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Watching NFL on TV 1 month 4 weeks ago #438212

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I have not been a regular viewer of NFL games, however I have recently begun to follow a particular NFL team that plays outside of my local TV market.

is there a way (including by pay subscription) for me to watch the regular season games of this NFL team throughout the regular season?

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Watching NFL on TV 1 month 4 weeks ago #438213

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I think Direct tv has all games.

try this link.
www.nfl.com/game-pass/learn-more?campaig...kM8V4zEaAuJ_EALw_wcB
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Watching NFL on TV 1 month 4 weeks ago #438217

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You essentially need directTV. It’s so bad. 

It’s 2021 but broadcasting in the NFL is like stuck in the 1990s or something 

I live in Delaware and basically never get to the see the Jets unless I get my hands on some crappy illegal stream, and by the time you click through all the pop up ads the Jets are already down 14-0 so it’s not even worth it 
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Watching NFL on TV 1 month 4 weeks ago #438222

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The NFL Redzone is also fun if you have the time. During the 1pm EST and 4PM EST games it switches from game to game to show all the big plays / when a Team is near then endzone.  It's a different way of watching, but it's kinda fun.
 
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Hey otis.   I have had DirecTv since 1997.  Primarily so I can watch my football team.   The Sunday Ticket has gotten extremely expensive but a lot of that is tied to fantasy football.  You can negotiate the price down.   If yo are signing up for the first time they will probably give it to you for free for a year.

Looks like they will lose their monopoly on the Sunday Ticket after the 2022 season.   Should be an announcement in the next 6 months or so on that front.

 
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SJ_NYC post=438222 wrote: The NFL Redzone is also fun if you have the time. During the 1pm EST and 4PM EST games it switches from game to game to show all the big plays / when a Team is near then endzone.  It's a different way of watching, but it's kinda fun.

I am a tortured Jets fan but I still watch almost all of their games. I watch Red Zone when they aren't playing. I am not a big fantasy guy but I get to see a little from a lot of teams. Not the solution for the DirectTV problem which will end soon but a lot of fun.
 

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Try bilasport.com   That's how I watch the Giants up here in Cape Cod
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