NFL Sunday Night Football FREE LIVE STREAM Week 11 Online (21/11/2021)

How to watch NFL RedZone free live stream, more games online without cable in Week 11 of the 2021 football season and beyond. The 2021 NFL regular season is in full swing as the playoff picture begins to take shape, and we have arrived at Week 11 of Sunday football games kicking off around the country starting today at 10 a.m. PT/1 p.m. ET. Whether you have cable or not, there are tons of options you may want to know about — both free and paid platforms — in order to watch NFL RedZone and more live NFL games through the rest of the season.

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Watch Week 11 of NFL RedZone right now for free with fuboTV (free trial)

The best options for paid streaming services (some with free trial periods), ranked

Paid TV streaming services often have the best and most reliable live streams for college football games, so if you don’t have cable and don’t want to worry about finding a new bootleg live stream infested with popup ads and low quality output on your computer each week, your best bet might be to sign up for one of the following paid services. Several websites like, The Streamable and PC Magazine have already ranked these paid services for 2021 and determined which ones are the best for sports and college football fans. But we’re just going to give you our top two picks as the best options for fans in the Pacific Northwest that include NFL RedZone. Currently, fuboTV and Sling are the only services that carry Pac-12 Network, which will get you the most Pac-12 college sports events. Both services offer a free trial or discounts for new signups. Both of these services can also be watched through your Smart TV, or on a regular HDTV with the aid of a streaming device like a Roku, Apple TV, Amazon Fire Stick, etc., or also on your computer or mobile phone. The prices might seem similar to a cable package, but remember you can take the service with you on your phone or tablet and if you have a friend or family member that is willing to split the monthly dues with you, both services allow you to have at least 2 concurrent live streams. That means at least you and one other person can use the service at the same time. Depending on the versatility of what your local cable or satellite provider offers, it might work out to be a pretty sweet deal for you.

No. 1 — fuboTV (free 7-day trial, then $64.99/month)

Not only does fuboTV have every game being broadcast in your local market on NFL Sundays – games for FOX and CBS being broadcast depend on what region you are in – so that you can watch your favorite team, they also happen to now have ESPN as well as the RedZone channel. RedZone lets the fantasy football and action junkies get their fix each Sunday with nothing but highlights of touchdowns and the best plays of the day as they happen from 10 a.m. PT/1 p.m. ET up until Sunday Night Football.

While it is the most expensive of the three options, fuboTV allows up to two people to use the same account simultaneously. This means you and a friend or family member could split the cost of the monthly fee and each use the service at the same time to watch RedZone, other NFL games or whatever else you’re looking to tune into. Cutting the cost in half this way makes this by far the best deal if you can swing it.

Try out fuboTV on a 7-day free trial starting this Sunday, then watch all the games and see if it works for you.

No. 2 — Sling TV Blue package ($25 the first month, then $46/month if you add the “Sports Extra” package that includes NFL RedZone and more)

Despite being the cheapest of the three options listed here, Sling makes the list at No. 2 because of their a-la-carte price system. They have two plans that split the sports channels up, making it tough to decide what would be best for the football fan. Sling does have NFL RedZone, however, but it will come as an add-on and cost you a little more. If you want to get all of the sports channels, you would have to spend extra to get the complete “Orange and Blue” package ($50/month) as well as adding on the “Sports Extra” package ($15/month). If you want the cheapest option, NFL RedZone is only included in the Sports Extra package when purchased alongside the “Blue” plan, which is a $11 add on. If you get select the “Orange” plan, NFL RedZone is not included in the Sports Extra add on. To get the best value that includes NFL RedZone, get the Sling Blue + Sports Extra package for $46/month. There are no long-term contracts and you can cancel the service any time. The stream quality and reliability isn’t on par with what fubo TV offers, but still a great option at this price point. You can also supplement with an over-the-air HDTV antenna to expand your streaming options for big game broadcasts in your local market.