Even though we’re right in the thick of the holiday season, it’s never too early to start thinking about Super Bowl Sunday. The NFL Super Bowl XLIII (43) will air live on NBC, Feb 1, 2009. The game is going to be held in Tampa Bay, Florida, at the Raymond James Stadium. Currently, Bruce Springsteen is set to headline the Bridgestone Super Bowl XLIII halftime show, making it must see TV. And the best part is, this year, you will be able to watch all of it right on your PC.
One way to watch the Super Bowl on your PC is through Directv’s NFL Sunday Ticket. You can now see every game on your desktop when you subscribe to Directv’s NFL Sunday Ticket Superfan. Included with NFL Sunday Ticket SuperFan, Directv Supercast delivers live streams of every NFL Sunday Ticket game to your computer. It doesn’t matter if you have a PC pr a MAC, it is compatible with both. You can get all the scores, stats, and the ability to change games in full screen, just like you do on your TV or you can watch games in new min-mode screen. You will also receive near real-time highlights from every game. You can add SuperFan to an NFL Sunday Ticket package when you order Directv service for only $69.00.
You will also be able to watch the entire game live online at NFL.com. NFL.com will be bringing you the entire game on their website. They will be showing all of the behind the scenes action and the big events before the game. The only downfall to watching the Super Bowl on NFL.com is you won’t be able to watch it in full screen. In order to provide the richest experience, their video player can not be viewed in a full-screen capacity. However, you do have the option to click on any of the feeds’ “maximize” button to further enhance the viewing quality. You will also need an Adobe Flash Player 126.96.36.199+, Microsoft Windows 2000 or higher with latest updates installed, or Mac OS X 10.3 or higher, Firefox 2.0+, Internet Explorer 7.0+, or Safari 2.0+, and a broadband connection with 500+ Kbps is recommended for continuous playback but most of these options are standard on most computers.
So don’t worry if you are on the road or away from your TV Super Bowl Sunday, NFL.com and Directv have you covered.
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