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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 >


Fantasy Football Live Mock Draft Sites

The Mock draft can be a valuable tool for preparing for your fantasy football draft. It’s not just seeing where certain players tend to fall, but getting “real” drafting experience and testing out any draft theories. We’re taking a look at a handful of quality sites where you can participate in free live mock fantasy football drafts online.  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 >


Essential March Madness College Basketball Mobile Apps

There may be no sporting event where mobile apps are more essential to fans than March Madness. While most of us are stuck at work, college basketball’s most exciting and action packed moments are happening at an often furious pace. Don’t miss out! Here are the essential March Madness Mobile apps for iPhone, iPad, and Android. Continue Reading >