NFL RedZone is Must See TV
Host Scott Hanson is a veteran NFL Network reporter, widely known for camping out at Brett Favre’s home in Mississippi during “Favre Watch.” Hanson is very energetic and keeps the commentary interesting. I’ve yet to figure out how he stays “on” for seven hours straight, but, he’s not over the top, so I stay tuned in. The channel often uses a split-screen effect when two teams have simultaneous red zone opportunities, so you can see what is happening at both games – one game at the top of the screen and the other at the bottom. Hanson does a great job guiding the viewer through each game.
I enjoy many aspects of RedZone. One great feature is the fact that the viewer has access to all the games played on Sunday (except for the Sunday Night Game on NBC). If you happen to be in a market with a team that isn’t having a stellar year or a team you may not be particularly fond of, you aren’t stuck with watching only one or two games at a time. As a large market resident, it’s nice to see coverage of small market teams and to become familiar with good players who may not receive a lot of notoriety.
When RedZone is flipping from game to game, the viewer gets to hear opinions and commentary from a broad range of announcers, including former players who have transitioned into the booth. The former player point of view is interesting because quite often you hear inside information about team ownership and current players. Some of the lesser-known play-by-play announcers and color-commentators are pretty good too.
If you’ve never tuned in to watch RedZone, you are definitely missing out. This is one of the few times I actually condone channel-flipping. If you do tune in, get your popcorn ready because it is addictive!
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