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NFL Game Rewind for Tablets – Watch All Post-Air Grid Iron Action For a Hefty Fee

If your schedule doesn’t allow you to watch NFL games live, then this new NFL Game Rewind application may be just the thing for you. Made specifically for tablets, Game Rewind allows paid subscription holders to watch full on-demand games of their favorite teams. The service is great, but comes with a huge price tag. For full season access including playoffs and Super Bowl action, you’re looking at a full $70. Ouch. 

If money is not an issue, then the application does offer plenty of features to make it worth it. The app comes with full “Coaches Film” (22 different viewing angles of selected games), instant replays of the game’s highlighted plays and drives, topped off with full analysis of every game. For a football and tablet lovers, it doesn’t get much sweeter than this.

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  • MikeSaver

    I have this. It’s great for me because of the Coaches Film, which has never been released to the public before. I’ll be breaking down some key Patriots plays at http://www.nePatriotsLife.com

  • SGMD1

    DIRECTV is offering an online-only NFL Sunday Ticket this season for $250, too (i.e. you don’t need a DIRECTV subscription.) Every Sunday game, live (doesn’t include Thursday/Monday night games or blacked out local games.) Works on computers, tablets, and phones.

  • http://twitter.com/belogical2 Be Logical

    This is a great value for what you get, if you can stand not watching it live.

  • http://www.facebook.com/people/Zachary-Manville/100003100332891 Zachary Manville

    this is a great deal for this of us that dont want to pay cable. $120 per month vs $70 per season

  • http://www.hammertechnologies.net/ Chase Johnson

    Right…so why would anyone do this when you can watch just about every game online for free an hour or less after it ends?

  • eaglerare

    will this work on google tv?

    • http://twitter.com/belogical2 Be Logical

      Lge LG Google TVThis item is not compatible with your device.

  • SeanBello

    lmao…yeah, ok. $70 for games after the fact. suuuuure.

    • JoshGroff

      It’s not bad, most people spend more than that on a Super Bowl party. Ok, maybe not most, but still, I know my friend’s dad does.

  • http://twitter.com/kjwilk91 Kyle Wilkins

    Sounds as terrible and non working as their fantasy football app. Smh

  • David

    It’s actually not 22 different angles; it’s the “all 22″ angle. This allows you to see all the players on the field at once. This angle has been coveted by folks who break down tape because it allows you to see exactly how each team is aligned pre-snap. In the past it has only been available to NFL teams and select analysts. This is the first time it has been available to the public.

    • Jroc869, Cool story bro

      Thats kinda bad ass

      • http://ceciliasmith.myopenid.com/ Cecilia Smith

        instant replays of the game’s highlighted plays and drives, topped off with full analysis of every game. For a football and tablet lovers, it doesn’t get much sweeter than this. http://Unlimitedjoys.blogspot.com

    • NFLrules

      For $70 it’s just cheaper to get a DVR and record it with the $20 sports package on your cable provider.

      • col3rsc

        Not the same thing. You don’t get 22 angles from games on tv.

        • Jarred Sutherland

          “A fool and his money are soon parted”

          Seriously, what benefit is it to anyone to see 22 angles of a game on TV? I know it isn’t my thing so my view is skewed, but really, in what way does this benefit someone?

          • http://twitter.com/misterE33 Mr E

            I could definitely see the benefit of several different angles on a play. Especially when TV broadcasts often only show 1-2 good angles, if that. Not to mention, the idea of following your favorite player, or just someone of interest, is neat. Actually, going on that idea, this could be a great tool for coaches or young players to study a particular position. There is a lot that goes into the game away from the ball/camera. …. on the other hand, all that said, for a casual watcher, there realistically probably isn’t much benefit outside of a few pivotal plays per game.

  • NYAvsFan

    It’s cheaper than Sunday Ticket. But who wants to watch every single game of their team’s after the fact??

    • naterecording

      I find a lot of benefits to Rewind (and bear in mind, it’s only $40 if you don’t count postseason which is nationally broadcast). I like to watch my favorite team live, obviously, but it’s great to watch other games faster with a lot of control. Since it isn’t feasible for me to watch a dozen full 3-hour games each week, this is a great way to streamline the process. But don’t get me wrong, I’d also love an option like MLB streaming to actually see streamed live broadcasts.

  • Greg Morgan

    I really wish that the NFL followed MLB and NHL and did live broadcasts this way. Giants fan and live in Seattle. Live in an area where I can’t get Sunday Ticket so I’m stuck watching the terrible Seahawks. NFL reminds me of Apple in some ways…

    • Nate Castrop

      Get a PS3. Sunday ticket is now offered through PS3 for people “whom do not have access to Directv”

      • David Hayden

        You don’t even need a PS3. You can get Sunday Ticket for the PC.

      • http://www.hammertechnologies.net/ Chase Johnson

        yeah for $300….sheesh