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Sponsored Post: NFL Redzone on Xfinity

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As you know, Xfinity is an official sponsor of SB Nation, but this is one of those instances where the product I am promoting (real quick) is actually one that I use. When the Skins are on the road, I usually watch the 1pm games at my friend's house, who has 3 TVs. Two boxes have the local games and the 3rd has the Red Zone channel. It actually is pretty solid because it avoids the headaches of having to click around all the other games like I did when I had the NFL Ticket. Don't get me wrong, I frickin loved the NFL Ticket, but that price tag got to me when I didn't have 3 roommates anymore to split it with. The nice kicker with Redzone channel is it's commercial free so fumbling with the remote and missing big plays in other games is farther and fewer in between.

When a team gets inside the 20 yard line, NFL RedZone takes you there. The channel, hosted by NFL Network’s Scott Hanson, delivers more than just live game action. NFL RedZone also offers comprehensive game coverage, up-to-the-minute fantasy stats, extended highlights, and more.

It's the best/easiest way to follow along with the two or three games that may be coming down to the final minutes. It even goes with a split-screen if needed (multiple games in red zone). The D.C. RedZone HD channel is 861, fyi.

Fans can get NFL RedZone for the entire season for just $6.95/month by upgrading to the Sports Entertainment Package. To get NFL RedZone, fans can call 1-800-COMCAST or visit Comcast.com/Sports for more information.