But if you actually want to watch NFL games, you're at the mercy of some convoluted business and technology arrangements.
Business Insider's Graham Flanagan, a self-proclaimed Alabama football fan, broke down the conundrum in a Friday video, explaining how anyone who's not a DirecTV subscriber faces some severe challenges when trying to watch NFL games — and will for the next eight years.
Think you can just buy the NFL's game package and hook up your computer to your TV?
That'll take a lot of cables plus, as Flanagan noted, "There's gonna be some buffering."
He said all the NFL-related challenges are part of the reason why he prefers college ball.
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