NFL Coverage Map for Week 1

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  1. BradMustersGhost

    BradMustersGhost

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    http://506sports.com/

    Just thought I'd post this so you guys know which games you are going to receive. I'll try to post it every week.
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    Of course, I'll get the St Louis game in Decatur. I do get my Bears, so I'm happy. :)
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    thanks BMG for the heads up :)
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    I won't be getting the Bears in Northeastern Maryland.

    Anyone know of any good websites that'll be streaming the game?
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    I get it on my local TV woot WOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOT! That's an extra $30 in my pocket by not having to go out and drink. Here's to hoping more Dallas and Houston games are not on Sunday afternoons.
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    Once again screwed by the NFL b/c the Toledo, OH area is in the Cleveland Clown market.

    Seriously when will NFL games be PPV?! I'd pay $25+ a game to watch the game when its not the local game.

    Hopefully once the DirectTV/NFL Ticket deal expires something like this will be worked out.
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    Dra2anderson35, look for Google to get the ability next year to have NFL ticket and be played on Youtube. That is what is being currently hinted at.
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    I heard about that rumor. The rebuttal I read was the NFL would like to keep it to an exclusive niche like one particular satellite or cable provider so the availability is limited. Hopefully those blinders are removed.
  9. BradMustersGhost

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    it would be pretty sweet to simply order a "Team Package", but I don't expect that to happen. The NFL is making too much money by forcing people to purchase ALL of the games (or a half-season's worth, anyway) via Sunday Ticket. They would lose money if they granted fans the ability to pick and choose individual games.
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    Google is willing to throw down hundreds of millions of dollars at the NFL ticket, I doubt they keep it "exclusive" to one group. But right now it's all just a rumor so we'll have to see.

    It would kill direct TV though, they're entire product is garbage minus Sunday Ticket
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    I get the game up here on TSN2, plus 2 CFL games that day. Going to be a great day for football and pints.
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  12. Jimmors

    Jimmors The Rhymenoceros SuperFan

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    Kinda shocked im actually getting the Bears game here. Even more shocked im not getting the Arizona game later.

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