Reddit NFL Streams: How to Watch Every NFL Wild Card Game for Free Without r/nflstreams – The Sportsrush

Ashish Priyadarshi
|Published 14/01/2023
Cincinnati Bengals quarterback Joe Burrow (9) scrambles under pressure in the first quarter of the NFL Week 18 game between the Cincinnati Bengals and the Baltimore Ravens at Paycor Stadium in downtown Cincinnati on Sunday, Jan. 8, 2023. The Bengals led 24-7 at halftime. Baltimore Ravens At Cincinnati Bengals Nfl Week 18
The NFL playoffs are back, and they’ll kick off in grand fashion in the NFL’s Super Wild Card weekend featuring 3 games in both the AFC and NFC. With the ban of Reddit NFL streams, read to find out how you can catch all the action.
On Saturday, the Jaguars will host the Chargers while the San Francisco 49ers will play host to division rivals Seattle Seahawks to start the action.
On Sunday, the Dolphins travel to Buffalo to take on the Bills while the New York Giants visit Minnesota to take on Kirk Cousins and Justin Jefferson.
Later in the night, the Bengals will host their division rivals in the Baltimore Ravens. Finally, on Monday, Tom Brady and the Bucs will host the Dallas Cowboys. There is a lot of action on tap, and you won’t want to miss any of it. Read on to see how you can watch the NFL Wild Card games.
The #NFLPlayoffs begin Saturday! #SuperWildCard
— NFL (@NFL) January 9, 2023
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Super Wild Card weekend will feature 12 teams in action in 6 games. The major broadcasting channels will be at their capacities, streaming various games. Here’s a breakdown of which channel each game is on.
It’s an incredible roster of matchups however if you don’t have cable, you might be concerned about missing the action now that Reddit banned r/nflstreams. Read on to find out why Reddit NFL streams were prohibited and what the best alternatives are.
The r/nflstreams subreddit was one of the most valuable resources for NFL fans around the world. Links, which were reliable for the most part, were posted for every single NFL game.
Fans were also spoiled for choice, considering they could watch NFL Redzone and NFL Network. And the best part about all of this was that the streams were completely free. No payment, no account, just a link with a couple of pop-ups here and there.
However, the free ride came to an end when Reddit banned the page. So, why did Reddit ban one of its most popular pages?
The short answer to this question is that the subreddit was technically illegal. If you watch other sports, you probably weren’t too surprised to see Reddit make this decision. Before the ban, the page for NBA and Soccer streams were also taken down.
The basic problem is that posting free links is a clear case of copyright infringement and leagues were starting to take notice. Interestingly though, Reddit was never forced to ban the subreddit, but instead chose to do so according to their own repeat infringement policy.
The policy reads:
Our policy is to close the accounts of users, in appropriate circumstances, who have repeatedly been charged with copyright infringement. Sometimes a repeat infringement problem is limited to one user and we close just that user’s account. Other times, the problem pervades a whole subreddit community and we close the subreddit.
Luckily, with the growing trend towards “cord-cutting”, or the movement of television viewers to online platforms, there are various ways to stream football games.
If you already have a cable subscription but prefer to watch the game on another device, you can watch the games on the channel’s respective website or mobile app. For instance, you can catch Monday’s Cardinals-Rams game on the ESPN app or website (this works similarly for FOX, CBS, and NBC).
However if you aren’t a cable subscriber, you need to check which channel your team’s game is on, and then find a streaming platform that carries that channel. These are some of the best options:
Of course, not every streaming service will carry every channel, but most of them carry FOX and CBS which is where the majority of NFL games are usually shown. For instance this week, you can catch every game on fubo TV.
If you aren’t already subscribed to any of these platforms, now might be a good time to take advantage of a free trial on one of them as the playoffs get underway, seeing that all of them except the NFL app offer this feature.
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Ashish Priyadarshi is The SportsRush's content manager and editor. Ashish freelanced for 1 year in the NFL division before taking on an editorial role in the company. He then tacked on managing content while adding on a writing role in the NBA division. Ashish has been closely following the NFL and NBA since the 2012 season when the Patriots lost the Super Bowl and Derrick Rose was at the height of his powers. Since then, Ashish has focused on honing his knowledge for both leagues in, even writing crossover pieces. In his free time, Ashish is an avid basketball player, he loves to watch movies and TV shows, immersing himself in the cinematic world. Ashish studies computer science and data science at the University of Wisconsin-Madison and would love to mesh his love for sports with his technical skills.
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