Ok, slightly off-topic.
By that i mean this isn't Jake related
Some HUGE news for us brits on this side of the pond - we are getting close to having as much choice as our american counterparts!
The National Football League has awarded Sky the UK and Irish rights to the NFL under a new four-year deal, up until the end of the 2010-2011 season. The new arrangement will bring an increase in the number of games shown live in the UK.
From next season onwards, NFL fans in the UK can look forward to:
• More than 100 live matches each season; double the current commitment.
• Extra live games through the Sky digital interactive service.
• All 10 Playoff games in January.
• Super Bowl live at the end of each season.
• Live and recorded pre-season and NFL Europe League games.
That means that you can see more live games every Sunday night from the start of the 2007 season than you are getting now even with the extra red button matchups, fans in the UK can look forward to the 2007 NFL Draft on Sky Sports, preseason action, and an increased interactive presence. This deal also covers the NFL Network’s Thursday and Saturday games for the current season, meaning that Sky will pick up seven extra games this season, including mouth-watering matchups between Baltimore and Cincinnati (Thursday November 30th) and Dallas and Atlanta (Saturday December 16th).
The NFL will also have a year-round presence with additional support programming from the NFL Network, the NFL’s own television channel in the United States. Sky will also have content for broadband and mobile services.
Goes to show the following the game has over here!
Plus this now increases the chances that i'll be able to see all Bronco games on TV as opposed to streams.
In addition we also get some NFL Network stuff!