2015 NFL Postseason Games All Streamable

If you're a football fan, know somebody who is or even watch most TV networks casually, you probably know that Super Bowl 50 is right around the corner and for most fans, the hype could not be more real. Some will be hosting giant Super Bowl parties, while other unfortunate souls may be away from home or even working. The NFL and the various networks that broadcast it have most of you covered for this year's postseason games, including the Pro Bowl and Super Bowl. This year's postseason content can be streamed via just about any applicable means. The various networks each have their own apps, sites and services to get would-be watchers the fix they need on game day.

For starters, Verizon customers are covered through the NFL Mobile app. Others can download the app, though some content will have to be paid for or may be unavailable. CBS has all their games and coverage available through their CBS Sports website. Platforms with dedicated apps include but are not limited to "Xbox One, Apple TV, Roku players and Roku TV models, and Chromecast, as well as Windows 10, iPad and Android tablets." Fox has their content available via Fox Sports GO on "PCs, tablets, Android TV, and Amazon Fire TV". NBC has customers covered via "NBC Sports Live Extra on PCs, tablets, Apple TV, Roku and Amazon Fire TV." ESPN has their content available for viewing on their cross-platform WatchESPN solution. Radio broadcasts are hitting Sirius XM and international or non-English subscribers are covered through the multilingual solutions offered by the various networks as well as through the NFL's own "NFL Game Pass, a subscription product that streams games in HD quality, both live and on demand." NFL Game Pass can be downloaded on the NFL's website.

The various networks are all primed with their own services for subscribers, and the NFL is offering their own solutions for viewers who can't get their fix through those methods. One way or another, if you're reading this, postseason content and Super Bowl 50 are likely available to you somehow. Whether you're visiting relatives, at work or otherwise indisposed when the playoffs and the big game are happening, you should have no trouble finding some way to watch them.

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