All 2016 GAMES FOR YOUR LOCAL NFL TEAM (GO BRONCOS!!!) ARE AVAILABLE FOR FREE WITH AN HD ANTENNA!!!   Do not be fooled by anyone who tells you otherwise and if your antenna has been installed by a professional then your picture quality will be better than anything satellite or cable can give you.

Since FreeTvee is based in Denver you can click here for the Broncos TV Schedule:  Broncos TV Schedule for 2016.  Ah, but what about Monday night football and ESPN you say.  Well, check this out:

“NFL games shown on cable channels (ESPN Monday Night Football and the Thursday night games broadcast on NFL Network), get broadcast on an over-the-air (OTA) stationwithin the designated television markets of the two teams playingsubject to blackouts.”  For Bronco’s fans this means that Monday night or Thursday night games will be on HD Channel 20.1

If you are a transplant football fan or fantasy football participant and want to watch the Jacksonville Jaguars vs. the Detroit Lions then you may need to investigate some streaming options.  There are lots of ways to do this but it takes a little research.  Here is a link to Dennis Restauro’s website Grounded Reason which gives you a great primer on watching the NFL.  https://www.groundedreason.com/how-to-watch-nfl-football-online/

If you don’t feel like clicking over, here is the summary that Mr. Restauro provides to his readers:

NFL 2016 Without Cable Summary

1. You can get full access to ESPN online and tons more sports content through Sling TV. This will give you Monday Night football via ESPN without requiring a cable TV or satellite subscription.

Update: Good news everyone. The NFL has made a deal with Sling TV parent company Dish network allowing Sling TV to carry NFL Network and NFL RedZone in time for the 2016 NFL season. This means all Thursday night games will be available on Sling TV throughout the 2016 season. The deal was announced on August 3rd 2016. NFL Network will be part of Sling TVs Blue Package, while NFL RedZone will be part of the “Sports Extra” add-on pack.

2. Your local NFL team’s games will ALL be available for free, over the air. That means you simply need a TV antenna. Furthermore, Sunday Night Football is carried by NBC and 8Thursday Night Football games are on CBS and NBC.

The Thursday Night games on each of those networks are as follows:

Thursday Night Football On CBS: Week 2, Week 3, Week 5, Week 6, and Week 7

Thursday Night Football On NBC: Week 11, Week 13, Week 14, Week 15, and Week 16

3. For everything else, there is NFL Game Pass. This provides all games, all season, but there is a catch. You can’t watch live on devices in the United States. However, you can watch every NFL Game live on Game Pass if you are using a device outside of the U.S.