The NFL has played Pro Football on Thanksgiving since 1920, although records indicate that “professional” football that pre-dates the NFL was played on Thanksgiving as early as 1892. We’ve pulled together some fun facts and history about the NFL’s traditional Thanksgiving Day Games that you may not have known.
This year NFL Sunday Ticket is available to customers online without having to subscribe to Direct TV. There is however, a small catch. It’s only for people that can’t get Direct TV at their address. Continue Reading >
So you don’t have Direct TV or you don’t want to drop $300 for the NFL Sunday Ticket (or $350 for NFL Sunday Ticket to go). Well, then you are out of luck when it comes to getting live TV broadcasts of every NFL game. That remains the exclusive right of DirecTV, at least through the end of the 2014 season. If you just want to be able to watch your favorite NFL teams and don’t mind waiting until the next day, NFL Game Rewind may be your solution.
Do you live outside the broadcast region of your favorite NFL team and don’t want to spring for Direct TV and a NFL Sunday Ticket package? Perhaps you just prefer the old school simplicity of listening the the radio feed over watching on TV. Either way, NFL.com gives you the option to listen to every NFL game live (or on demand) with Audio Pass.