Hi guys, if you’re interested in following particular teams or you want to be able to record any game on your PC in high definition, nfl.com have a great feature called “NFL Gamepass”. This allows you to watch any game of your choice at the weekend and even watch NFL Redzone which gives you the exciting parts of every game in a live show every Sunday. It also has a feature of condensing games into shorter time periods, roughly about 30 minutes by cutting out delays like ad breaks. Here’s the link 

Also I’m copying the various technologies I’ve mentioned in the blog on this post so you can easily locate them.

I’ve also come across another very good app if you’re still trying to get to grips with the rules of the game. It’s designed for kids but it does simplify the game for us over here who haven’t grown up watching it. It’s created by Kurt Warner who is a former season MVP and a  former Superbowl winning quarterback. It’s called football 101 and here’s the link http://itunes.apple.com/us/app/kurt-warners-football-101/id414065906?mt=8

Hi guys if you can’t wait for me to put up the scores on the blog you should download the ESPN scorecentre app. I use it regularly because you get up to the minute scores. Here’s the link http://itunes.apple.com/ie/app/espn-scorecenter/id317469184?mt=8