Elmagister wrote:Last season was the least amount of football I've watched since I was in Germany in the army. I enjoyed the free time.
Same here, although that was partially due to football only being available on the one TV with cable, which wasn't in the kids play room. My 2 year old would sit still for maybe a quarter, so I spent most of the time watching him and not football. If I could put football on in the background while he was playing, I'd watch a lot more (although the NFL in general has faded, IMO).
getdownmmmkay wrote:honestly, the only thing keeping me from cutting the cord is RZC or sunday ticket being available without a cable/satellite provider.
That used to be the same for me, but then I did the math and realized I'm paying 1500 a year for just football, which is a bit absurd IMO.
I pay $1200 a year for local channels and internet. Comcast has a monopoly, so my options are:
1- Pay <$50 for super slow internet (doesn't work for when I work from home)
2- Pay $80 for just internet
3- Pay $100 for faster internet and local channels
I've basically accepted that I'm being screwed. Only bonus is "free" HBO go. I really enjoyed when I lived near Verizon FIOS, that was better internet at a lower price.
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