Thursday, December 27, 2007


"The NFL avoided a potential backlash by fans unable to watch the New England Patriots' attempt to complete a perfect regular season, announcing yesterday that the NFL Network's telecast of Saturday night's game between the Patriots and New York Giants also will be carried by NBC and CBS.

The nationwide simulcast will be the first of an NFL game since Super Bowl I, and it dissipates a controversy that had been building in recent weeks because the league-owned NFL Network had been scheduled to carry the game alone. It reaches only about 35 million U.S. households."

There is a happy feet video on youtube I really like. That's me. Right now. WEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEE!

1 comment:

Chucka Stone Designs said...

I hadn't heard this good news yet since the tv won't go on until tonight so WOO HOO!!! The last NFL Network Pats game was televised here in Boston but they said it would not happen again...thank goodness they changed their minds!!!!! I bet there won't be many NFL Net games (if any) next season after this year's disaster with it! Thanks for spreading the joy :)