The long awaited Steelers vs Ravens game: Watch these NFL live streams
Going into the NFL season, many expected COVID-19 would be a problem, causing games to be either postponed or canceled. So far, it hasn’t been too bad, with only the Pittsburgh Steelers vs. Tennessee Titans game being postponed to another week.
The Baltimore Ravens vs. Steelers game was supposed to occur on Thanksgiving night, but due to positive COVID-19 tests on both the Ravens & Steelers, the game was postponed to Sunday, then Tuesday, and now Wednesday afternoon at 3:40. If you don’t have cable and are looking for free ways to stream the rare afternoon game, we got you covered.
YouTube TV provides access to many live channels, and you don’t have to pay for cable to get them. It offers a free trial in which you can access NBC, the network airing the game. There are plenty of other channels available, making a week-long free trial well worth it. You can also use it for all of the Sunday & Monday games for week 13.
If you end up loving the service after the trial, you can pay a monthly fee for it, however, it is rather hefty at $64.99. That’s a bit costly, but it’s at least worth the seven-day free trial to see if you enjoy it. YouTube TV can also be accessed on many devices including Android & Apple phones, Apple TV, Roku, Chromecast, and Amazon Fire TV.
Sports24.club is a website that offers plenty of live streaming for a multitude of sports. The interface is user-friendly as the home page has the NFL 2020 season listed as the top option. You click on schedule and it takes you to all the different games this week and where you can watch them.
You will have to sign up in order to stream in HD, however, the live stream still looks good in standard resolution. This is a good website to go back to for other NFL games & other sports.
Strikeout.me is another popular streaming service similar to sports24. It has a number of different options for streaming NFL games. While it has annoying pop-ups, the streaming works perfectly if you ignore those. The resolution looks good too, but the interface isn’t as easy to navigate as sports24.
FuboTV is another cable substitute similar to YouTube TV. This service offers over 100 channels including NBC, ESPN, and CBS. It offers a seven-day free trial with an option to subscribe to the service at the end of the week. It’s also available on Apple TV, Android & Apple devices, Amazon Fire TV, and Roku.
If you choose to sign up for the service, it is $5 cheaper than YouTube TV at $59.99. However, check and see what channels are available in comparison to YouTube TV as channel options vary per service.
CrackStreams is another in-demand sports website offering free links to popular sporting events, including UFC & MMA matches. If you’re looking for NFL games, the website immediately captures your attention with a large banner. On the banner, the NFL being the first option.
There are some pesky pop-ups after clicking on certain links, but they don’t get in the way too much. The streams work well with good resolution. The website also has links on Reddit and has its own Discord server.
FBStream also offers high-resolution links to popular NFL games like the Ravens vs. Steelers game. It has no ads and streams fluidly with rare buffering. However, make sure not to click on “Live Stream Now” as this will lead to a pop-up that asks for personal information. You don’t need to enter personal information to watch the streams.
There are plenty of options to watch the Ravens vs. Steelers without having to pay a hefty cable bill. Just make sure to not click on anything sketchy as you don’t want to catch any bugs.