5 Crazy Places To Watch An NFL Game

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With football spirit in the air and preseason games almost over, excitement for the gridiron is at an all-time high, as pads and helmets are pounding against one another to make beautiful sports music.

And, if you’re anything like us, if there’s one thing you need to do each Sunday afternoon during the fall and winter seasons, it’s cozy up on the couch and watch all the action unfold—or from anywhere you have a signal on your mobile device.

Back in the old days, our only option to catch a game was on our TV. But, what if we could go to the craziest spots to take in the action? Even without brats and beer, could you survive? We offer some places where catching a game would be a little less desirable—but thanks to NFLSUNDAYTICKET.TV there are now over 100 ways for NFL fans to stream live out-of-market games from anywhere on their favorite devices—without a need for DIRECTV satellite service.

1. While Stranded At Sea

We’re not sure how many people reading this are pirates, but for those who own boats and enjoy a nice, Sunday morning ride before NFL games kickoff, relax and stay on the water as long as you like, because NFLSUNDAYTICKET.TV has you covered.

Even if you run out of gas and are in the middle of nowhere, as long as you or your buddies have a mobile device, you can watch your favorite team march up and down the gridiron while you wait for help.

Sure, wasting your device’s battery life on NFL games might not be the wisest idea if you’re stranded at sea, but, come on, you can’t miss your football!

2. Intercourse, Pennsylvania

A town named Intercourse? Strange.

Originally founded in 1754 under the name Cross Keys, there are a ton of different theories as to why the city landed on Intercourse for a new name—we’d like to think it’s because everyone there just likes to bang it out.

Whatever the reason, telling your buddies that you can’t make the game because you’re stuck in Intercourse sounds rather strange, so it’s a good thing there are options to stream games from anywhere these days, otherwise you might be searching for some new friends.

Want to know something that’s even more hilarious? Intercourse is located just 17 miles from Blue Ball, Pennsylvania, so if you can’t do it well in Intercourse, well, you know what happens.

3. The Summit of Mount Denali (formerly Mount McKinley)

Located in Denali National Park and Preserve in Alaska, Mount Denali (formerly Mount McKinley) might look breathtaking, but if you’re planning on hiking up that damn rock, you better come prepared.

With a summit elevation of 20,237 feet above sea level, Mount Denali is the highest mountain peak in North America, meaning watching a football game from atop the thing would be one hell of an accomplishment.

If you ask us, though, staying closer to the ground with either a TV or a couple handheld devices sounds just a little more like our style.

4. ADX: “The Alcatraz of the Rockies”

There are few things in the world worse than being in a maximum security prison, where every move—even the scratching of your nose—is seen by officers.

Now imagine being in solitary confinement for 23 of 24 hours, where inmates who show “absolutely no concern for human life,” are housed.

Welcome to ADX, otherwise known as The Alcatraz of the Rockies, which is the notorious U.S. Penitentiary Administrative Maximum Facility in Florence, Colorado.

With so much time doing nothing but twiddling your thumbs and, presumably, laying around, there couldn’t be a better spot to watch NFL out-of-market games, right?

Sure, the guards would never allow such a thing, but if you downloaded the NFLSUNDAYTICKET.TV app, any hooligan who will spend the rest of their life behind bars can catch the bone-crunching action.

5. The Bathroom

Oh, are we not supposed to talk about things like this? Oh, well, having streaming NFL games at your finger tips will make a trip to the bathroom a hell of a lot more enjoyable after eating a bucket of hot wings.

Whether you’re going No. 1 or No. 2, there’s no need to rush through things to try and get back to the couch for fear that you’ll miss a play, as DIRECTV now has you covered—just make sure you wash your hands afterwards.

Just imagine, now you can watch any team try to get to the Super Bowl from a mobile device while you drop off your kids at the, well, you get the idea.

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