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why am i getting a feed for an auburn game?

Because for some reason that channel is on ESPNU and not the Redskins game as labeled. Just listening on the radio so far, I can't find any streams.

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In Bogota...looking to stream the game today. Any good links would be helpful. I am trying FirstRow, but they keep wanting me to install software, popups galore. Can't seem to get any pregame video. Any help would be greatly appreciated! 

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Wiziwig...I think the link is on the previous page, sorry I'm on my phone.

 

This is working. Use AdBlock plus in Chrome to get rid of the ads blocking the screen. Thanks! :)

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Would someone kindly post of link for the Skins / Rams game today?  :-)

http://88.80.11.29/

BMitch is getting agitated again when speaking of Gruden and Haslett :D

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I have an event today and will miss the game live. Do I set my DVR recording for cbs or nfl network? Or do they show it on both without one being blocked out? Twist is that I live in the Philly area so I don't know if that makes a difference in the rules. Another twist I can't record both channels either! Lol

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In Bogota...looking to stream the game today. Any good links would be helpful. I am trying FirstRow, but they keep wanting me to install software, popups galore. Can't seem to get any pregame video. Any help would be greatly appreciated! 

Do not download any of thier software. If you pick a link and it ask for you to download something move on to the next link. Make sure you have ad block running as well.

 

The 2 sites I use: http://www.ifeed2all.eu/type/american-football.html

 

http://xn--frstrowsports-39b.eu/football

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NFL Game Pass 2015

http://www.nfl.com/gamepass?referrer=PSL&icampaign=gpdomestic_psl_redirect

 

This looks interesting.  Includes Live Preseason games and time-delayed Regular Season Games.

 

If one is out of market (that is, not living in the DC area) and can go into a cone of silence for 4-6 hrs or so on Sundays, the Redskins games can be watched, commercial free.  National games are live already.  It has to be A LOT cheaper than the $360 DirecTV wants to charge for NFL Sunday Ticket MAX this year!

 

Small print on the bottom of the webpage:

NFL Game Pass is only available to users within the United States, Bermuda, Antigua, the Bahamas, any U.S. territories, possessions and commonwealths (including American Samoa, Guam, Puerto Rico and the US Virgin Islands), and Mexico.

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The NFL will soon offer a new on-demand video feature to users of its NFL Mobile app called Game Pass. With Game Pass, fans will be able to watch all 256 regular season games on-demand through their mobile device, as well as on a number of set-top boxes, as well as console like the Xbox One and Xbox 360. In addition to regular season games on-demand, you'll also be able to watch live, out-of-market pre-season games, as well as the entirety of past seasons since 2009, including Super Bowls.

NFL Game Pass gives you a variety of ways to experience games. You can turn off scores for match-ups that you have yet to watch. If you don't have time or inclination to watch a full game, they can be condensed down to 30-minute segments. You can analyze games using exclusive camera angles from All-22 and EndZone.

All games will be available commercial-free and in HD. As part of the rollout of Game Pass, Game Rewind, a similar feature from the NFL, will be discontinued on July 31. No pricing announcements have been made for Game Pass, though the Game Rewind feature is currently available for $24.99.

Source: NFL Game Pass

You can read comments and view pictures/video here at windowscentral.com: http://www.windowscentral.com/nfl-new-game-pass-will-let-you-watch-whole-football-season-demand

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