NFL schedule Week 10 is going to be an extremely entertaining week as we have incredible matchups such as the Minnesota Vikings vs. Buffalo Bills, Washington Commanders vs. Philadelphia Eagles, Dallas Cowboys vs. Green Bay Packers, and Los Angeles Chargers vs. San Francisco 49ers. Make sure you are ready for an impactful week of games and be ready to watch all of the action.
The National Football League has been doing a lot of positive in terms of the viewing experience, but there is one massive issue that persists throughout the course of years, and that is you are blacked out from watching NFL games when you are watching a game in a stadium.
The stadiums try to create a sense of balance by keeping NFL Red Zone on so you can see all the scoring plays, but if you are playing Fantasy Football or have another game that you are interested in that is going on at the same time, you seem to be out of luck.
Today, we are going to discuss why the NFL needs to make every game available for people inside the stadium just like they do for people watching from the comforts of their homes.
Why Limit Yourself?
I understand there is a major difference in the atmosphere between going to an NFL game in person and watching it on television, but you need to consider the pros and cons of each before jumping in one way or another.
If you are going to an island game (Thursday Night Football, Sunday Night Football, or Monday Night Football), there is no worry, as that is the only game going on. However, there are issues, as you are going to be unable to stream any other games while at the stadium unless you are in a suite that has access to other games.
This becomes a major issue as they are dealing with people that are involved with sports betting in some stadiums as well as Fantasy Sports, where the impact of each player is significant. Not to mention to connection to see what is happening in games outside of the one you are watching is slow and extremely difficult to figure out.
The NFL Made Streaming Games A Lot Easier
The NFL has created its own subscription service, conveniently named NFL Plus or NFL+. This gives fans access to all live out-of-market games on their devices and tablets, as well as the live game audio for every single game. This is essentially the NFL Sunday Ticket being available for all users, and you can watch a bunch of different games instead of just a single one.
What happens if you go to a game and it becomes extremely one-sided? Do you stay because it is football, or do you go home because there is not really an entertainment factor in that game? If you are streaming the game instead, you can simply select another game on the slate.
The National Football League has done a great job of presenting its product to the point where watching from home can give you a bigger sense of what is actually happening throughout the game as you get real-time updates and things that fans at the game seemingly do not get knowledge about.
The National Football League product has become more of a television show than it is a live sports entertainment ability. With the ability to stream games from across the country, there are a lot of different reasons why you should not attend games in person, so you can keep track of what is going on in the rest of the league.
Want to keep track of your survivor picks, fantasy players, and even the rival team to make sure that you can keep track of everything going around outside of the singular game you could be in attendance of?