With the NFL season coming to a close, the Wild Card Weekend match-ups are officially set. And it’s sure to be an interesting weekend for fans of the NFC, as the New Orleans Saints take on the Minnesota Vikings and the Philadelphia Eagles go up against the Seattle Seahawks.

Of course, if you don’t have cable, you’ll be looking for ways to watch the NFC Wild Card online. The good news is, with services like fuboTV, you’re sure to catch all the action. Read the guide below for more detail on legal NFC Wild Card Game live stream options.

 

How to Watch the NFC Wild Card Games Online

Now that the games are set for this weekend, here’s a quick look at the date and times for each of the two games:

SUNDAY, JANUARY 5

Minnesota Vikings vs New Orleans Saints, 11:05 pm ET, FOX

Seattle Seahawks vs Philadelphia Eagles, 2:40 pm ET, NBC

As you can see, the channels you’ll need for the games are FOX and NBC. Two of the easiest options to watch both channels are fuboTV and Hulu with Live TV. Both offer free 7-day trials and allow you to stream to your mobile devices, computers, and TVs using devices like a Roku, Amazon Fire TV, etc. Both services will also come in handy for the rest of the NFL Playoffs.

 

Watch The NFC Wild Card Online with fuboTV

Perhaps the best way to watch the NFC Wild Card online without cable is fubo TV. Let’s take a look at the specifics of the service:

Try the free 7-day trial of fubo TV to watch The NFC Wild Card without cable.

 

Stream The NFC Wild Card Live Stream with Hulu With Live TV

You can also use Hulu Live to watch The NFC Wild Card game online. Hulu Live is one of the best all around cable TV replacements, and ideal for streaming the NFL Playoffs. About Hulu with Live TV:

Hulu with Live TV is an excellent option for watching the NFC Wild Card without cable.Try Hulu Live free for 7 days!

 

Other Options to Watch The NFC Wild Card Online Without Cable

Here are some other ways you can stream the NFC Wild Card games without cable:

Sling TV – $30/mo for over 40 channels. FOX is available in some markets. Read the Sling TV review here.

AT&T TV NOW – $65/mo for 40-plus channels. Read the AT&T TV NOW review here.

YouTube TV – $50/mo for 70-plus channels. Read the YouTube TV review here.

 

See the full Wild Card Weekend schedule here. And for more information on watching the NFL Playoffs online without cable, don’t miss our guide.

Helen Back

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