The NFL RedZone is a sports channel that gives special game day exclusive commentary during the NFL regular season.
It is owned and operated by the NFL network
It was established during the year 2009 and has been operational ever since.
As a “special” game-day exclusive, it broadcasts on Sundays during the NFL regular season from 1:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m. Eastern (10:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. Pacific), or when the last afternoon window game ends.
The reason the RedZone is so popular is because it’s a 100% advertisement free from 1:00 to 8:00.
Where can you get RedZone?
Standard cable will likely be a lot more expensive, but pretty much every major cable provider offers RedZone in its channel lineup, which you can call and add to your subscription. The added channel will likely tack on an extra $10-15 more to your bill.
Here’s a list of cable providers that offer the channel:
- Comcast Xfinity
- Verizon Fios
- Dish Network
It is NOT available on DirecTV, which features its own Red Zone Channel with Andrew Siciliano.
The NFL RedZone channel prides itself on what it calls “whip-around coverage” that ensures you never miss a touchdown all NFL season long. It provides everything fantasy managers need to monitor their teams, including up-to-the-minute fantasy stats that allow you to not have to constantly be looking at your ESPN or Yahoo! Fantasy app.
No matter what your reason for tuning in every Sunday, make sure its with NFL RedZone. You won’t regret it.
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What is the cheapest way to get RedZone?
There are a few ways to stream NFL RedZone on your screen. Whether you want to watch how your fantasy team is doing on your smartphone, tablet or PC, you’ll most likely need a streaming service to get RedZone.
The very cheapest option is limited to smartphone viewing only. Download the NFL app and select RedZone for just $5 per month as a standalone streaming service. If you’re sick of squinting to view games on your phone, look into AirPlay to let you share your phone’s screen onto your TV.
In conclusion if you are an avid NFL follower The RedZone is absolutely necessary