How to win your Fantasy Football League Without an Expensive Cable TV Bill
When it comes to the world of football, there are football fans and then there are fantasy football fans. For those of you unfamiliar, fantasy football is essentially a game within a game where fans make virtual rosters of real NFL players and pit them off against other teams using stats from each week of NFL play.
It’s an incredibly addictive way to watch sports; and when you’re in a league of your own, missing a week is simply not an option. If you love fantasy football, but you need a way to cut costs, keep reading because you have come to the right place.
Cord Cutting Guide to Watching the 2016 NFL Season
At long last football season is finally here. For the next few months; every Sunday, Monday, and Thursday will be its own special holiday filled with tackles, touchdowns, and glorious 1080p HD entertainment. If this is your first football season without cable or you’re thinking about cutting the cord, you’re probably wondering what you’ll have to give up for your cable TV alternative; and in this instance, the answer is nothing.
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Here are the 5 ways you can watch NFL Football without cable:
The NFL postseason is such a bittersweet time for me. The postseason is filled with exciting games and high stakes; but at the end of it all you have the sad realization that football season is finally over.
However, as sad as that realization is, nothing can extinguish the excitement for the penultimate game of the season: The Super Bowl.
This year FOX will be broadcasting the Super Bowl, Sun. Feb 5 at 2:50 pm PST. It will be a brutal match-up between the Atlanta Falcons and the New England Patriots; hostedat NRG Stadium in Houston, Texas.
The Super Bowl is a culmination of hard work, busted knees, and concussed craniums; and even non-football fans have to stop and marvel at the spectacle that is this game. But if you’re a football fan and a first time cordcutter, you may be nervous about catching the big game without cable.
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It’s sad to say that professional sports has become more about money than athleticism or sportsmanship; but fortunately for cord cutters, Super Bowl LI is one event you can watch with little hassle. Today I’m going to show you four ways to watch the Super Bowl without Cable. Hint… all you need is access to FOX.