Watch the NFL Honors Awards Online: Live Stream Guide

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The annual awards show honoring the NFL's best players will broadcast live on Saturday, February 6th, 2016 at 9:00 p.m. ET. Here's how to watch the NFL Honors Awards online.

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On Saturday, February 6th at 9:00 p.m. ET, the NFL Honors Awards show will name the best of the best in football this season. Top awards like MVP, Defensive Player of the Year, and Offensive Player of the Year will be announced and there is much conversation around the front runners for each. Some of the favorites are Cam Newton as a lock for the MVP and J.J. Watt winning his third Defensive Player of the Year award, but you will have to tune in to find out for yourself. Want to watch the NFL Honors Awards online? Learn how below.

CBS will be broadcasting the NFL Honors Awards show live stream, which is convenient as there are multiple ways to watch CBS online. Check out the details below for all of your options to watch the NFL Honors Awards online and decide which will be best for you on Saturday.

 

Use CBS All Access to Watch the NFL Honors Awards Online Free

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CBS recently launched its foray into streaming services with CBS All Access. The service is a standalone and can be used to watch tons of on-demand content and even live streams of CBS’s TV broadcasts. Thanks to the recent growth in CBS’s live streaming capabilities CBS All Access will be a great option to watch the NFL Honors Awards online on Saturday.

CBS All Access has gained popularity due to its large on-demand content library featuring all of CBS’s hit shows, including new episodes of current shows that are added after airing live. There are also classic shows include in the library including popular shows like Beverly Hills 90210, Cheers, Brady Bunch, and Star Trek.

The addition of live streaming capabilities is a new feature and is continuously being rolled out into new cities. There are currently 126 markets around the country that now offer live streaming on CBS All Access. The service is available for Roku, Chromecast, and Apple TV users letting you easily watch the NFL Honors Award show live on your TV. The only real downside of the service is there are in fact ads included while watching content. Check out our full review of CBS All Access here.

Currently, CBS All Access costs only $5.99 per month. Much lower than many other competing services and an incredible cheap option to watch NFL Honors Awards live streaming. But, there is actually an ever cheaper way. Right now if you sign up for the 7-day free trial of CBS All Access you can watch the NFL Honors Awards free online. We highly recommend the free trial, because it is a great way to test out the content and the service on CBS All Access prior to signing up for the monthly subscription.

 

Record or Watch the NFL Honors Awards Live With an Antenna and OTA DVR

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Ever since DVRs were introduced they have been amazing at letting people skip over annoying commercials or record their favorite games or shows to be watched later. Thankfully, cable cutters can still benefit enjoy these features with an over-the-air DVR.

If you combine an OTA DVR with an antenna you gain access to some of the most popular network channels available like CBS, FOX, NBC, and ABC. This setup will let you watch the NFL Honors Awards show live on your TV. And, you can even record the broadcast to watch later and skip the boring commercials. Our number one recommended antenna is the Mohu Leaf 50, since it has an impressive 50-mile reception range and is highly reliable.

The market for over-the-air DVRs is a little more competitive, as you can see in our review here. But, we ultimately recommend the Tablo DVR. It includes all of the traditional services of DVRs (rewind, record, pause, etc…), but also offers the ability to stream your recordings or live TV anywhere you have an internet connection. It is compatible with phones, tablets, or your computer meaning you can easily watch sports or other shows wherever you are.

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Matt Pelletier has a background in finance and information technology and has written for publications with themes ranging from sports to enterprise technology and investments.
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