I was looking forward to watching the Senior Bowl and seeing Tebow play one more time. But. It's on the NFL Network, so no dice. I wonder how long it will be until I have to subscribe or not watch any NFL football - I feel like this day is coming.
that would be a sad day in america if NFL went to subscription only!
It will go to cable only first. I remember when I could watch baseball on the local network. Now we need fox sports. It is just a matter of time before it costs an additional $10 on your bill to get coverage.
I'm in Scotland, know how you's feel, Sky Sports pretty much controls the NFL coverage here. They show 2 games every Sunday, and show the Thursday and Saturday night games. It costs £18.99-£25.00 here for Sky Sports, depends on what cable provider your with.
Channel 5 is a free channel here that used to have Monday Night football live every year but it was the Sunday night game they had this year. Looks very likely channel 5 have no games next season, which is daft, considering the game in London each year now.
I don't have the cash for Sky Sports, so pretty much wondering if I be able to watch any games next season.
I do get to see the SuperBowl, another channel here (BBC) has it.
by Steven Escareno6 years ago
apparently in a sad and desperate attempt to defend himself, albert haynesworth has the audacity to dare compare himself to a freaking slave. saying that the redskins have no right to make him play a different...
by Tom T7 years ago
Seems like a good idea to fill in the week between championship week and Superbowl with the Pro Bowl but does anyone really care about this game? I can't remember the last time I watched it.
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