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Watch Thursday Night Football over Internet? (1 Viewer)

BoltBacker22

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I work the graveyard shift and cannot watch TNF game live. - I was wondering if anyone knows a way to watch the game over the internet. I don't want a live streaming video. I want to be able to watch a recording of the game. I won't be able to watch until the middle of the night. Anyone know of a site where I can do this. I have searched relentlessly... I would appreciate the help. Thanks

 
Someone told me on ESPN.com they show repeats of all games. I never scouted it out though, just something I heard...might not be reliable or it might be a subscription as well.

 
A couple of weeks ago NFL.com was broadcasting the NFL Network game of CHI @ MIN.

They're doing it again this week and they call it their companion broadcast over the internet on their web site.

http://www.nfl.com/live/landing?icampaign=Live_300_NOvCHI

The cool thing about it is that you get to choose from four or five different camera angles/views, sky cam, sideline cam, etc...

Looks like we get two online games per week, the Thursday NFL Network game and the Sunday night game. There are also links to go back and watch previous Thursday/Sunday broadcasts.

 
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A couple of weeks ago NFL.com was broadcasting the NFL Network game of CHI @ MIN.

They're doing it again this week and they call it their companion broadcast over the internet on their web site.

http://www.nfl.com/live/landing?icampaign=Live_300_NOvCHI

The cool thing about it is that you get to choose from four or five different camera angles/views, sky cam, sideline cam, etc...

Looks like we get two online games per week, the Thursday NFL Network game and the Sunday night game. There are also links to go back and watch previous Thursday/Sunday broadcasts.
Unfortunately he can't watch it live, he needs a recording.
 
Does the visiting team ever telecast it on the local cable on anything other than the NFL Channel? I live just outside Jackson, MS and the Saints are always on television every week. They occasionally broadcast some of the NFL Channel shows on one of the local outlets. If the Saints lose tonight they are obviously done so I was hopeful.

Has anybody seen this happen anywhere?

 
A couple of weeks ago NFL.com was broadcasting the NFL Network game of CHI @ MIN.

They're doing it again this week and they call it their companion broadcast over the internet on their web site.

http://www.nfl.com/live/landing?icampaign=Live_300_NOvCHI

The cool thing about it is that you get to choose from four or five different camera angles/views, sky cam, sideline cam, etc...

Looks like we get two online games per week, the Thursday NFL Network game and the Sunday night game. There are also links to go back and watch previous Thursday/Sunday broadcasts.
is there a fee for this? do i need an account or anything ?
 
A couple of weeks ago NFL.com was broadcasting the NFL Network game of CHI @ MIN.

They're doing it again this week and they call it their companion broadcast over the internet on their web site.

http://www.nfl.com/live/landing?icampaign=Live_300_NOvCHI

The cool thing about it is that you get to choose from four or five different camera angles/views, sky cam, sideline cam, etc...

Looks like we get two online games per week, the Thursday NFL Network game and the Sunday night game. There are also links to go back and watch previous Thursday/Sunday broadcasts.
is there a fee for this? do i need an account or anything ?
No fee, but the broadcast is terrible. They only show about 1 out of every 3 or 4 drives. Most of the time they are talking in the studio with Jamie Dukes. When they actually show the game, the quality is great but it is very frustrating.
 
You need to check out "nfl game rewind" from nfl.com.

I paid 20 bucks and get to watch any/every game of the 2008 season on demand until April or something. It's a pretty awesome service. I'm surprised I haven't seen anything posted about it yet.

I think you can pay 5 dollars just for the games from a certain week.

 
You need to check out "nfl game rewind" from nfl.com.I paid 20 bucks and get to watch any/every game of the 2008 season on demand until April or something. It's a pretty awesome service. I'm surprised I haven't seen anything posted about it yet.I think you can pay 5 dollars just for the games from a certain week.
WOW. Thanks Chreesto. I did not know about this. I just signed up and it's awesome. Thanks again!!!!
 
Or if you have Comcast, you can add their sports package for a day, watch it on the NFL Network replay and cancel it. I haven't tried this, but would assume it works since there are no contracts. Pro-rated, I'm thinking it would cost you less than a buck.

 
Does the visiting team ever telecast it on the local cable on anything other than the NFL Channel? I live just outside Jackson, MS and the Saints are always on television every week. They occasionally broadcast some of the NFL Channel shows on one of the local outlets. If the Saints lose tonight they are obviously done so I was hopeful.Has anybody seen this happen anywhere?
I believe the local market gets the game. I'm in Jersey and we got the Jets Pats TNF matchup.
 
A couple of weeks ago NFL.com was broadcasting the NFL Network game of CHI @ MIN.

They're doing it again this week and they call it their companion broadcast over the internet on their web site.

http://www.nfl.com/live/landing?icampaign=Live_300_NOvCHI

The cool thing about it is that you get to choose from four or five different camera angles/views, sky cam, sideline cam, etc...

Looks like we get two online games per week, the Thursday NFL Network game and the Sunday night game. There are also links to go back and watch previous Thursday/Sunday broadcasts.
is there a fee for this? do i need an account or anything ?
No fee, but the broadcast is terrible. They only show about 1 out of every 3 or 4 drives. Most of the time they are talking in the studio with Jamie Dukes. When they actually show the game, the quality is great but it is very frustrating.
Are you sure about this? When I watch the games on NFL.com for free, the first half is total game, the 2nd half is studio/game.
 

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