Actually, it seems like Sunday Ticket might not be available at all anymore on the PS3. The wiki page says is was discontinued this year yet the link leads to a page no longer there.
What are people's experiences with threatening Direct TV? You know one of those "I'm going to change providers or else" kind of threats, do they budge at all? I'm really starting to hate what I pay to have it, shit's starting to feel like a fucking car payment.
Peyton and Eli don't work cheap.
I haven't paid for Sunday Ticket in so many years I can't even remember the last time I did.
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NFL's Sunday Ticket Pulled from PlayStation 3
DirecTV's NFL Sunday Ticket, the service delivering all over-the-air NFL games broadcast on Sunday afternoons during the league's regular season, will no longer be offered on the PlayStation 3. IGN reports that Sony has confirmed the end of the arrangement.
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Also worth noting that $75 is the true value of the streaming package being offered with Madden 2014. I've heard plenty of people claim that for an extra $40, you get Madden and the Sunday Ticket (a $300 value!) While it's true that the NFL Sunday Ticket Max is $300, the bulk of that money is paying for your live HD satellite feed. By getting Madden, you're essentially saving $35 on activating one streaming device. Even if you don't have DirecTV this could easily be done by chipping in money on a friend's Sunday Ticket Max and then using their activation code for your computer.
Hard Knocks is making me really excited for some football.
It's going to be nice to have a quarterback. The Kurt Warner era seems like a lifetime ago.
Hey, at least he's going to be reunited with Alex Smith. They can build on the zero completions they combined for last season.
I feel like this was just a trade so each team doesn't have to go through the "humiliation" of having to cut their own draft busts. It actually is a pretty even trade though. Baldwin has shown some flashes in the past on a team that had no QB and bad coaching and Jenkins should at the very least be able to get on the field more in KC then he would in San Francisco. My prediction is both players will still be out of the league in two years. I still can't believe Jenkins turned down the offer when Jerry Rice offered to work out with him.
I wonder what he did to make it more than the normal 4.
From what I was reading Von has already been in the NFL drug program and it is a second offense which calls for 8 games. The 6 could just be from a deal made. Though interesting enough he very well might not have even failed a drug test. Apparently once in the program a player missing a test, diluted urine counts, or anything not done normally counts as a violation.
Bruce Allen, GM of the Redskins:
This guy has a rather inflated opinion of the NFC East."There's so many changes in the playoff teams each year -- I think half of them change each year anyway," Allen told ESPN 980 recently via DC Sports Bog. "And in our division, you know, we're in the SEC of the NFL. This is the big leagues. I think when the Giants last won the Super Bowl, they won it with a 9-7 record. So we have to keep competing in our division, and that's what our focus is.
The East is the worst of the 4 NFC divisions this year. Since 1996, the NFC East has won two Super Bowls... while the SEC has won nine national championships. Bruce Allen is full of shit.
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