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DirecTV Extends NFL Sunday Ticket Online Availability to Xbox One, PS3, PS4, Certain Metro Areas and Colleges (Without DirecTV Subscription)

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If you read this site, you know that for several years NFL Sunday Ticket has very quietly been available online to fans who cannot get DirecTV at there address due to line of site or other residential rules. DirecTV recently announced NFLSundayTicket.TV, which adds availability to certain college students and to people living in the Philadelphia, New York, and San Francisco metro areas. Continue Reading >


Watch NFL Network App Adds Loads of New Providers, but Comcast Xfinity Isn’t One of Them

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The Watch  NFL Network App allows authenticated users to, as the name implies, watch the NFL Network & NFL Red Zone both on your tablet device via apps for iOS, Android, and Windows, as well as via your computer browser and Xbox One. Participating providers have been limited, but  this latest update brings with it a slew of additional providers.  Continue Reading >


Watch NFC Championship: San Francisco vs Seattle Live Online (But Only If You Authenticate With One of the Approved Providers)

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While the AFC Championship game will be available via free live stream at CBSSports.com, Fox has chosen to take the less inclusive route with its live stream of the NFC Championship game. You can watch the game online or via the FoxSportsGo App, but only if you pay for a TV subscription with AT&T U-Verse, Cablevision’s Optimum, Comcast’s Xfinity, Midcontinent Communications, Suddenlink, or Wow.  Continue Reading >