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Old 08-12-2017, 03:21 PM
 
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I love the Red Zone channel. Even if I were not into fantasy football I would still love the channel. It's one of the best things TV has done in a long time. It's great when they give you the bonus coverage of games - often times during the 4 o'clock games they'll stay on games for a while even when a team is not in the red zone.
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Old 08-12-2017, 03:32 PM
 
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I love the Red Zone channel. Even if I were not into fantasy football I would still love the channel. It's one of the best things TV has done in a long time. It's great when they give you the bonus coverage of games - often times during the 4 o'clock games they'll stay on games for a while even when a team is not in the red zone.
They have to do that during the 4pm games especially after October because it's only like 3 games being played. No point in switching back and forth when 85% of the country has one out of those 3 games in their local area.
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Old 08-12-2017, 05:37 PM
 
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They have to do that during the 4pm games especially after October because it's only like 3 games being played. No point in switching back and forth when 85% of the country has one out of those 3 games in their local area.
Fair point and usually the late game for most of the country is a game the average fan WANTS to see. However, I found myself watching Red Zone predominantly from 1pm eastern to 4:15 eastern when I had basic cable: valuable channel when a lot of times the 1 pm games are centered around regional games that are often not the best of match-ups, might be blowouts, and most weeks inevitably there will be multiple other games winding down that are more compelling. And no, I have no interest in paying for an NFL subscription plan.
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Old 08-14-2017, 06:17 PM
 
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Anyone else dislike the redzone?
no, I like it a lot - best way to watch, imo......allows you to follow all the teams in the league, avoid commercials, huddles, TV time outs, review delays by the refs, etc etc. Not a FF player either - when I was, the channel was even better for keeping track of your players.
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