NFL Europe.. how do you watch it?

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  1. Grid

    Grid Hall of Fame

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    I really wanna try and watch Ragone this year in NFLE.. so how do you watch it? do you have to have the NFL Network or does it come on regular cable stations? anyone know?
     
  2. texasguy346

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    It comes on FoxSports and Fox. I'm not sure if you can watch every game, but you can definately catch a few.
     
  3. TheTim5125

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    if you have nfl network you can watch all the games
     
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    *snickers*Move to Europe?
     
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  6. wiley2002

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    I don't. But since there are some Texans in there I'll keep up here on the website on their progress.
     
  7. Negative Jesus

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    I usually watch it on my T.V. :D

    No really , the games are on NFL network . I just wish Time Warner would get the channel , thats the only thing I miss about my dish . :mad:
     
  8. shinerbock_girl

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    Finally something to my advantage....I just switched from Time warner, they sucked...I love my satellite, Voom....They also have more sports channels.
     


  9. edo783

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    But ya don't get the NFL Sunday Ticket. Best thing since sliced bread IMO. If Direct TV didn't have that exclusivly, I might consider another provider (very Happy though), but as no one else has it, I am never changing. Love the NFL Network and Total Access. They have to many re-runs of the stuff they just ran, but it's better than anything else out there.
     
  10. TexanExile

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    I agree with edo--without directv, no sunday ticket, which for us displaced Texans essentially means little (if any!) local TV coverage on Sundays. Most east coast stations would show just about anything before a Texans game, even on a local bye week.

    Lookin' forward to see the Rag in NFLE. At last, he's playing against equally talented people!

    NFL Network I like, but I get bored with some of their studio shows. I'm sure it's hard to come up with new material all offseason, but even DURING the season it seemed like they and ESPN's NFL Live spent too much time whining about T.O.....
     
  11. Texans Pride

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    Edo, I understand. I'm in Denver and had to base where we were going to live to make sure I could get a few of the southern sky!
     
  12. scourge

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    Voom goes bye-bye
     

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