The NFL’s 2017 season will begin April 5 and will feature three games that have the potential to be one of the most exciting of the past several decades.
But first, it’s time to take a look at some of the key questions you should have answered before the season starts:1.
How many games do I need to watch?
This is a question many are going to be asking when it’s your first time watching an NFL game.
If you don’t have a subscription to NFL Network or NFL Extra, you’ll want to plan ahead.
For instance, if you want to catch all three games of the regular season on Sunday, you need to make sure you’re watching three NFL Network games.2.
How do I watch the games?
The NFL Network will be streaming all three NFL games on March 1, as well as Sunday’s preseason opener, and all three will be streamed live on March 16.
The first two games of this week’s preseason are also available for streaming on NFL Network.3.
Will there be commercials?
While some people are worried about what ads will be airing during the games, the NFL doesn’t see the need for commercials in the league’s three preseason games.
In fact, NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell has said he would prefer the league not have any ads during the season.
The league will not have an official plan for ad-free games.4.
How much does it cost to watch the NFL?
You’ll need to find out how much it costs to watch a game.
The average price of a season pass, which is essentially a season ticket, is $29.99.
You can get one for $25.99 and up.5.
Is it worth the money?
In the NFL, the most expensive game of the season is the regular-season opener.
That’s because the regular regular-seasons games cost the league more than $100 million in the past three years, according to ESPN’s Moneyball.
However, there’s an argument to be made that the price tag is a bit high for the first few weeks of the league season.
In 2017, the Philadelphia Eagles went 4-11 in the first three games after winning their opener against the Dallas Cowboys.
The team went on to lose the next three games and the first four games of their season.