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    Check out NFL Total Access. I think this is part of the NFL package deals. I have direct tv and I just caught wind of it today. Perhaps it has been on for a while. I am not sure. I am usually late for everything. grrrr..... :rolleyes:

    Ferter, have you been watching this? They have interviews, game replays, and team season summaries. It looks pretty awesome. I don't remember any shows during the off-season last year.

    The Rams will be on June 22, 2004. :ramlogo:

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    Re: NFL Total Access

    No Blitz, I haven't been watching. What channel is it on? Is it part of the NFL Sunday Ticket deal. I have cable in the house and the only programming I subscribe to on the directv dish is the NFL Sunday Ticket. I am listed as a returning customer for the Sunday Ticket, but the first bill is not due until June 21st. I guess I will have to plug the receiver in and see if I have it. What channel did you say?


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      Re: NFL Total Access

      I get the NFL Sunday ticket also. I saw the first portion of the ticket hit my satellite bill this month. I think this started on June 1st. It's channel 212 here on the east Coast.


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        After years of only watching games that are nationally televised, The island of Guam now gets NFL sunday ticket.
        Its a bit steep @ $300 a season but how much does it cost for a ticket in the cheap seats? WOW!!! 1000's of miles away and i get to see my favorite sports team play live on TV.

        I try my best to post 1-2 times before a game just by looking @ online stats and watching sports channels but now i'll get the whole deal and hopefully be more accurate in my views of how the rams perform after games.

        I became a member of the clan just before the preseason started and it has really been great to read everyones views on our teams status. This will definately make things even more interesting. To all that subscribe to NFLST I would love to recieve feedback on how they televise games and what to look out for if any flaws...Rams rule even more!!!
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      • Large_Ant
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        Call up DirecTV and threaten to cancel the NFL Sunday Ticket plan. Now relax. You'll never come close to them actually saying "Okay, it's cancelled." As soon as you tell them you want to do that, they transfer you to a department whose whole point in existence is to prevent you from cancelling it. These are the people you want to talk to anyway. Tell them that you wanted the games in HD and since you would have to pay an extra $100, you're just gonna cancel the whole package. As long as you had NFL Sunday Ticket last year, they will immediately offer you the SuperFan package free of charge for this year with no strings attached. Of course, if you don't call them before next season and tell them to cancel it, they'll auto renew you (and charge you) but you can easily call before then to do so.

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        The NFL's new contract with DirectTV calls for payments of $1 billion a year for the 2011-14 seasons. That is a 43% increase on an annual basis over the current five-year deal.

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