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DIRECTV NFL SUNDAY TICKET Week 1 Schedule
September 7, 2012Posted by on
It’s finally here. NFL SUNDAY TICKET subscribers from DIRECTV will be able to take advantage of every game this Sunday for the opening weekend of the 2012 NFL Season. The NFL SUNDAY TICKET package is available free of charge for 2012 with a DIRECTV subscription featuring the Choice Xtra package and above. For Week 1, all DIRECTV customers who do not have NFL SUNDAY TICKET will receive a free trial allowing for watching all the games listed below.
The schedule and channel lineups are subject to change, but here is where it stands heading into Week 1:
- Philadelphia Eagles at Cleveland Browns – 1pm – Channel 704
- St. Louis Rams at Detroit Lions – 1pm – Channel 705
- Atlanta Falcons at Kansas City Chiefs – 1pm – Channel 706
- Washington Redskins at New Orleans Saints – 1pm – Channel 707
- Indianapolis Colts at Chicago Bears – 1pm – Channel 708
- Miami Dolphins at Houston Texans – 1pm – Channel 709
- Jacksonville Jaguars at Minnesota Vikings – 1pm – Channel 710
- Buffalo Bills at New York Jets – 1pm – Channel 711
- New England Patriots at Tennessee Titans – 1pm – Channel 712
- Seattle Seahawks at Arizona Cardinals – 4pm – Channel 713
- San Francisco 49ers at Green Bay Packers – 4pm – Channel 714
- Carolina Panthers at Tampa Bay Buccaneers – 4pm – Channel 715
- All times Eastern time
Our Game to Watch: At 4pm, the San Francisco 49ers, the defensive powerhouse just minutes away from the Super Bowl last year, will face 2011’s best regular season team, the offensive juggernaut of the Green Bay Packers. The contrast in styles and quality of the teams will make this a definite must-watch for football fans across the country.
Don’t forget: with NFL SUNDAY TICKET customers can also take advantage of the NFL RED ZONE CHANNEL, which shows every scoring drive of every game throughout the day, and can watch up to eight games at once on the DIRECTV mix channel. Is everyone ready for some football?