Week 2 of the 2021 NFL season will begin on Thursday, September 16. If you are among the fans wondering how to watch the action live if you don’t have cable or subscriptions to other streaming platforms, here is the complete guide for that:
Can you stream NFL Week 2 games for free on Reddit?
Not anymore, as Reddit banned the nflstreams subreddit due to copyright infringement. They also did the same with the NBA and MMA broadcast subreddits.
The r / nflstream subreddit was illegal for all accounts, so Reddit closed it. Apparently, it was a move the platform made without notice from the NFL.
Reddit released the following statement after closing the subreddit:
“Our policy is to close the accounts of users, in appropriate circumstances, who have been repeatedly accused of copyright infringement. Sometimes a repeat violation issue is limited to one user and we close only that user’s account. Other times, the problem invades an entire subreddit community, and we close the subreddit. “
How to watch Week 2 games for free in the US?
NFL fans have the option of a seven-day free trial with FuboTV, a service that provides access to NFL Network shows like Good Morning Football, NFL Total Access, and NFL GameDay.
Other services like Hulu and YouTube TV also have free trials. DIRECTV also offers a streaming option for the NFL Sunday Ticket package.
Here’s the TV schedule for the Week 2 games.
QUALIFICATION: Games in bold are televised nationally and can be viewed for free.
Thursday September 16
- New York Giants @ Washington Football Team, 8:20 pm
Sunday, September 19:
- New England Patriots at New York Jets, 1:00 pm
- Denver Broncos @ Jacksonville Jaguars, 1:00 pm
- Las Vegas Raiders @ Pittsburgh Steelers, 1:00 pm
- Tennessee Titans at Seattle Seahawks, 4:25 pm
- Dallas Cowboys @ Los Angeles Chargers, 4:25 pm
Sunday, September 19:
- Buffalo Bills @ Miami Dolphins, 1:00 pm
- San Francisco 49ers @ Philadelphia Eagles, 1:00 pm
- Los Angeles Rams @ Indianapolis Colts, 1:00 pm
- Cincinnati Bengals @ Chicago Bears, 1:00 pm
- Houston Texans at Cleveland Browns, 1:00 pm
- New Orleans Saints @ Carolina Panthers, 1:00 pm
- Minnesota Vikings @ Arizona Cardinals at 4:05 pm
- Atlanta Falcons @ Tampa Bay Buccaneers at 4:05 pm
Sunday September 19
- Kansas City Chiefs at Baltimore Ravens, 8:15 pm
Monday September 20