Arizona Cardinals Live Stream Regular Season: How To Watch The Cardinals Online

The regular season is the real bread-and-butter for NFL fans. Our NFL streaming guide has all the details, and below, find Cardinals-specific info to help you watch your favorite team online all season long!.

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Watch the Arizona Cardinals Live Stream

To watch Cardinals Football  Game Today live is so simple here in our platform. Our streaming service included all sports network like NFL Network, Fox Network, CBS Network, ABC Network, NBC Network, ESPN Network and all popular sports network. You can watch all NFL games for this (2016) season along with other NFL 2016 games simultaneously. ➡ You can Subscribe NFL HD LIve Stream Here

For Cardinals fans, here are the most noteworthy channels:

ESPN – lets you watch Monday Night Football online, plus covers tons of sports news, analysis and more
NFL Network – lets you watch Thursday Night Football every week, and offers tons of other NFL content
NBC (in select markets) – lets you watch many local NFL games and a whole lot more
FOX – lets you watch tons of local games (see the Arizona Cardinals TV schedule below)
Up to 60+ other channels, from AMC to CNN to Comedy Central to TBS and much, much more!
A current special from Sling TV offers 3 months of service along with a free Roku 2 or you can get a big discount on an Apple TV. If your goal is to keep up with the Cardinals throughout the 2016 season, this is an economic solution.

NFL Game Pass Offers Cardinals Regular Season Games On Demand

If you want to watch all regular season games but aren’t worried about catching them live, NFL Game Pass offers the ability to view each game on-demand. Full game replays are made available shortly after the live broadcast is over, typically on the same day. The service is ideal for those who work on Sundays or can’t catch the games live for whatever reason.

For U.S. and US territory customers, Game Pass also provides an option to watch 30-minute condensed versions of each Arizona Cardinals game. This allows you to skip breaks, commercials, and additional commentary so all you get are the actual plays. A fun feature also allows you to access exclusive camera angles via Game Pass’ Coaches Film. See our Game Pass review for details.

With NFL Game Pass Domestic, you can also watch older Cardinals games, all the way back to the 2009 season. And a Super Bowl archive gives you access to the big games from prior years.

Game Pass is $99 a year.

2016 Arizona Cardinals TV Schedule

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Broncos at Cardinals: What to watch for in the preseason finale

The Denver Broncos wrap up preseason play Thursday at the Arizona Cardinals. Normally, this is a week and a game that does not mean much to the fans as most are ready to just get things going in the regular season. However, there are quite a few reasons to tune in and watch some football Thursday night.

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With Trevor Siemian being named Denver’s starting quarterback, this is a good opportunity to see Paxton Lynch for an entire game. Gary Kubiak has already said that Lynch will play the entire game and Lynch’s performance will go a long way in determining what the Broncos will do at backup quarterback this season.

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Denver’s third running back position will also be on the line tomorrow night. Ronnie Hillman shined against the Los Angeles Rams. However, Kapri Bibbs should get opportunities this week to prove his worth in order to secure a roster spot. Do not just watch the carries between Hillman and Bibbs. Keep an eye out for both on special teams and in pass protection during this game.

The return game will also be interesting tomorrow night. Jordan Norwood seems to be a lock to make the roster. The question is what Kubiak will do with Kalif Raymond. The undrafted free agent has shown promise as a returner and as a speedy wide receiver this preseason.

One of the really nice bright spots on defense has been the play of Dekoda Watson. It seems Watson should have already secured a roster spot with his 2.5 sacks against the Rams along with other standout plays this preseason. Watson should get more playing time tomorrow night in case he needs to do more to prove his value to the Broncos.

Denver really needs to get the tight end position going behind Virgil Green. Jeff Heuerman and Garret Graham have been nonexistent this preseason for the Broncos. Denver needs to find somebody to complement Green. It seems that the best option currently on the roster to provide depth at tight end is John Phillips. Look for Phillips to get increased targets against Arizona.

Finally, watch this game as a potential preview (of the backups). It is not completely unthinkable that Denver and Arizona could meet up in February. Most championship teams win a ring because of outstanding depth. This is a good chance to examine the depth between two teams with title aspirations.

It is still just week four of the preseason. However, there are more story lines this season compared to most seasons.


Cardinals vs Texans 2016: Time, TV schedule and how to watch online

Cardinals vs Texans: Carrson Palmer has given the Arizona Cardinals new life, providing the offense with a real weapon to assist an already strong defense. But at 36, he’s getting up there in years, and has had some serious injuries over the years. Every season from here on out, the health of Palmer will be the top concern of the Cardinals, including on Sunday afternoon against the Houston Texans.

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How to Watch Cardinals vs. Texans on Sunday

Sunday’s game is set to begin at 4:25 p.m. ET and will be broadcast nationally on FOX. Joe Buck and Troy Aikman will provide commentary, and a live stream will be available via NFL Game Pass. Below is all you need to watch the game live stream.

Time: 4:25 p.m. ET

Location: NRG Stadium, Houston, Texas


Announcers: Joe Buck, Troy Aikman

Online Streaming: Watch NFL HD Stream Here

It’s the third week of the NFL preseason, which means starters typically play longer than in any other game. It’s also usually the last time the starters play before the regular season — the fourth game is mainly for backups and backups of backups.

How long Palmer will play, if at all, will likely depend on how things are looking on the field. Jadeveon Clowney, the No. 1 pick in the 2014 draft, hasn’t yet come into his own for the Texans, suffering through injuries and disappointment the past two years.

But Clowney looked like the best player on the field against the New Orleans Saints last week, showing a quick burst with two tackles, a sack and a tackle for loss. Clowney taking down Palmer is exactly the opposite of what the Cardinals want, and if it starts to happen it seems likely that Bruce Arians would pull his quarterback to get him out of harm’s way.

The Cardinals have high expectations this year, and will look to win the NFC West over the Seattle Seahawks for the second year in a row. They have a strong defense, a productive offense and a head coach who’s well-respected.

Earlier this preseason, Houston dominated the San Francisco 49ers for much of their game and wiped the floor with the Saints, but the Cardinals are a real test for them. The Texans are in an interesting position, in a division that was completely up in the air last season. If their starters can play well against the Cardinals, then they just might be in good shape.

But that has a lot to do with how Brock Osweiler performs. The Texans invested heavily in Osweiler, a quarterback who had shown little with the Denver Broncos in limited time a season ago. Osweiler has looked so-so during the preseason thus far and against the Cardinals’ defense he’ll face his toughest challenge yet. If the Texans are to find success this season, Osweiler has to at the very least be an average quarterback who doesn’t make huge mistakes.

The jury is still out on that front.


San Diego Chargers vs Arizona Cardinals – Odds,Prediction & Live stream Info

San Diego Chargers vs Arizona Cardinals Game info:

Arizona Cardinals (14-4) at San Diego Chargers (4-12)

NFL Football: Friday, August 19, 2016 at 9:00 pm (Qualcomm Stadium)
The Line: San Diego Chargers -1.5 — Over/Under: See the Latest Odds

Live Stream: Watch HD NFL Stream Here

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The Arizona Cardinals and San Diego Chargers play preseason game No. 2 Friday at Qualcomm Stadium.
The Arizona Cardinals hope for a better showing after losing 31-10 to the Oakland Raiders. In the losing effort, Matt Barkley led the way with 121 passing yards and one interception. Carson Palmer could get slightly more reps after going 3-5 in the preseason opener. Jaxon Shipley and Troy Niklas combined for 99 receiving yards on five catches while Ifeanyi Momah had three receptions. The Arizona Cardinals ground game averaged 4.9 yards per carry and Elijhaa Penny led the charge with 43 yards on 15 carries. Defensively, Marqui Christian led the Cardinals with five tackles, Matthias Farley had a tackle for loss and Gabe Martin had one pass deflection.

The San Diego Chargers also look for a victory after losing their opener to the Tennessee Titans, 27-10. In the losing effort, Kellen Clemens led the way with 96 passing yards on eight completions. Philip Rivers had just two completions but did throw for a touchdown in the loss. Melvin Gordon and Hunter Henry combined for 77 receiving yards and one touchdown while James Jones had three receptions. The San Diego Chargers ground game averaged 4.4 yards per carry and Kenneth Farrow led the charge with 60 yards on 16 carries. Defensively, Nick Dzubnar led the Chargers with seven tackles, Damion Square had one sack and Craig Mager had one pass deflection.


Raiders at Cardinals live stream: TV schedule, time and more

Though it’s just the start of the NFL preseason, the Arizona Cardinals are Super Bowl favorites for many people. One year removed from making it to the NFC Championship Game, Bruce Arians’ crew looks hellbent on going further. With Tyrann Mathieu working his way back from injury and much more, they should be able to do just that. However, that quest will begin on Friday night at University of Phoenix Stadium. Starting the preseason for both teams, it’ll be the Cards welcoming the Oakland Raiders to town.

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Details for Friday’s preseason game are below:

Date: Friday, August 12
Start Time: 10 p.m. ET
Location: Glendale, AZ
Stadium: University of Phoenix Stadium
TV Info: NFL Network
Live Stream Online: Watch NFL Stream Here

Mathieu’s return isn’t the only big move coming into the season for the Cardinals. The offense will also be moving forward in making David Johnson the featured running back. He was a monster as a rookie last season, so it looks as if big things are in store for him. Moreover, one of the league’s best defenses may not be adding the steal of the draft in Robert Nkemdiche. Despite character concerns, Nkemdiche may have been a top-5 talent in the 2016 draft and could make the Cardinals defense even more dangerous.

Oakland is another team on the rise in the NFL heading into 2016. Derek Carr, Amari Cooper, Khalil Mack, and company were on the verge of something great last season. Now they’ll look to be even more promising with additions this offseason such as Kelechi Osemele, Sean Smith, rookie Karl Joseph, and others. If all goes well, the Raiders could truly be a troublemaker in the AFC.

Raiders at Cardinals will be broadcast on national TV on NFL Network. No live streaming will be available on NFL Game Pass, unfortunately. However, you can watch a replay of the game after it’s over on NFL Game Pass with a paid subscription to the service.

Arizona Cardinals Announce 2016 Schedule

If there was any question about how the Cardinals are viewed as a national product, it was answered with Thursday’s release of the 2016 NFL schedule.The Cardinals will open the season at home on NBC’s “Sunday Night Football” against the New England Patriots on Sept. 11, the first time the Patriots will have played against the Cards in Arizona since the franchise moved into University of Phoenix.

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The Patriots, of course, have already played at University of Phoenix Stadium twice, in Super Bowls. It’s a high-profile game on the league’s opening weekend.
More proof of the Cardinals’ growing reputation is the fact the Patriots’ game is the first of four nationally televised regular-season games for the Cards in 2016. The other three come in a row: A Thursday night game in San Francisco Oct. 6, a Monday night game at home against the New York Jets Oct. 17, and then a Sunday night game at home against NFC West rival Seattle Oct. 23.
“The NFL schedule makers, they have really showed us a lot of respect,” team president Michael Bidwill said. “They did it last year but again this year. Four nationally televised games, we’re in a FOX national doubleheader Week 8 against Carolina, so we’re excited.”
The Seahawks will also be part of the Cardinals’ holiday plans – the Cardinals will play in Seattle on Christmas Eve.
The rematch of the NFC Championship game in Carolina against the Panthers comes Oct. 30.Like 2015, the Cardinals will begin the season with three of four at home. After the Patriots, the Cards will host the Tampa Bay Buccaneers Sept. 18 and after a trip to Buffalo – which means the Cardinals should avoid the snow with their game against the Bills –NFC West play begins in Arizona against the Rams Oct. 2.
The Thursday game against the Niners starts the TV-game stretch plus the matchup in Carolina. That takes the Cardinals to a bye after eight games.
The second half of the schedule, which features five of eight on the road, starts with a home game against the 49ers Nov. 13. Back-to-back road games in Minnesota and Atlanta bracket Thanksgiving.
There was a possibility of the Cardinals staying back East for a week between games as they did in 2015 with their Greenbrier stay, but with the holidays involved in the lone such back-to-back situation, that may be unlikely.
December begins with a home game against the Redskins Dec. 4, then a game in Miami Dec. 11. The Saints visit University of Phoenix Stadium Dec. 18, before the Christmas Eve game in Seattle. The Cardinals finish the season New Year’s Day in Los Angeles against the Rams.
Bidwill said he hoped Cardinals fans would be able to use the holiday weekend at the end of the year to drive to Los Angeles to watch the Cards in that game, adding that he hoped the Arizona State Sun Devils would make the Rose Bowl Jan. 2 so fans could watch both games.


The previously announced preseason schedule now has set dates. The Cards will host Oakland Aug. 12, play at San Diego Aug. 19, play at Houston Aug. 28 in a nationally televised game on FOX, and close with a home game Sept. 1 against Denver.

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