared channels (TV Land, MTV), or classic Hollywood programming (TCM, Sundance). A DVR service is available for $5 a month. (Note that some channels, including local ones, may not be available in your area.) Sling is available on the usual streaming boxes and sticks, as well as on Oculus.

Amazon Prime Video ($8.99)

In addition to its vast collection of shows and movies, Amazon also makes available, either included like NFL Thursday Night Football games, or as add-ons, like the NBA League Pass.

ESPN+ ($5)

If you’re looking to supplement a sports-light cord-cutting package, ESPN+ is a good choice. The service, available on pretty much every streaming device, offers a selection of live games from the MLB, the NHL, and the MLS (indeed, it’s the only way to stream MLS games without cable). Big-ticket events like Grand Slam tennis and UFC bouts are also available. If you want to watch ESPN programming like 30 for 30, ESPN+ has you covered, too. EPSN+ will be available as part of a Disney+ bundle as well.

Apple TV+ ($4.99)

Available Nov. 1, Apple TV+ will offer a number of shows from a top-tier talent roster: Steven Spielberg, J.J. AbChargers, Oprah Winfrey, Reese Witherspoon, Jennifer Aniston, Steve Carell, Chris Evans, Jason Momoa, Octavia Spencer, and more.

Netflix (Plans start at $8.99)

Netflix boasts a wide catalog of original TV shows including Stranger Things, The Crown, and Big Mouth, and it’s also home to the Academy Award-winning film Roma and the meme-ified Bird Box. Unlike many other streamers, Netflix doesn’t offer any add-on services, so you’re at the mercy of what Netflix buys or produces. Thankfully, the streaming service has invested in producing a plethora of originals.

Yahoo Sports

The Yahoo Sports app for iOS and Android has replaced the old Verizon NFL Mobile app. It streams every NFL game that’s broadcast in your local TV market to your smartphone or tablet for free, including Monday Night Football and Thursday Night Football. You can also sign into your NFL Game Pass subscription and stream it from the Yahoo app.