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NFL Network’s schedule for “The Longest Pregame Show in History” for Super Bowl XLIV

By Ryan NFL Network announced today the details of its Super Bowl XLIV pregame coverage, consisting of a whopping eight and a half hours of programming. Just about every major storyline is getting some attention. And then, they’ll trot out the cast of the movie Grown Ups. From NFL Network: NFL NETWORK AT SUPER BOWL XLIV: WHAT’S ON “THE LONGEST PREGAME SHOW IN HISTORY” NFL GAMEDAY MORNING—Sunday, February 7 at 9:00 AM On Super Bowl Sunday, NFL Network’s pregame show, NFL GameDay Morning will provide a record 8 ½ hours of live coverage starting at 9:00 AM ET with 18 […]

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NFL Network’s wall-to-wall coverage of Super Bowl XLIV

By Ryan NFL Network announced its “everything but the game itself” coverage of Super Bowl XLIV from South Florida. Highlights include 8.5 hours of pregame coverage on Sunday, along with 65 hours of original programming from South Florida. From NFL Network: THE LONGEST PREGAME SHOW IN HISTORY – A RECORD 8.5 HOURS OF SUPER BOWL SUNDAY COVERAGE ON NFL NETWORK SUPER COVERAGE INCLUDES MORE THAN 50 HOURS OF LIVE PROGRAMMING OF SUPER BOWL XLIV FROM SOUTH FLORIDA PROVIDING VIEWERS ALL-ACCESS PASS Unmatched Super Bowl-Winning Analyst Line-Up Includes Deion Sanders, Marshall Faulk, Michael Irvin, Warren Sapp, Rod Woodson and Joe Theismann […]

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NFL preseason games on NFL Network

By Ryan (Click here for the 2011 NFL Preseason TV Schedule) NFL Network presents 12 preseason games live and in HD, and five of them air this Friday and Saturday Aug. 14-15. During the 2009 NFL preseason, NFL Network will televise a record 65 games – up from the 54 shown in 2008. The preseason schedule, which is entirely in HD for the first time, also includes 97 encore telecasts so that no one will miss a game. Live NFL Preseason Games on NFL Network: St. Louis Rams vs. New York Jets (HD) • Friday, Aug. 14, 7pm ET Denver […]

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Where To Watch The 2009 NFL Draft

NFL Draft weekend is April 25-26, and there will once again be plenty of hype and more in-depth coverage than ever before as teams select their new saviors. You’ll hear more scouting data about players than you ever cared to know. You’ll hear how every pick is great and fills a need. But really, no one can judge in one weekend in April if any of these draft picks are any good. You can’t measure a draft’s success until the season after — or even a few seasons after — the draft. So take what happens on draft day with […]

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NFL Network Tackles Super Bowl XLIII

Posted by Cubicle QB So the hype machine for Super Bowl XLIII is in full swing this week, and NFL Network is going with the all-out media blitz again. Here’s everything you can see on NFLN between now and Monday morning’s wrap up: NFL Network Super Bowl XLIII Coverage (All Times Eastern) Monday, January 26 10:00 AM – America’s Game: The Missing Rings – 1969 Minnesota Vikings 11:00 AM – America’s Game: The Missing Rings – 1981 San Diego Chargers 12 NOON – America’s Game: The Missing Rings – 1998 Minnesota Vikings 1:00 PM – America’s Game: The Missing Rings […]

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NFL Network Gives You Total Access To The Season’s Worst Game

NFL Network is probably my favorite cable channel, but it seems it’s falling on hard times these days. Most big cable companies are still refusing to carry it, and it even rented away its best show, NFL Game of the Week, to ION (!) this season. And NFL Net couldn’t even catch a break this past weekend when it decided to make Sunday’s Ravens-49ers game — a miserable crapfest the Ravens won 9-7 — a special “Mic’d Up” game. NFL Net added 12 extra cameras to this game and put microphones on 10 players and coaches to bring us Ravens […]