Colts vs. Falcons: Where to Livestream NFL Week 16 Online Today

The NFL is quickly nearing the point of the 2023 playoffs is upon us. The Indianapolis Colts and Atlanta Falcons meet this week in a game with playoff implications, as one of two AFC teams and one of two NFC teams will square off in Mercedes-Benz Stadium in Atlanta, Georgia. The game is scheduled for a 1 p.m. Eastern Time (10 a.m. Pacific Time) kickoff. This is a more detailed account of how to stream the game live, an important thought as the NFL Sunday Ticket, NFL Plus or other unrelated subscriptions are not necessary.

The game will air on Fox on live TV streaming services in the Indianapolis and Atlanta areas (courtesy of 506 Sports). However, some individuals may find themselves unable to access the game through the streaming service as a result of blackouts or personal location-based restrictions. In cases like this, a virtual private network (VPN) service can be employed. This will allow users to virtually change their location to access the game from anywhere in the US. Individuals only need to have a legitimate subscription to the service they’re streaming for a VPN service to be effective and legal. The Colts-Falcons game can be found on Fox this week, so individuals will also need a live streaming service that carries a local Fox affiliate that’s broadcasting the game.

Fox live streaming is available through the Sling TV Blue plan, which includes NBC, Fox and the NFL Network. If viewers live in one of the 18 metropolitan areas covered in Sling’s agreement, they will have access to Fox’s local affiliates. Other streaming services such as YouTube TV, Hulu Plus Live TV, DirecTV Stream, and Fubo carry local Fox stations as well. For free and readily accessible access to the game, antennas can be connected to the television for Fox, as there are no streaming or monthly fees required for this method.

Almost but not barely, VPNs can sometimes lose connectivity to the required location despite being set to a default option. IPTV services sometimes require addresses within the correct viewing area, which viewers may have to change to access services. Additionally, smart TVs frequently lack VPN apps necessary for this service, so one may need to conduct further installation to continue this service. For the most secure connection applications, Braves is usually recommended, it so privacy-first browser to log into your services.


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