A Word from Our Sponsors: The NFL Red Zone Channel is Great (We Agree. It's Indispensable.)

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A Word from Our Sponsors: The NFL Red Zone Channel is Great (We Agree. It's Indispensable.)

If you've been following SB Nation closely for the past few weeks, you might have noticed our advertisement's for the NFL's new Red Zone channel. Now, we're proud to announce we'll be working with Comcast, who carries this channel and will be offering a free preview of the RedZone channel for this weekend's early games (October 4th).

This post is an extension of that relationship. And, ordinarily, we might feel slightly conflicted about such a transparent nod to our coroporate sponsors. Except that this product is so singularly awesome.

Consider: the NFL RedZone channel is the best way to watch the biggest plays from all the games all in one place. No more frentic channel-flipping with your remote control. This way, you can get comfortable on your couch at 1:05 pm and not have to move a muscle for the next 6 hours. The RedZone will show you every score, every big play, and every team that's driving within their opponent's 20-yard line. You see everything. Does that sound like something you might be interested in?

Good, because again, Comcast is offering a free preview for all its digital customers this weekend from 1-4:15. You know those game breaks, where the network cuts away from your boring game to show you the jaw-dropping play that happened 5 minutes ago in another game? Now, you won't miss those plays. The Red Zone channel is like one, big game break, except that it all happens live, and it continues for six hours straight.

You don't have to watch the Red Zone channel all Sunday long, but when your home team's game hits a lull, it's a pretty irresistable alternative. Just trust me; I tried to watch the Cowboys-Bucaneers game in Week 1, but for a solid two hours, I sat there, entranced by this channel. How could it all be so... perfect?

To find out more, check out Comcast's promotion here, and watch this Sunday, where the early games will be shown on the Red Zone channel free of charge.

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