The National Football League (NFL) is the popular American Football League, with over 32 teams. Teams from both American Football Conference & National Football Conference will share the slots equally. The NFL Playoffs are the postseason round between the top 14 teams qualifying for the NFL playoffs. So, we have many reliable options to stream NFL playoffs on Roku, and some prominent streaming platforms, including Fubo TV, Hulu Live TV, YouTube TV, and Sling Blue. The regular season is concluding, and we would be excited to watch the upcoming playoffs. So, we should prepare by choosing any suitable subscription plans to watch the game live on your Roku device.
How to access NFL playoffs on Roku
We don’t have any official app to stream NFL playoffs on the Roku Channel Store. However, we can stream the game on another dependable streaming platform available in the store. Here are some of the popular streaming medium that comes with a premium subscription plan.
The fuboTV, in the year 2015, was more of a football-centric channel, which later evolved into one of the best cable TV alternatives. It has two basic plans: pro (111 channels 1,000 hr. Cloud DVR) for $69.99 monthly and Elite (166 channels, 1,000 hr. Cloud DVR) for $79.99 monthly. Fortunately, fubo offers NFL coverage and has cloud DVR storage that can store contents for up to 750 hours. They also offer a 7-day free trial option to check on the features they offer before paying for the subscription. If unsatisfied with the service, you can always cancel the fuboTV subscription before the trial period ends.
Hulu Live TV
Hulu + Live TV subscription allows up to two users to stream content simultaneously with one single account. It costs $65 to access on-demand content and live TV on over 50 channels. They also provide 50-plus hours of DVR storage to record live shows and watch them later. It can have around six profiles under one subscription. In addition, Hulu offers live NFL coverage on many channels, including CBS, ESPN, FOX, NBC & NFL Network live on Hulu + Live TV. You can also access over 75 channels plus Hulu’s entire streaming library. It is available at the cost of $69.99 per month, with a 7 or 30-day free trial to help us decide before purchasing the premium subscription.
YouTube TV consists of various popular channels, including ESPN, Fox, NBC, CBS, and NFL. It is available on YouTube TV as a part of the base membership, $64.99 per month with 85+live channels and no contract or hidden fees. Like other services, they also have DVR storage support, and we can use the free trial they offer to check on the features they provide for its users.
Sling Blue provides 40+ channels of live and on-demand content. Stream sling blue is available at $35/ month and offers up to three devices simultaneously. We can use the 3 days of the free trial to check the services it offers and decide before paying for the subscription. This has various channels like NBC, FOX, and the NFL network. You can also upgrade to NFL RedZone for an extra $11 per month.
You can get this for $73.49 per month for Go Plan or $99 per month for Max Plan.