Arizona has had a so so season and yet they still probably will beat Buffalo. The Bills have done terrible thus far, this year. The season is early, but the Bills are a consistently fairly dreadful team. There isn’t much hope for the Bills to win against most teams, even those not much better than them, like the Cardinals.
You can watch the Cardinals vs. Bills on FOX on September 25 at 1 p.m. ET. The nice thing about the game being on FOX is you don’t need cable to watch it. However, if you don’t want to watch on TV, this guide will share with you all of the ways to watch Cardinals vs. Bills online.
Watch the Cardinals vs. Bills Live Stream on Sling TV
Sling TV has three cable-like packages that you can choose between. In order to watch FOX, you’ll need the Sling Blue package. This package includes 40 channels that range from NBC and FOX to AMC and BBC America. Sling Blue costs $25 a month. In order to watch FOX in live streaming you’ll need to live in Atlanta, Orlando, Detroit, Dallas, or one of 13 other major cities. You can also add additional channels to your package. You can watch Sling TV on Roku, Chromecast, and several other devices.
You can sign up to a free 7-day trial to check out the service. Sling TV also has great deals on both Roku and Apple TV, so keep checking back for current offers. You can learn more in our Sling TV review.
Watch the Cardinals vs. Bills Live Stream on PlayStation Vue
PlayStation Vue is a live stream service. Rather than paying cable for a ridiculous amount of channels that you don’t watch, with PS Vue you’ll get 60 (or more) channels for just $29.99 a month. You’ll get channels like ESPN, Bravo, Discovery, History, MTV, Syfy, and other channels. Local channels are included, too. In the case of most subscribers you can check your on-demand library and find local content. However, if you live in Chicago, Miami, Dallas, or four other major cities you’ll get the live stream treatment for your local channels. You can watch Vue on Roku, Apple devices, PS3/PS4, and other streaming devices.
The PlayStation Vue free weeklong trial is a great way to watch the Cardinals vs. Bills streaming free. It’s also a good time to check out the mobile restrictions. Thanks to these restrictions, the only place you’ll be able to watch Vue content is in your home.
Watch the Cardinals vs. Bills Stream with NFL Game Pass Domestic
NFL Game Pass is a great way to watch Cardinals vs. Bills online. The cool thing about NFL Pass is that you have an on-demand library of games (including Super Bowls) dating all the way back to 2009. You unfortunately don’t get access to live stream regular season games, but the games do arrive in the library shortly after they air on TV. If you don’t want to watch the entire game you can even watch the condensed version. This shorter version only lasts about 30 minutes, but it still includes every play of the game. You can also remove the scores if you don’t want any chance of spoilers. You can watch NFL Pass in a variety of ways including Xbox, Chromecast, and Roku. NFL Pass is available for $99 annually.
Watch the Cardinals vs. Bills Streaming Free with a Digital Antenna and DVR
FOX is a local channel so you don’t need to go any further than your TV to watch it. If you’re a cord cutter you probably already have a digital antenna and if not, you certainly should! We recommend the Mohu Leaf because of the search range it travels to find your channels. It also gives you the best picture quality possible. Once that’s set up you can hook it up to a DVR. There are numerous DVRs available on the market today. Features vary, so it really depends on what you’re looking for in a DVR. Some of the best features allow you to record and watch shows at the same time, to pause and forward through playback, and to pair with streaming devices so you can watch Cardinals vs. Bills online.
Watch the Cardinals vs. Bills Stream with NFL Game Pass International
The International plan for NFL Pass is just like the Domestic plan. The only differences are that it’s only for people living abroad (obviously) and instead of having to watch the games on-demand, with the International Pass the majority of games are available in live stream. Other than that, the service offers all of the same things that the regular NFL Game Pass offers. Check out all NFL Pass has to offer in our full review.