If you don’t currently have the NFL Mobile app, you are seriously missing out. As a serious NFL junkie I already spent enough time reading news, following my fantasy team, and hoping to catch segments on ESPN of NFL Coverage. Now I can get my fix much faster, at any second of the day with the NFL Mobile App through Verizon Wireless.
The NFL Mobile App offers all of the following features…
- Latests News, Video Highlights, Schedules, and rosters.
- Team Customization to make following your favorite team that much easier.
- Extensive Fantasy Football Tracker with projections, trends, news, and updated injury reports.
- NFL RedZone
- Live streaming of NFL Network
- Live Sunday, Monday, and Thursday Night Games
- All basic features included.
This past weekend was my first experience of using the NFL Mobile App via my Motorola Droid Bionic from Verizon Wireless. I have never had a better experience watching football. Being a huge fantasy football junkie, I do my best to pay attention to my Chicago Bears while checking for updates on my fantasy team. With this app, I can pay full attention to the game and every so often glance down at my Bionic and see a full list of my players and their stats.
I watched the game from a Sports Bar and anybody who is a regular at a sports bar on Sundays knows you must have a good seat to see all of the games. This sunday, I sat near the TV showing the Bears-Panthers game and didn’t need to whip my head around for scoring updates on TV’s because I could access that easily on my phone through NFL RedZone. The only way to get updates that fast was to whip my head around the Sports Bar frantically searching for games where a team was in the red zone. Now with the NFL Mobile app I can relax and watch my Bears.
This upcoming Monday Night I am going to be checking out how awesome the live steam of Monday Night Football is. The Chicago Bears will play the undefeated Detroit Lions on MNF. From my brief experience watching it last week, the quality is awesome and I look forward to seeing Jay Cutler throw touchdowns from my phone.
In accordance with the FTC Guidelines, I am disclosing that I have received a Motorola Droid Bionic from Verizon Wireless free of charge, in return for my agreement to blog about my experiences with the Droid Bionic. Although I have a material connection to Verizon Wireless, any publicy stated opinions of Verizon Wireless and their products remain my own.