How to Watch the NFL on My Computer

By Leonardo R. Grabkowski

The National Football League has a unique television broadcasting schedule. TV broadcasts are usually regional, with the exception of a few nationally televised games. Fortunately, the Internet is giving viewers more options. The NFL currently offers several legal ways for you to watch any already-played game on your computer, the most popular method is via NFL Game Rewind. Unfortunately, live games are not currently available on your computer (unless you are a Direct TV customer). The alternatives to these methods are illegal; non-authorized online streams of live NFL games are usually disbanded; legal action is sometimes taken against those who view them.

Visit the NFL's website by going to www.nfl.com. Scroll over the tab that says "Game Access" on the right side of the screen.

Select "Game Rewind" from the list. Choose your subscription package. The NFL offers season passes, weekly passes and monthly passes. Click "Continue" when you have made your selection.

Enter your registration information and click "Continue" to enter your payment information. You'll need a valid credit or debit card to order the service. Click "Complete" to confirm your order.

Click on "Launch Game Rewind" to begin. NFL games are available (commercial-free) the day after they are finished. You can also browse archives of any game dating back to the 2008 season.

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