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  • I listen to them on an android app through my phone.
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  • Scotland
    Through Red Zone unless it's a prime time game shown live in which case it's recorded and watched that week unless of course it's one of the two live games shown each week on Sky, then it's watched :)
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  • Coming up on my 4th season in Dallas..

    1st. naughty net watching
    2nd. Ticket through the PS3
    3rd back to the net.

    was kinda dissapointed with the PS3 service, lag, crappy sound and about 30 seconds delay. Might go back to the ticket next season, but I also cook for Mom every Sunday so that kinda leaves me in a time crunch being two hrs. ahead.

    We'll see if the price is still close to 400 bucks next season, kinda hard to pay that when some EU sights put out a product that is just as good as Sony and the NFL.
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  • Sinking Spring, Pennsylvania

    The BBQ Pit
    - all things chicken
    - $1.25 pints during games (variety of beers)

    ALL games except nationally televised games
    - they have my own table and big screen t.v. set up for me each week - waiting for me!! (no lie)

    usually see 4 of the biggest Giant fans there each week -and- they're a GREAT group of guys !!
    - their second favorite team is now our Seahawks
    - and we all hate ~ All things Stealers and Eagles.....it's GREAT !!!

    To me, it's better than Direct T.V.
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  • 15 minutes north of Pittsburgh. I watch with Sunday Ticket.
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  • Kelowna, British Columbia, Canada

    CBS and Fox Seattle feeds .. And sometimes TSN, & Sportsnet (Canadian affiliates of ESPN & Fox sports)
    And if I am not in front of a TV for some reason.. Always packing Sirius/XM around

    Haven't missed a game in 10 years..

    My 3 year old is becoming a die hard seahawks fan as we speak.. Always rocking some sort of seahawks apparel, even during hockey season (when he's pissed at the canucks)

    He loves Russell Wilson and golden tate

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  • Pueblo, CO

    Sunday ticket going on 10 years now.
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  • 1. France :mrgreen:
    2. We have a channel called "ESPN America" but I can watch our Seahawks only on Thursday/Sunday/Monday night. The other games I watch it online thanks to the Game Pass !

    Prime time games are 2am -> 4.30am, really hard to wake up and go to work the next morning with 2 our 3 hours of sleep :1:
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  • The Radish wrote:
    TXHawkFan wrote:I live in Arlington, TX about 15 minutes from Jerry Jones' Taj Mahal and I rely on Sunday Ticket to watch the Seahawks games. I've been to Cowboys Stadium twice when the Seahawks were in town and its like a library compared to the noise in the Clink. The gigantic video screen is pretty amazing though, although sometimes you have to remind yourself to watch the game on the field rather than on the screen.



    Great first post and welcome to Seahawks.net

    Thanks for the information about the big screen, I had wondered about that. lol

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  • Before I moved back to Seattle. I was living on Guam. Unless the game was on prime time, I had to watch it via illegal streams. Really shitty and choppy quality. Oh and to top it off, any game I did catch, Guam is 18 hours ahead of PST. So having to skip work in the middle of the day on a Monday was always nerve racking.
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  • KCHawkGirl wrote:I listen to them on an android app through my phone.


    If you don't mind, could you tell me that app and is it Raible and Moon doing the broadcast or the national guys?

    Living in SoCal and I would love to hear the Seattle guys broadcast while watching on Sunday Ticket.
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  • HighlandHawk wrote:Scotland
    Through Red Zone unless it's a prime time game shown live in which case it's recorded and watched that week unless of course it's one of the two live games shown each week on Sky, then it's watched :)


    Scotland as well. The weird thing is, the NFL Gamepass streaming service is really cheap (I think I was less than $150 dollars for the year to watch all of the Hawks games), so it sounds easier to follow the Hawks from Europe than from, say, Florida. It is blacked out if we are on the main satellite sports channel live (only Thurs game and Mon game this year, but we were on live 5 times during 2005 season).

    I also have the satellite sports channel in the UK, so I will see every game. That channel also carries Redzone and every playoff game live. It's pretty good.
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  • Blu_Cypress wrote:15 minutes north of Pittsburgh. I watch with Sunday Ticket.



    15 miles north of PISSburgh ??
    ....get your arse out there and represent !! :th2thumbs:

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  • cdallan wrote: The weird thing is, the NFL Gamepass streaming service is really cheap (I think I was less than $150 dollars for the year to watch all of the Hawks games), so it sounds easier to follow the Hawks from Europe than from, say, Florida. It is blacked out if we are on the main satellite sports channel live (only Thurs game and Mon game this year, but we were on live 5 times during 2005 season).


    Weird indeed, on NFL.com you can buy streaming anywhere in the world unless you live in Mexico or US :roll:
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  • Magnolia, Texas, USA. About 40-miles NW of Houston. Hurricanes tend to die-down a bit before they get to us...

    DirecTV for us. I get the lesser NFLST package and will DVR every game even though I watch every moment live.

    Sometimes, an automotive issue arises and I'll have to step away to avert peril and come back to it. When that happens, I avoid overhearing final scores, so when I do watch it, I feel like a time-traveler.
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  • Santa Clarita, Ca.... I fly to 2 games a year, the rest are watched on the 55" LED TV in the Cave wit Sunday Ticket :th2thumbs:
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  • glowingeyedseahawk wrote:
    Blu_Cypress wrote:15 minutes north of Pittsburgh. I watch with Sunday Ticket.



    15 miles north of PISSburgh ??
    ....get your arse out there and represent !! :th2thumbs:

    :242735:

    lol

    Ha! Trust me, I do. This past season has been great (and offseason too)....it's been fun watching the natives doom and gloom it up this year while the Hawks have been rising. I don't get the fans here, though. By midseason most everyone had taken down their Steeler flags, banners etc. Maybe it was growing up during the years-that-shall-not-be-mentioned but I just can't imagine that. Maybe it takes having your team almost stolen to appreciate it even during the lean years. I dunno.
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  • Buffalo NY. Direct TV. NEVER miss a game.
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  • Battle Ground, Washington

    Regular tv for me, I use an antenna that picks up FOX great, CBS not so great.....the CBS signal always cuts out at the most crucial times. I do know of this bar in Longview that always has the games on :D

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  • Melbourne, Florida

    Sunday Ticket subscriber for 12 years, gotta watch my Hawks.

    Before that, I was forced to hang out in Sports Bars, and drink beer...like a savage.
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  • Living in Oakland, CA.

    I catch the games at McNally's on College Ave in Rockridge. The owner is a Seahawks fan (big neon Seahawk helmet light above the bar) and you'll usually find 10-15 friendlies there each game.

    Last season for the 9er game, a visiting Washingtonian went and bought a ton of Skittles and handed them out in little bowls to 9ers fans. Cracked me up.
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  • S. Oregon (around Grants Pass) can't get the ticket because there is a mountain between me and the satellite that starts pretty much in my back yard...

    About half the time we get it on local TV, the rest of the time (a lot of Whiners fans here) I watch via the net with the MacBook hooked to the TV.
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  • Albany, NY

    BAR. Redzone usually since time warner has it and the last few weeks of the season the game was usually on it the whole time since we scored a ton of points.
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  • BayHawk wrote:Living in Oakland, CA.

    I catch the games at McNally's on College Ave in Rockridge. The owner is a Seahawks fan (big neon Seahawk helmet light above the bar) and you'll usually find 10-15 friendlies there each game.

    Last season for the 9er game, a visiting Washingtonian went and bought a ton of Skittles and handed them out in little bowls to 9ers fans. Cracked me up.



    What a great first post. Wish I could have seen the looks on faces.

    And welcome to Seahawks.net

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  • FreshlySnipes wrote:The true question to fans of other teams living in Seattle... How can you look at yourself in the mirror every morning?


    Ahh my bad. I misread the thread. I actually just moved to San Francisco from Seattle in January but I will go see the games at a local sports bar
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  • Maidenbower, Sussex, England

    NFL Game pass or other internet streaming
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  • Akron, OH.

    DirecTV Sunday Ticket.
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  • Northern Mexico. Sky sunday ticket. We don't have Directv over here.
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  • BayHawk wrote:Living in Oakland, CA.

    I catch the games at McNally's on College Ave in Rockridge. The owner is a Seahawks fan (big neon Seahawk helmet light above the bar) and you'll usually find 10-15 friendlies there each game.

    Last season for the 9er game, a visiting Washingtonian went and bought a ton of Skittles and handed them out in little bowls to 9ers fans. Cracked me up.


    I'll need to check that place out. Brennan's on University in Berkeley is my usual place.
    Give me some damn skittles...
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  • I'm not sure about Portland but I live in Spokane and drive to Seattle with my wife and son and try to see 2-3 home games a year. In Spokane almost everyone is a Seahawks/Gonzaga fan. No one really cares about the Sounders here.
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  • Michigan. Watch on the Sunday ticket.
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  • rideaducati wrote:
    KCHawkGirl wrote:I listen to them on an android app through my phone.


    If you don't mind, could you tell me that app and is it Raible and Moon doing the broadcast or the national guys?

    Living in SoCal and I would love to hear the Seattle guys broadcast while watching on Sunday Ticket.

    Tunein Radio also there is an app for Sirrus radio. And yes you can easily listen to any station on the the Seahawk network or any other team for that matter for the local announcers or ESPN etc.
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  • Live in Walnut Creek, CA.
    Watch the games via Sunday ticket.
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  • South Carolina. I do the "go into electronic hiding, wait for midnight" (yup it's midnight for us east coasters, not 9pm) until it comes up on game rewind and enjoy.

    Thusly, national games are a special treat.

    I also try to make it to at least one away game a year. They keep going to Carolina for some reason which works out great.

    Last year I went to Carolina and Atlanta, this year probably the same only Atlanta will be regular season.
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  • SacHawk2.0 wrote:Go Kings!


    Stay Kings!

    But that's what you meant, right?

    1. Lincoln, CA
    2. Sunday Ticket, or Bunz & Company. Flying up for the visiting Vikes again in 2013, though (my girlfriend's family is from ND)
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  • St. Louis, MO
    Illegal internet streams - my conscience isn't beyond that. As long as they exist, I'll keep using them.
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  • Edmonton, Alberta

    I get all the Spokane stations as part of my basic cable service since 2007. That's actually how I ended up a Seahawks fan...I get all of their games.
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  • San Diego

    Fly up for 3-4 games a year and use my season tickets. The rest of the season is sunday ticket.
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  • 1. Fort Mitchell, KY
    2. Online, unless we're blessed with the badassery of a nationally televised game.
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  • 1. Where do you live? Melbourne, Victoria, AUSTRALIA
    2. Where do you watch specifically? Online, NFL Gamepass, every regular season NFL game live and on demand streamed in HD, usually connect laptop to my TV.
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  • I'm in NYC and I usually go to Carlow East on the Upper East Side (85th St and Lexington Ave). No place better to watch a Hawks game in NYC. It's one of the few Seahawks bars in the city but it's absolutely taken over as the go to place on Sunday's. The atmosphere is incredible. I miss the place already.

    If that fails for whatever reason, I stream the games at home online.
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  • garden city, ny

    I don't have DTV, but I bought the Sunday Ticket Stream. Usually I stream from my laptop and HDMI it straight to the flatscreen. The quality is somewhere between SD and HD. great in a pinch b/c you can stream to ur phone if ur out.
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  • NYCoug wrote:I'm in NYC and I usually go to Carlow East on the Upper East Side (85th St and Lexington Ave). No place better to watch a Hawks game in NYC. It's one of the few Seahawks bars in the city but it's absolutely taken over as the go to place on Sunday's. The atmosphere is incredible. I miss the place already.

    If that fails for whatever reason, I stream the games at home online.



    never been there, but heard it's nuts. def gonna check out a game or two there this year.
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  • Toronto, Canada

    One of the national Sports channels, Rogers Sportsnet, does a really good job of showing the NFL games that aren't available on the local CBS and FOX affiliates from Buffalo. So we often end up getting the Seahawks' game at 4pm. Otherwise I just listen to the regular updates on ESPN radio or watch the game via sneaky sneaky online methods.
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  • Memphis, TN. I think I'm the only Hawk fan here, lol.

    Sunday Ticket on DirecTv. Hell I had the ticket in Seattle when I first got my dish and loved it in the late 90's.
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