Sunday ticket could be moving to YouTube TV


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Obviously it's the thing for people who need to follow a specific team out of market.

What about RedZone though? That is a fun way to watch casually.
 

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This is interesting.

I use YouTube TV for my primary television streaming service right now, although I'm tinkering with Direct Stream for a few regional sports network options.

I haven't had Sunday Ticket for several years, although prior to that I would get it every year. Hard to beat RedZone, it's like crack cocaine for the NFL fan with a short attention span. That's the only thing I have on my TV for the primary 6-7 hours of NFL action on Sunday afternoons.
 

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This is interesting.

I use YouTube TV for my primary television streaming service right now, although I'm tinkering with Direct Stream for a few regional sports network options.

I haven't had Sunday Ticket for several years, although prior to that I would get it every year. Hard to beat RedZone, it's like crack cocaine for the NFL fan with a short attention span. That's the only thing I have on my TV for the primary 6-7 hours of NFL action on Sunday afternoons.
Redzone is the best, especially at about 2:30-3:30 when the first games are ending.

About 10 of the Vikings games are on TV where I live each year (really just whenever they aren't on the same network and time as the Packers or Bears), the other ones I'm able to find online pretty easily.
 




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