Patriots 2022 TV schedule

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I think so, yes., but this was different , fairly straightforward wording. I never see the whole process laid out in one place. But I'll be in Orlando on 9/11 with a laptop and phone so I'll know then if I can stream it with a phone and cast it to a TV, if I can get it live on a computer and run an HDMI cable to a TV, or just what I can or can't do.
I can stream any content from my iPhone/Mac to our TV.
 
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I just decided I am going to give NFL+ Premium a go too. Not for live games, but occasionally I can't watch live, and without a real service, there is no DVR. This service allows game replays on any device (not just mobile) after the live game completes. It's $80 for the year and will be good for other rewatches without commercials too.

Next year we will see what happens with the rights.
 

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I can stream any content from my iPhone/Mac to our TV.
Maybe. There could be protections. IDK, but my youtube tv subscription has expired and I'll see how NFL + premium does. Or maybe I'll wait for the Gluten Free Organic NFL + Premium Ultimate Titanium-Enhanced Free Range non-GMO Version (now with 35% less fat).
 

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I just decided I am going to give NFL+ Premium a go too. Not for live games, but occasionally I can't watch live, and without a real service, there is no DVR. This service allows game replays on any device (not just mobile) after the live game completes. It's $80 for the year and will be good for other rewatches without commercials too.

Next year we will see what happens with the rights.
From Michigan, for $80 I can watch any Patriots game I want? And then re-watch? Well, except the Lions game which will be in here anyway?

And I can do this on any “device” to include my smart tv?

How much is it without the “Premium”?

Is that what this means?

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From Michigan, for $80 I can watch any Patriots game I want? And then re-watch? Well, except the Lions game which will be in here anyway?

And I can do this on any “device” to include my smart tv?

How much is it without the “Premium”?

Is that what this means?
The re-watch is on any device with Premium.

Live games are meant to be limited to mobile devices.

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Ok. So that limitation is a bummer.

But for $30 can I cast the stream to my tv? I would imagine I could but is there a way for the NFL to limit casting?

If it helps, I subscribe to NFL Game Pass and from my iPad or Phone I can stream it anywhere like to an Apple TV hooked up to a TV. I would imagine NFL premium is no different.
 
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Ok. So that limitation is a bummer.

But for $30 can I cast the stream to my tv? I would imagine I could but is there a way for the NFL to limit casting?

I don't own Apple products, so I can't test the live casting for you. I think the issue is the mobile device has to use the NFL app (not a web page in a browser), and the NFL app restricts casting, but I am not sure. I do believe they offer a free trial though, so you can sign up right before the game and see if you can make it work, and cancel if it doesn't work for you.

For the re-watch games, which from what I understand are pretty much available as soon as the live game ends, I don't need to cast at all. I just use the NFL app on my TV.
 

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I don't own Apple products, so I can't test the live casting for you. I think the issue is the mobile device has to use the NFL app (not a web page in a browser), and the NFL app restricts casting, but I am not sure. I do believe they offer a free trial though, so you can sign up right before the game and see if you can make it work, and cancel if it doesn't work for you.

For the re-watch games, which from what I understand are pretty much available as soon as the live game ends, I don't need to cast at all. I just use the NFL app on my TV.

You're right there. I stream from the NFL Gamepass APP on my iPad to Apple TV.
 
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