Football season is almost here (no, I don't count the preseason), and pigskin fans are gonna need their weekly fix.
And this year, you'll just need to switch on your PlayStation 3. In addition to other sports-related services (MLB.TV, NHL GameCenter), Sony has now teamed up with DirecTV to deliver NFL Sunday Ticket through the PlayStation Network. If you don't have DirecTV at home, you can still have access to "every out-of-market NFL game each Sunday all season long." Each of them will be displayed in glorious 1080p, which is always a huge bonus. Also, if you're a little hyper and can't seem to settle on one game, you can always utilize Red Zone Channel, which picks out the most exciting games and throws 'em in your direction.
However, you'll have to shell out for this one. NFL Sunday Ticket on the PS3 will run you $340 for the entire season, and that's a good deal higher than the $180 for the NHL service and the $120 for MLB.TV. If you're already a DirecTV subscriber, you can add the NFL fun to your PS3 for an extra $50. Well, the die-hard football fans won't be denied, right?