While confined to your home during the coronavirus health crisis, in a time when there are no live sports to keep you entertained, get your NFL fix by signing up for NFL Game Pass. The NFL has made access to NFL Game Pass free for those within the United States until May 31, 2020.
NFL Game Pass is full of features for NFL fans in general, but also provides access to features to help the user better understand some of the nuances of the game.
By accessing the Coaches Film section, you will have access to the “All-22” angle where all players on the field are shown throughout the play and the “High End Zone” view which is from a high angle above the goal post. With these particular views, you will see the game from the same perspective that the players, coaches, general managers, and scouts use when analyzing game film.
You can also access Film Sessions with players and coaches to get a better understanding of the game and to learn how to interpret what you will see on the Coaches Film.
In addition, NFL Game Pass provides full broadcast replays of all pre-season, regular season and post season games going back to 2009 (except for the 2009 pre-season). If your time is limited or you just want to focus on the action, you can view the condensed 45-minute game replays.
To go further behind the scenes of life in the NFL, you can also view prior seasons of NFL Originals, including shows such as Hard Knocks, Mic’d Up, and A Football Life.
NFL Game Pass is a premium offering by the NFL which is generally offered for $49 during the offseason (and $99 including the regular season, when more features are active). While this is not an in-season offering as it expires on May 31, 2020, it is a great way to learn more about the game while distracting you from the ongoing health threat that the world is currently fighting.
To sign-up, visit NFL Game Pass and sign-up for a free account. No credit card is required for this offer so there is no danger of forgetting about it and being charged once the free access terminates.