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He's taking lessons from Tottenham's chairman. Learning the art of doing things last minute.
Haha :D

Is today going to be just as much an anticlimax as a one nil home defeat to a team that shipped 10 in 2 games and after a fine 9-1 the previous season?

I'm thinking unless Harry has secretly been working on a move Kaka and is now just tying up the loose ends, probably that star signing will be missing.

4pm or later on into the early evening will be fine.
 
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Also would it be possible to randomise the draft order so we have a bit of time to plan for the position? rather than finding out when entering the draft room at 3 on sunday :S
 

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Also would it be possible to randomise the draft order so we have a bit of time to plan for the position? rather than finding out when entering the draft room at 3 on sunday :S
Totally agree with that, it'dbe nice to start draft prep pre-entering. Sunday should be fine for me.
 
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Does anyone know whats heppening with Sunday Night Football yet? I know sky are showing the 6 and 9 games and ESPN has Monday Night Football but whats happening with the 1am game?
 

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Does anyone know whats heppening with Sunday Night Football yet? I know sky are showing the 6 and 9 games and ESPN has Monday Night Football but whats happening with the 1am game?
They would prefer it to be a terrestrial TV but either way nothing has been agreed and it doesn't look like it will.

We've got MNF back but now we've lost SNF :bang:

See you guys on Sunday.
 
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They would prefer it to be a terrestrial TV but either way nothing has been agreed and it doesn't look like it will.

We've got MNF back but now we've lost SNF :bang:

See you guys on Sunday.
That is so frustrating, SNF had the best games last year (and by far the best comms team) anyone know the cost of an access pass?
 

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They would prefer it to be a terrestrial TV but either way nothing has been agreed and it doesn't look like it will.

We've got MNF back but now we've lost SNF :bang:

See you guys on Sunday.
We can thank Channel Five for that. They are suppose to be showing Sunday Night Football but during last season they decided to ditch the American sports coverage they had. Who knows, maybe the BBC will go that extra step and pick up SNF as they already show the Wembley game, the Super Bowl, have a highlights program for the playoffs and coverage on Five Live Sports Extra.
 

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Anyone ever tried NFL gamepass?

About £260 for streams of all regualr season games I think. I'm tempted to get the Titans only ones, but I'm not sure my connection is good enough to stream smoothly.
 
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Channel 4 will be showing the Sunday Night Football this year.

The old school graphic will return :D


 
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NFL football is coming home! Almost three decades after first appearing on Channel 4, the NFL is returning to its original station in a new deal to broadcast Sunday Night Football.


Channel 4 will air the league's premier match-up at 1 a.m. every Sunday night, with the game kicking off at 1.20. The new season will begin with the Dallas Cowboys' trip to arch-rival Washington Redskins on September 12

Jets @ Miami W3
 
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  • Sky Sports - two lives games every Sunday (6 p.m. and 9 p.m.), plus Thursday and Saturday night games throughout the season and every playoff game live, including Super Bowl XLV from North Texas, on Sunday February 6.
  • Channel Four - Sunday Night Football every week.
  • ESPN - live Monday Night Football every week (1.30 a.m.)
  • BBC TV - Super Bowl XLV live; weekly playoff highlights; Wembley game highlights on October 31.
  • BBC Radio - weekly live game commentary (9 p.m.) on 5Live Sports Extra.
Radio Com will be cool.

Yep I think all C4 is duplicated in HD
 
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Any thoughts on randomising the draft order?

Or keeping a player or two from last season?
 

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Draft order:

1. Mystery Men
2. Furnish Flyers
3. Team Oluwakayode
4. Team Bowles
5. Bristol Darrkespurs
6. England Eagles
7. Waterford Werty
8. The Yids
9. Team Hutch
10. Teemu's Steelers

Draft begins in less than an hour!
 
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