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NFL live stream 2021/22: how to watch every game without cable and anywhere

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Wildcard weekend is the time of the season where dreams come true and hopes are dashed. 2022 sees the first ever three-day wildcard weekend, and any of the six games really could go either way. Read on as we explain where to watch NFL live streams where you are, including information for cord-cutters without cable in the US.

The tightest of the wildcard games looks to be Bengals vs Raiders, both on level pegging in terms of wins. Old college buddies Joe Burrow and Ja’Marr Chase have been in excellent form, and if they get it right this weekend, the Raiders may struggle to compete – bringing the Bengals’ 31-year playoff drought to an end.

The Bills meet the Pats, and if Josh Allen is in form the Bills have a good chance. They’ll have a blinding JC Jackson to deal with, though. The reigning Super Bowl champs Bucs facing the Eagles should also be unmissable, and while Tom Brady is still as impressive as ever, everyone’s just a little too aware that this could be his final Super Bowl shot.

Headed by the unstoppable Dak Prescott, it’s difficult to see the Cowboys capitulating to the 49ers, but Deebo Samuel is a force to be reckoned with and stranger things certainly have happened.

It also looks likely that this weekend will play host to Big Ben Roethlisberger’s final game in the NFL, as the Steelers face a strong Chiefs on Sunday. Finally, Monday’s match-up between the Cards and Rams is a real case of individual talent (Kyler Murray) vs a cohesive team (Rams). 

You don’t want to miss out on any of the wildcard action – and that’s why you’ve ended up on this page. All you need to do is read on and follow our guide below for how to watch an NFL live stream for every single game.

How to watch the NFL from outside your country 

If you’re on holiday or you’re away on business and you want to watch your country’s coverage from outside your country, then you’ll need to use a VPN. This will help you dial in to a location back in your home country to avoid geo-blocks and regain access to the content and services you already pay for back home.

A VPN is generally perfect for this as it allows you to change your IP address so you appear to be in a completely different location when the big game is on. We’ve tested hundreds of VPNs and can recommend ExpressVPN as the very best VPN currently available.

NFL live stream 2021/22: watch with and without cable in the US

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Who won the last Super Bowl and who was Super Bowl MVP in 2021?

The defending Super Bowl champions are Tom Brady and the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, who dominated the Chiefs 31-9 to win Super Bowl LV on home turf at Raymond James Stadium earlier this year.

Brady won a record fifth Super Bowl MVP award in the game, which saw him throw for three touchdown passes and no interceptions.

When is Super Bowl LVI 2022 and where is it being played?

Super Bowl LVI, or Super Bowl 56, is scheduled for Sunday, February 13 and is set to be played in Inglewood, California at the new SoFi Stadium – home to the Rams in the NFC and the Chargers in the AFC.

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Who are the favorites to win Super Bowl 56 in 2022?

You’d think the bookmakers would have learned by now, but the Kansas City Chiefs are currently favorites to lift Super Bowl LVI in 2022, at the expense once again of Tom Brady and Bucs – though Tampa are a close second this season.

Behind them, the Bills, Ravens, Rams, 49ers and Packers are all also fancied to make deep playoff runs, while former powerhouses like the Patriots, Cowboys, and Steelers sit middle-of-the-pack as they bid for a return to glory.


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