Originally Posted by tylerSC
Yesterday with antenna for Charlotte, I was able to choose from 2 different CBS NFL games and 2 different FOX games. WJZY FOX-46 had the Redskins game, and WHNS FOX-21 had a different game. And WSPA-7 and WBTV-3 had 2 different CBS games. May be of interest if you do not have NFL Network and like to watch different games.
NFL Network doesn't show any games on Sunday. Charlotte often airs different games than the surrounding area and can't show another game when the Panthers are on. That is, if the Panthers are on Fox at 1, CBS can't show a game at 1, even if it's their weekend for a double header. All home markets are like this.
The most annoying thing about the NFL's distribution is that you don't have a home team like other sports - your weekly blackouts are based on what the local channels show. So, very very very few people who pay $100/year extra for NFL Sunday Ticket Max were able to watch the Denver game on their phones. I don't know the blame falls on local channels or the NFL, but there is definitely a communications gap.... Directv's response is that they can't show a national feed of a game when a local game is available and it's the local channel's responsibility to broadcast the game online/apps/etc. Local channel reply: You will need to get Directv's Sunday Ticket Package to view all games on your phone. *facepalm.
Go here every Wednesday and Saturday to see what games are on where: http://506sports.com/nfl.php?yr=2013&wk=8