In Uncertain Football Season, NFL Network’s Red Zone a Sure Score
Six weeks have passed since the opening kickoff to the 2010 NFL season and there are still many uncertainties as to how this campaign will finish. Beyond a few perennial truths that include the Lions, Browns, 49ers and Raiders’ annual collective suck-fest and the usual solidity of the AFC East, we know almost nothing about this football season. A myriad of questions abound that, as of yet, do not have answers such as:
“Are the Cowboys really this bad?”
– Maybe, and I relish every minute of it.
“Who will win the NFC Central division?”
– We have absolutely no idea.
“Will any Cincinnati Bengals get arrested this year?”
– Possibly, but it’s still too early to tell.
“Was that really Brett Favre’s weenie on those text message photos on Deadspin.com?”
– We are divided on this. Part of us wants to see The Gunslinger absorb this horrible chapter in his career and bounce back to finish with dignity. However, we remain torn and wish to see the salacious Favre Express train wreck continue to fester and witness his exit from the game having tarnished his legend. OK, at this point, we want to see the latter.
Among all of these questions, few answers are to be had. But there is one infallible certainty in this young season: the NFL Network’s Red Zone channel is absolutely fantastic.
In fact, it is beyond fantastic. For me, it has revolutionized the way I watch football. And to think this was all an unintended consequence from expanding my cable service in an attempt to catch one or two University of Utah football games on obscure channels leads me to believe this discovery was nothing less than divine providence.
Why, you ask? Allow me to enlighten…