The struggle is over my friends. Everyone will have the opportunity to watch Tom Brady and the Patriots crush the Giants on Saturday.
Missed the whole thing? Originally, the game was only available on the NFL Network. This wouldn't have been a big deal but if the Patriots win, they will be the first team in league history to have a perfect regular season. Needless to say, the 60% of Americans with TVs who don't have the NFL network want to see it.
After weeks of insisting they wouldn't budge on their position, the NFL decided to simulcast the game on CBS and NBC.
This is a turning point for football fans, the network and the cable companies, as all three have had a tumultuous time dealing with each other this year. The feud is on hold this week and everyone can just sit back and watch the Patriots make some history. Once the warm glow wears off next week it will be interesting to see where this goes. My guess? The NFL Network won't make it more than a few years.
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