Sports Geekery

Watching Sports on Mobile, Computers, & Gadgets

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

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 >


Review: NFL Game Rewind iPad App

I was giddy with excitement when the NFL announced it would be releasing an NFL Game Rewind App for iPad and select Android Tablets. Well, it’s here. Now subscribers to NFL Game Rewind can watch every NFL game on demand and on the go with the iPad, Android, or Windows Tablet.  Continue Reading >


Will Xbox One Be the Future Home of NFL Sunday Ticket?

The current NFL Sunday Ticket contract with DirecTV is up after the 2014 season and we could see the NFL partner with a new provider (or providers) for it’s popular out-of-market Sunday games package. According to the Hollywood Reporter, DirecTV CEO Pat Doyle says that the Satellite provider would consider either a non-exclusive deal or dropping the NFL Sunday Ticket all together when it comes up for renewal.  Continue Reading >


Listen to Super Bowl 47 Live Online, iPhone, iPad, Android

Once again the Super Bowl is broadcast exclusively by Dial Global Radio Network. Kevin Harlan and Boomer Esiason will call the game joined by sideline reporters Mark Malone, James Lofton, Jim Gray, and Scott Graham. For those who can’t watch the game, or just prefer the radio broadcast, here are some ways to hear SuperBowl 47 via computer, iPhone, iPad, and Android phone.

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NFL Sunday Night Football Live Stream Now Available via Yahoo

NBC Sports and Yahoo announced earlier this week a partnership that will allow the two properties to share digital content.   One of key component of this announcement is that Yahoo will begin to link to and promote NBC Sports live streaming events such as Sunday Night Football, Notre Dame Football, and NHL Hockey (assuming they ever settle this silly work stoppage).  Continue Reading >


Watch NFL Network & NFL Red Zone on iPad or Android Tablet (With Certain TV Subscriptions)

Want to watch NFL Network and NFL Red Zone on your iPad or Android Tablet? Well, unless you are a COX, Cablevision (Optimum), or Verizon FiOS TV subscriber, you’re out of luck. The service is currently only available to those TV subscribers that have NFL Network and/or NFL Red Zone as part of their TV subscription.  Continue Reading >


Review: NFL Sunday Ticket on PS3, iPad, and Online

I’ve been on the brink of ordering the NFL Sunday Ticket online ever since it became available to non-DirecTV customers (albeit very quietly) a few years ago.  The cost, coupled with less than stellar reviews kept me from making the commitment. This year the price has dropped to $250. That’s still a lot of money, but I’ve always wanted to experience the NFL Sunday Ticket and I don’t have the option of getting DirecTV at my home. So, this year I finally took the plunge.

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Get NFL Sunday Ticket Online Without a DirecTV Subscription

Would you like to get the NFL Sunday Ticket but can’t get DirecTV at your house? Well, you may just be in luck! Although DirecTV holds the exclusive broadcast rights to NFL Sunday Ticket, DirecTV was required in the NFL Sunday Ticket deal with the NFL to provide an online solution for fans who can’t get DirecTV. Continue Reading >