The 2010-2011 NFL football season is here and you can catch more games online than ever! Week seven proved to be a hard week for a lot of teams trying to bounce back from rocky starts. San Diego, New Orleans, Minnesota, and Dallas all had their hands full and lost out to their respective opponents. As much as Dallas wanted to be in the Super Bowl this year, it doesn't look like it was meant to be. Likewise, New Orleans no longer looks like the team that won the Super Bowl last year. Brett Favre may be out this upcoming week for the first time since the 90s. Buffalo almost looked like they had Baltimore beat but the Ravens were able to pull out a close win in overtime.
The moral of the story is--just because a team did well the first few weeks doesn't mean anything this season. The only teams that have shown some stability winning are Pittsburg, New England, and the Jets.
Week eight of the 2010-2011 NFL football regular season kicks off on Sunday, Oct. 31st. Check back and we will update the schedule on a weekly basis.
NFL Game Pass HD will allow football fans outside of North America to watch every NFL game live and online in its entirety. NFL Game Pass is not available in the U.S., Canada, Mexico, Bahamas, Bermuda, Antigua, and U.S. Territories.
DIRECTV will be offering the To-Go service for 2010 NFL SUNDAY TICKET customers to access their games live on their PC. DirecTV NFL Sunday Ticket customers who subscribe to the To-Go service will have the entire weekly lineup of live NFL Sunday Ticket games streamed online to their PC, laptop, or mobile device every Sunday during the 2010 NFL regular season through DirecTV's Sunday Ticket To-Go player.
Lastly, one of the most exciting announcements this year is that if you aren't available to watch the games live like those in Europe, you can now catch them on-demand, commercial free, and in HD with NFL Game Rewind.
1:00 PM ET - Washington vs. Detroit
1:00 PM ET - Jacksonville vs. Dallas
1:00 PM ET - Miami vs. Cincinnati
1:00 PM ET - Buffalo vs. Kansas City
1:00 PM ET - Carolina vs. St. Louis
1:00 PM ET - Denver vs. San Francisco
1:00 PM ET - Green Bay vs. NY Jets
4:05 PM ET - Tennessee vs. San Diego
4:15 PM ET - Tampa Bay vs. Arizona
4:15 PM ET - Minnesota vs. New England
4:15 PM ET - Seattle vs. Oakland
8:20 PM ET - Pittsburgh vs. New Orleans