- Oct 25, 2017
The time has come. You're next, Dak
He has had a solid oline for his entire time here now. His issue isn't that the oline is bad, its just that the league is a passing league so they barely run the ball and his style of QB play involves running around and extending the play. Injuries are the only question mark cause when healthy he showed he can play at a top elite mvp level.
NFLN gets the weaker games I know that, I think Sling is your best bet if you want local games + the cable stuff.Really considering cutting off Direct Tv (dish) and going with either their streaming option or the Youtube TV service. Any suggestions or thoughts?
Both are at $50, provide local channels plus TNT, TBS, ESPN/ESPN2 for live sports. Both don't have the NFL Network but Youtube tv does have NBA tv which is a plus.
Do we know how the NFL is dividing up Thurs Night Football this fall? Games on NFLN and Fox? Fox and then split with NBC? Will they also be streamed on Amazon Prime and or twitter? The only reason I would need NFLN is for TNF but if those games are available on Fox, NBC, Twitter, or Amazon P, I would have zero hesitation to make the jump.
Tom took "Pay cuts" by having a pseudo-science health center built right by the stadium so the Patriots can flush money into that venture for him while saving on the cap.
Exactly. The Pats have been paying in non-conventional ways. It is a scam.
As opposed to what alternative? These deals always have outs for teams say if he just can't continue to play.
Problem with the Sling is their package which has NFL network doesn't have ESPN. The blue channel set has it but orange doesn't. Additionally, they don't have CBS or ABC on the blue package and none of the locals on the orange option.
You probably tried Vue. I moved on but when had, recall them having most of the locals for my location and had NFLN and Redzone. Biggest thing I miss from Vue is redzone (currently on Hulu live).Problem with the Sling is their package which has NFL network doesn't have ESPN. The blue channel set has it but orange doesn't. Additionally, they don't have CBS or ABC on the blue package and none of the locals on the orange option.
Unfortunately, I don't see any streaming option that has NFLN, all the local channels, ESPN, TNT, and TBS.
Actually, I somehow overlooked PSVue. Their most basic package is $45 and doesn't include NFLN but the Core package which is $50 per month has NFNL, all the local channels, and ESPN channels. Might be the most complete deal for what I'd like.
Rest of the NFL hasn't figured it out it seems.
The logic I've always heard when teams fire GMs and Scouts after the draft and FA is that they have done so much of the work on what's to take place in the draft and FA during the season that it's hard to bring in new guys. Which makes no sense since every off season new coaches and GMs are hired.