ESPN or NFLN

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Will you be watching the NFL Draft on ESPN or NFLN

  1. ESPN

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  2. NFLN

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  1. Hutch13

    Hutch13 List of demands

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    Will you be watching the NFL draft on ESPN or NFLN?

    For me it's ESPN just because I've watched on that station for the past couple of years and I don't love it but I have gotten used to it.
     
  2. awtysst

    awtysst Draft Guru

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    ESPN. I don't get NFL Network.
     
  3. kastofsna

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    ESPN on TV, NFL-N on the computer
     
  4. Line_Producer

    Line_Producer Party Rocker

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    I'll be at the bar watching both on plasmas next to each other. Left ear...NFL network. Right ear...ESPN.

    Word.
     
  5. Ryan

    Ryan THIS YEAR

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    ESPN by habit, not by choice.
     
  6. bckey

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    I like the Nfl Network but the same commercials over and over become very tiresome.
     
  7. beerlover

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    I'll record NFLN & flip back & forth as commercials dictate so as not to miss any action :spit:
     
  8. threetoedpete

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    You're hlaf way to the cure....The disney sport channel is arrogant, condensending and here lately, more often than not, when it come to the draft, wrong. Couple that with the fact that thier football progrming gets pushed behind baseball and basketball and hockey.... you're basiclly licking the boot that kicks you when you patronize them.
     
  9. Maddict5

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    nfln until schefter starts ruining the picks with his scoops :gun:
     
  10. Silver Oak

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    NFLN, although it will be hard to get used to the bile rising in my throat whenever Deion begins to talk.
     
  11. Thorn

    Thorn Dirty Old Man

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    TV-MAX cable sucks, so no NFLN. It'll be ESPN for me.
     
  12. GuerillaBlack

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    NFLN has an online feed you can watch. I did it last year when I didn't have cable. This year I do, but don't have NFLN (can't stand the ESPN), so I'll do the online feed.
     
  13. Ryan

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    i'm gonna try my best to watch it on NFLN. If not, i will at least go half and half. I'm a creature of habit, and if i can keep things the same as they were, i am good. So if i can watch it on NFLN, maybe i can form a new habit. I hate listening to Schefter talk though, i hate his voice.
     
  14. nunusguy

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    What's your problem with Deion ? I think he's an entertaining, intelligent guy who brings a lot of insight and humor.
    But I'm toggling back & forth between the 2, lovin every minute of it. Great coverage by both but so far I'm leaning to the NFLNetworks coverage. The
    insider talk, including personnel analysis is better IMO. We'll see what the coverage is like once the Draft actually begins.
     
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    Sorry I'm with them. I like ESPNs coverage. Eisen is one of my favorites but I like the panel as a whole for ESPN. Deion gets on my last nerve when he speaks.
     
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    ROFL. qft.

    I'll stick with NFLN though.
     
  18. kastofsna

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    god, ESPN is dumb once again. they always make some little mistake that ruins the overall draft experience. when the player is drafted and they go on stage to get the jersey and shake hands etc, they have that in this tiny little window while a window showing their highlights takes up 2/3rds of the screen. you have PLENTY of time to show the highlights, show the guy getting his hat and jersey, jesus.
     
  19. PapaL

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    Anyone elses NFLN having audio issues? I switching back and forth.
     
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