Sunday, February 11, 2024

Watching the NFL postseason: Super Bowl 58

The NFL playoffs concluse today with the NFL championship game, Super Bowl 58 (LVIII). Four teams remain, two in each conference, including the top seeds hosting the games.

The Game

The two teams have met in the post-season just once. Since they're in different conferences, they could only meet in the Super Bowl. In 2020 (2019 season), Kansas City beat San Francisco 31-20 in Super Bowl 54. They have met 14 other times, with the teams splitting at 7 games apiece.

Super Bowl 58, the NFL Championship

  • Kansas City (AFC champions) vs San Francisco (NFC champions). CBS

How to watch

The various networks carrying the games are available to streamers in several different ways.


  • Antenna (free)
  • Paramount Plus (Premium) $12/month
  • Hulu+Live TV ($77/month)
  • YouTube TV ($73/month)
  • Fubo (Pro) ($75/month)
  • DirecTV (Entertainment) ($85/month)

My Streaming Life does not often involve professional football, particularly NFL games. But, there is no denying the popularity of the NFL. If you want to watch the Super Bowl and are a streamer, or if you're thinking about becoming a streamer, maybe this will let you know just what you would need to do to watch the game.

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