The NFL is officially back. After an exciting opening week that started with the New England Patriots getting upset by the Kansas Chiefs and ending with a frenzied finish to the Denver Broncos vs. San Diego Chargers game on Monday Night Football, the league is clearly on pace for a thrilling 2017 campaign. If you aren’t able to catch pro pigskin action via the wonders of DISH Network, you aren’t watching football right.
DISH Network negotiated a deal with the NFL last year to bring the NFL Network and NFL RedZone channel back to the carrier. By doing that, DISH has become one of the best providers of NFL content available thanks to a winning combination of programming and hardware.
To start, DISH subscribers have access to Sports Bar Mode, which allows viewers to view up to four programs on a single television at once. This is perfect for Sundays, when you want to watch your local team play every snap, while also having a chance to see every single score from around the country via RedZone. DISH is also perfect for cordcutters and travelers too, as their revolutionary Sling TV allows people to stream both NFL Network and RedZone across their phones, tablets and televisions at any time.
Hans Schroeder, DISH’s senior vice president, was thrilled to get the NFL suite of programming back last year, saying at the time:
“We are pleased to see NFL Network and NFL RedZone back on DISH…DISH is an important distributor of NFL Network and NFL RedZone, and we are excited to expand our distribution to new fans on the fast-growing Sling TV platform.”
If you aren’t subscribed to DISH yet, you’ll want to sign up in time for Week 2 of the 2017 NFL season to start this Thursday. The Cincinnati Bengals and Houston Texans will be matching up for yet another gritty battle, their eighth over the last decade—and that can only be seen on NFL Network.
Call PES Dish today for a free, next-day installation service that will have you up and ready to watch NFL action in time for Week 2’s Thursday Night Football showdown.