The NFL has arrived in Houston for the first game of the Wild Card Weekend and the playoffs of 2020! And today you see the Buffalo Bills competing against the Houston Texans in the NRG Stadium. We’re here to make sure you keep track of every minute of today’s game – see how you can get a live stream from Bills vs Texans no matter where you are in the world and it’s even free to watch in the US thanks to a simple stream.
This is a game you don’t want to miss, because today’s winner stays in the play-offs and continues to the Division Round while the losing team is eliminated. Yes, this is another step on the way to Super Bowl 2020.
Buffalo is currently number 5 in the AFC playoffs and the team goes into today’s game 10-6 after losing their last two games of the regular season against the Patriots in week 16 and the jets last Sunday. The last time the accounts took over the Texans was in October 2018 and during that meeting the Texans won 20-13. A victory today would be huge for Buffalo, since the team has not gone to the Division Round since 1995 and has not been in the Super Bowl since 1993. Can quarterback Josh Allen lead the accounts to victory in his first trip to the playoffs?
Houston has seed number 4 in the AFC play-offs and like the Bills, the team ended the regular season with 10-6. The Texans suffered a 35-14 defeat last Sunday against the Titans with only Duke Johnson and AJ McCarron scoring touchdowns in the first and third quarters. Last season, Houston also made the Wild Card round, but the team lost 7-21 to the Colts. Texan fans will be excited to hear that JJ Watt’s defensive end returns to play in today’s game after tearing his left chest tear earlier this season during the week 8 game against the Raiders. Will the Texans be able to beat the Bills and continue to the Division Round?
Whether you are a Bills fan in Buffalo, a Texan fan in Houston or just want to tune in to see all the action on Wild Card Weekend – we’ll show you how to get a Bills vs Texans live stream no matter where in the world are you, so you won’t miss a single touchdown.
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View the Bills vs Texans game online from outside your country (or in a blackout)
Do you watch this game from the US, UK, Canada or Australia? We will tell you how to catch the NFL game later in the article.
But if you are anywhere else in the world – or if a shortage of coverage prevents you from looking in the US – there is still a way to stream the Bills vs Texans online (and you don’t even have to play with a grainy, illegal feed that you found on Reddit). You can use one instead VPN – or Virtual Private Network – to change the IP address to an address in another state or another country with a stream. And it’s not even hard to do.
How do you stream free Bills vs Texans in the US?
Can I watch with the NFL Game Pass?
Well it’s no no and a yes. With the NFL Game Pass in the US you can only watch a replay of the game, but not the live action.
Interestingly, it is a different story with an International NFL Game Pass where all games are shown absolutely live after the season … too bad that you cannot officially get access to this if you and the IP address of your laptop are in the US.
Cutters can stream NFL live online in other ways
Sling TV $ 40 per month – Sling TV distributes its live NFL options over its $ 25 per month Blue subscription and $ 25 per month Orange subscription. By combining the two, you get a $ 10 dollar discount and access to Fox, NBC, ESPN and the NFL network.
Hulu with Live TV $ 40 per month – Hulu with Live TV includes CBS, Fox, NBC and ESPN but does not come with NFL Network.
FuboTV $ 35 for the first month – FuboTV gives you the first month with a discount, but then the price rises to $ 45 per month. The service includes CBS, Fox, NBC and the NFL network, but does not come with ESPN.
DirecTV now $ 50 per month – DirecTV now includes CBS, Fox, NBC, ESPN and for an additional $ 5 you can add the NFL network. However, with this service you can only watch live football on local TV channels.
YouTubeTV $ 40 per month – YouTubeTV gives you access to CBS, Fox, NBC and ESPN but just like with Hulu with Live TV there is no NFL network.