- Joined Sep 7, 2011
The Great feeling of sitting home all day sunday watching mutliple of games on my 60 inch flat screen. Thank God for NFL Sunday Ticket. Directv gave it to me for free this season.
Originally Posted by CP1708
I've had the Ticket for like 13 years now (I went in on it with my wife's fam first, then got my own when we got married/own place etc) and seriously, there is nothing better.
For 4 months of the year, I only exsist 6 days a week. On Sundays, @#$% you and whatever you want to bother me with. I'm gone.Up at 8:30 AM, shower, eat, pregame, get all my stuff ready that I'll need, notebooks and such, phone charged, laptop if I have it with me, then 10 AM hits, I'm watchin either my game, or if they play later, the game that interests me most. I set the alerts for all of my fav players on the ticket, so they update on screen as I'm watching, and when a commercial comes, I hit back to the next game. If I see a score that's interesting elsewhere, I'll flip over to that and see what's goin on. I don't sit thru any commercials, I go to game after game til I find action.
1 hits, and I switch to a new 18 players to update on the ticket, go to whichever game I'm ready for and repeat the 10 AM portion. I watch til the last second is played in the afternoon games, then I eat, and turn to the pregame for the 5:15 game. Watch that til it's over, then switch to ESPNEWS or NFLN and watch any interviews, updates, highlights etc til about 10-10:30 that night.
Then I finish the night out watchin Dexter, because it's awesome.
I don't know nobody on Sundays. If someone goes to the ER, they go alone. All I ask for is 21 Sundays out of 365 days a year. I'm a slave to life the rest of the days, but those 21 days are all me. NFL ticket could raise their prices to $600 a year if they wanted, they would still get idiots like me payin. I don't care. It's worth it to me. I'm a husband, father, son, brother, son-in-law, friend, brother-in-law, for 340 some odd days a year, I'm dead to people for those 21.
Originally Posted by Juicy J 32
I've had it for the past two years, but just moved to a new place and can't have DTV installed.
What streaming options do they have? I need my 12-14 hours of NFL straight on Sunday. I need it!
If you have an Ps3. you can get NFL Sunday Ticket though your Playstation Network account. Look into it
Well, not video footage or anything, but stat tracker will give updates as they go along. So it'll pop up, Moss 17 yard pass from Brady, Peterson 15 yard run, etc etc as the day goes along. You won't get every play, like 2-3 yard plays, but big plays, and obviously TD's will get listed as they go along, and then if someone crosses 100 yards or whatever it will update.Originally Posted by Mez 0ne
You can follow plays of your favorite player?
Originally Posted by Mez 0ne
I have a PS3 too and I may consider copping, but I heard it was even more expensive than DirecTV? Like 300+
Originally Posted by el producto79
I refer to the entire portion of my life before I got Sunday Ticket as 'the Dark Ages'.
BasicallyOriginally Posted by jkballer5
Had it the past 2 years. Saw the Deion commercials so I got on the phone to renew it for this year...they wanted $300Couldn't afford it...
Read that for PS3 users without DirecTV, the price is $339.95 (which is $5 more than what you would normally pay with DirecTV).Debating on getting it through PS3, I heard it's $350 though, just insane. I replaced my PS3 a few days ago and a new one was only $250
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