Are you a US expatriate looking for a way to watch NFL this season? Or perhaps a sports fan outside the US & Mexico that has developed a love for the American version of pro football? With NFL Game Pass, as long as you live outside the United States and Mexico (and a few other territories) you can watch every game live online this season.
Restrictions: NFL Game Pass is only available to users located outside the United States, Mexico, Bermuda, Antigua, the Bahamas, and any U.S. territories, possessions and commonwealths including American Samoa, Guam, Puerto Rico and the U.S. Virgin Islands.
What do you get with NFL Game Pass?
There are two different subscription options, basic and premium.
The Basic subscription includes: access to live 2011 Preseason and Regular season games, DVR controls, Big Play Markers, live scores and stats, chat, and archived 2011 games. Access to archived games is only available for 24 hours after the conclusion of each game.
The Premium subscription includes access to live 2011 Preseason and Regular season games, DVR controls, Big Play Markers, live scores and stats, chat, and archived 2011 games, high-definition video, NFL Network programming, NFL RedZone, home and away audio, condensed games, coaches film, picture-in-picture and multi-view game modes, mobile and tablet access (with the download of the NFL Game Pass app from the iTunes Store or Android Marketplace), and access to 2009 and 2010 season archives. *As of this post the mobile apps are still listed as “Coming Soon.”
NFLDownUnder.com has put together a great review of Game Pass if you are looking for a little more information into how it all works. The layout and features of the video player look to be virtually identical to that of NFL Game Rewind, which we reviewed and love.