Sunday morning saw a first for the National Football League and its millions of fans: The Buffalo Bills-Jacksonville Jaguars game from London was the first to be made available exclusively on an Internet-based platform.
Yahoo is ready for its close-up. On Sunday morning, the 20-year-old Web portal will become the first online outlet to exclusively carry an NFL game when it streams the Buffalo Bills-Jacksonville Jaguars matchup from London's Wembley Stadium.
The National Football League and Yahoo have announced a partnership that will make the Sunday, Oct. 25 game between the Buffalo Bills and the Jacksonville Jaguars available on every screen in the world.
Many fans are cheering the end of the NFL's maligned blackout rules, which required a team to sell out its home game at least 72 hours before kickoff for it to be broadcast in the local area.
In early October, the Buffalo Bills and Independent Health issued a six-week competitive diet and exercise challenge for the football team's fans.
Dunkin' Donuts, which has scored social-media points all football season with its Vine-ESPN play, is extending that initiative through Super Bowl weekend with a dedicated push.
Love ‘em or loathe ‘em—and according to a recent poll, most of us fall into the latter camp—the Dallas Cowboys always draw a crowd. So much so that five of the top 10 most-watched regular season NFL games featured Jerry Jones’ minions.