With only one day left until the start of the NFL season, the NFL is already bracing for a major game-day blackout, which will make its way to millions of fans around the country.
It’s an unprecedented phenomenon, with some analysts predicting it could bring in as much as $2 billion in revenue for the league.
Here’s how to watch it all live online.
What’s the blackout?
The NFL is planning to roll out a blackout across all of its broadcast and cable networks starting Saturday night, with the first blackout of the season set for Sunday, according to ESPN.
It will run through the first quarter of the 2016 regular season, and is set to include the Dallas Cowboys-Pittsburgh Steelers game, as well as the Houston Texans-New Orleans Saints game.
All the games will be available to watch on the NFL’s streaming app, as will the pregame show.
This will be the first time since 2012 that all of the games on a network’s schedule are available to viewers.
The blackout also includes all games scheduled for Sunday night on NFL Network, as it does with all other NFL games.
What if you don’t have an iPhone or iPad?
You’re not alone.
According to the NFL, it’s all about keeping fans informed and engaged with all the games that will be televised live.
This is especially important as the season nears, as most people don’t own an iPhone.
According a report by CBS News, the blackout will likely affect more than 3 million subscribers, including those who watch the game via streaming on Apple TV or the NFL Network.
In fact, CBS reported that the blackout could cost the NFL an estimated $2.5 billion.
It also noted that, as of today, there are 8.8 million subscribers on NFL.com, which is a large portion of the audience for the games.
What about the Super Bowl?
While the NFL has already scheduled its games for a few days, the Super the most lucrative event in sports and one that can easily reach tens of millions of people, will be a little bit more limited.
That’s because the Superbowl has a huge following online, with millions of viewers streaming the game on social media platforms.
If the NFL can’t stream its games, fans will likely be stuck with other programming.
The NFL has yet to announce a schedule for Super Bowl XLIX, but if it does, fans who don’t want to miss the action will have to watch from home on ESPN, NFL Network and NFL GamePass.
Will the blackout affect other games?
It’s important to note that this blackout will only apply to the regular season.
Fans who have already signed up for NFL Game Pass, NFL Mobile or NFL Mobile Plus will be able to watch any game they want from home.
Can you watch the games from my house?
The blackout is not only limited to the playoffs, but also will apply to most home games as well.
If you live in a city where the NFL normally airs games, like Las Vegas, or an area that has a strong NFL fan base, like Chicago, you will be eligible to watch games live online through a local sports app like MLB GameCentre, or you can watch the entire regular season through streaming on an app like NFL.tv.
But that will still leave you out of the action on your own.
Is there a way around this?
If you don of an iPhone, iPad or Android device, you’ll have to wait until Sunday morning to watch NFL games on NFL GameCentres.
But if you have an Android device (such as the Nexus 4), you can access NFL games live on Android or iOS at a local Sports app, like the ESPN App.
If your smartphone has a streaming video app, you can stream games via an app for a local cable or satellite provider.
And if you live outside of the U.S., you can subscribe to NFL.TV. 7.
Are there other ways to watch?
There are still many ways to stream games online, including using an app such as NFL GameCenter, ESPN GamePass, NFL Live Extra or NFL Sports Hub.
And some of these apps even let you watch games in your home or office.
But some streaming apps also offer live feeds, such as DirecTV’s NFL GameDay Live or MLB GameCenter Plus.
You can also watch games through your favorite sports app such.
as ESPN GO or CBS Sports GO. 8.
Can I still watch games online?
Yes, you still can watch games from your couch, even if you’ve never had an iPhone before.
You will need an Android smartphone, a PC or tablet, or a streaming device such as a Roku or Apple TV.
You’ll also need an NFL.net subscription or an Apple TV subscription for your Apple TV, but you can sign up for a cable or digital subscription for other streaming apps such as MLB GameCentral or NBA TV.
If all of these options don’t work for you,