Whether you are a fan of the Dallas Cowboys, Denver Broncos or the Green Bay Packers, you can now follow all the action on your Android smartphone. Below are instructions for older Android phones that do not support Flash and newer models that do.
Android Froyo 2.2 or Later (Flash supported Android devices)
If you’ve got a newer Android smartphone that supports flash then watching NFL football games on your device is pretty easy. Just visit any of the following websites and select the game or television network that you want to watch...
Older Android Devices that do not support Flash
If your Android device does not support Flash, you can still watch NFL games on your phone or tablet providing you have installed the Skyfire app. Skyfire is an extremetly useful browser app similar to Chrome, Internet Explorer or any other browser, that converts Flash videos to a format that older Android phones can play. The app costs about $3 and can be downloaded from the Android Market - https://market.android.com/details?id=com.skyfire.browser
Step 1 – Launch the Skyfire app on your Android and browse to any of the following websites.
Step 2 – From the list of available NLF streams, select the game that you would like to watch. Once the Skyfire app the Flash video it will automatically open a Preview window at the bottom of the screen. Select this Play button to begin streaming the video.
Step 3 – After approx. 30 seconds the NFL games will begin to play.
Incase you're still having problems, we've put together this visual guide to take you through it step-by-step.