What's a 7/20? Is that good or bad!
If you go into the Fantasy section, there are a loads of free Fantasy Team games on the NFL (and NBA, golf etc) I've not won anything yet, I've managed a 7/20 but then I know nothing about NFL except that its rugby for girls... (highfive) ...
It’s £149 a year for Game Pass to watch the games... I have paid for it the last 3 years! This is a great find & saves £149.
The same can be said for offering sports TV in pubs. Don't allow sports in pubs, because it encourages alcoholism. You can go to sports venues, there's bookmakers. You can pay to watch it on TV, you'll certainly see adverts for bookmakers. You can open an online bookmakers account for £10, and watch sports for free. Low Def, but free. You don't need to even place a bet. If you're easily addicted, don't do it. For me, I like my European football. It's £11.99 per month on the telly. For the last couple of years I've watched it via bookmakers and I've been paid to watch the football. If you're placing big bets, unless you're lucky, you're probably better paying for a sports subscription. There's no requirement to even bet, but if you keep it to £1 bets on your team's matches, it'll always be cheaper than paying a subscription.
I sort of agree ... but surely if you do want to watch an NFL game then my posterity makes that option free. There is an MFL game pass which costs £100 (ish) per year to get them as alternative.