Be sure to watch all of the games this NFL season you can, thanks in part to NFL RedZone.
Death, taxes and Scott Hanson never having to take a single bathroom break during the first two viewing windows of every fall Sunday. While most people like to have their favorite team’s game on simultaneously, NFL RedZone is a fantastic way to make sure you don’t miss a touchdown over the course of the early and late-afternoon windows each week. Of course, you need to get it first…
Here is what you need to know to be able to watch NFL RedZone, and if you can get it in your area.
NFL RedZone 2022: How to watch online
As it tradition, RedZone runs from opening kickoff at 1:00 p.m. ET on Sunday afternoon until 8:00 p.m. ET, right before toe meets leather on NBC’s Sunday Night Football. In terms of overall availability, you can get RedZone if you are able to get The NFL Network where you live. This pretty much means you are able to get RedZone one way or another, regardless of where you call home.
Here are a list of the partners RedZone and the NFL Network have entering the 2022 NFL season.
- Fios by Verizon
- Hulu + Live TV
What makes RedZone unlike anything else out there, is the opportunity to watch all the highlights of all the games that aren’t on in your area. Even if you are stuck with the bad hometown team gumming up your viewing habits on Sunday, whether that be on CBS or FOX, you can watch bits and pieces of all the games going on in both viewing windows. You do not have to leave the couch!
Not only does the coverage go to each game as soon as an offense enters the red zone (20 yards out from pay dirt, baby!), but it will hang around and give you content from other interesting games of notes inside of the 20s. It’s a pretty cool thing, man! Ultimately, watching RedZone takes some getting used to, but you feel better off by having it on in the background to monitor action.
When someone asks if you saw a play, you can say you did because you watched it on RedZone.