The 2023 NFL Season is just weeks away and the NFL on CBS will be home to the majority of live American Football Conference (AFC) games. CBS has had broadcast rights to the AFC since 1998, however, over the years, the league has allowed NFC games and interconference games to flex onto the network.
Now to celebrate Paramount+ is offering the Essentials Plan for just $2.50 a month if you prepay for a year. To get this deal though you need to be a new customer and prepay for a year upfront. You can find this deal on Paramount’s website HERE.
As the streaming home of CBS, you can stream live NFL games on Roku, Fire TV, Apple TV, or any other compatible device with Paramount+. In addition, to live NFL games, Paramount+ gives you access to thousands of hours of classic shows and movies. originals, and other live sports. Plus, new subscribers can try the service for free for one week.
Paramount+ makes it easier than ever to stream your favorite team on CBS with two plans:
Paramount+ Essential Plan
- At an affordable price of $5.99 per month or $59.99 per year, (Or $2.50 a month for a limited time if you prepay.) the Paramount+ Essential plan gives you NFL on CBS, tens of thousands of episodes and movies with limited ads. Outside of the hard hits and exciting plays in the NFL, the plan offers top soccer like the Champions League and you can stay up to date on current events with 24/7 live news with CBS News.
Sign up for Paramount+ Essential and try it for free for one week.
Parramount+ with SHOWTIME
- Get the most out of your Paramount+ experience by upgrading to Paramount+ SHOWTIME. For $11.99 per month or $119.99 per year, the plan includes everything in the Essential plan but with no ads except for live TV and select shows. Stream the latest shows and more live on your local CBS station, and catch the latest SHOWTIME originals, movies, and sports live or on demand. Plus, you can download shows to your mobile device to watch at your convenience.
Sign up for Paramount+ SHOWTIME and try it for free for one week.
Check out the full schedule of the NFL on CBS at the bottom of the page and find out other ways to watch the NFL on CBS, below.
Other Ways to Watch the NFL on CBS
If you’re looking for other ways to watch live NFL games on CBS without cable then AntennaWeb, will help you find out which CBS affiliates are in your area. Another way to stream the NFL on CBS is with a live TV streaming service.
CBS isn’t available on Vidgo or Sling TV, however, with a Paramount+ subscription you won’t miss your favorite team competing on the network.
You can find out more about each service, below.
Stream the NFL on CBS live with DIRECT STREAM for only $74.99 per month with the Entertainment plan. With a robust package of over 75 live channels, you can watch live NFL games on ESPN, ABC, NBC, CBS, and FOX, however, if you want to watch live games on the NFL Network, you’ll have to upgrade to the Choice package, which includes 105+ channels for $99.99 per month.
With DIRECTV STREAM, all plans include a 5-day free trial, unlimited DVR storage, no contracts or hidden fees.
Each week throughout the season, you can stream the NFL on CBS with the Pro plan from Fubo. With over 150 live channels including CBS, ABC, FOX, ESPN, NBC, and NFL Network, the streamer is one of the complete services for the upcoming season. Plus, you’ll have access to over 100 sporting events, all for the low price of $74.99 per month.
Upgrade your NFL viewing experience by streaming the biggest plays of the day as they happen with NFL for an additional $10.99 per month with the Sports Plus with NFL Redzone add-on.
Fubo is perfect for sports fans because the service offers the ability to watch up to 10 screens at once and with 1000 hours of DVR space included, you can record and rewatch your favorite shows, games, movies, and more.
New subscribers can try Fubo for free for one week.
Sling TV is one of the most affordable live TV streaming services on the marker. However, you won’t be able to stream the NFL on CBS on the service since CBS isn’t carried by the streamer which makes the Paramount+ Essential plan essential (no pun intended) for the upcoming season.
Sling offers three packages, starting from $40 per month. The Sling Orange + Blue is the best option for NFL fans, as it comes with over 45 channels like ABC, FOX, and NBC in select markets, ESPN, and the NFL Network for $55 per month.
Plus, you can stream the biggest plays of the day as they unfold with the NFL Redzone channel in its Sports Extra package for $11 per month. With the platform, you receive up to three streams, thousands of on-demand programming options, and 50 hours of recording space
Hulu + Live TV
Hulu + Live TV has over 85 live channels in its base plan which includes the NFL on CBS, ESPN, ABC, FOX, NBC, and NFL Network for only $69.99 per month. If you need more live NFL content then the Sports Add-on unlocks the NFL Redzone channel for an additional $9.99 per month.
Not only can you watch thousands of hours of movies and shows from Hulu’s ever-expanding library, but the service includes Disney+ and more sports on ESPN+ for no additional charge. With unlimited DVR space, you can record each tackle and snap throughout the NFL season and much more.
With a lineup of over 110 channels and on-demand programming, you stream NFL games on ABC, ESPN, and NFL Network with the Plus plan from Vidgo for only $69.99 per month. The NFL on CBS isn’t included on the streamer but you can still stream games with Paramount+. NBC isn’t carried on Vidgo either, however, Peacock is the home of Sunday Night Football and other NFL games on NBC.
Upgrade to Vidgo’s Premium plan to unlock over 150 channels, including NFL Redzone for $84.99 per month.
Vidgo offers up to 3 simultaneous streams, DVR is included in the Premium subscription, and up to 90 with the Plus plan.
The NFL on CBS is available to stream live on YouTube TV. With over 100 live channels, catch each NFL game on ESPN, NFL Network, ABC, CBS, FOX, and NBC live or record it to watch later with unlimited DVR for only $72.99 per month. Plus, you can stream up to 3 screens at once and watch with 6 household accounts.
If you need NFL RedZone, you can add it on as part of the Sports Plus package for an additional $10.99 per month.