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You can keep watching football after all

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Since we’re all practicing social distancing and self-quarantine because of the coronavirus outbreak, the National Football League has done something to try to make things a little bit better for all of us fans.

The NFL has just announced that they are giving everyone FREE access to NFL GamePass, giving people the ability to watch every preseason, regular season, and postseason NFL game from 2009 through Super Bowl LIV.

GamePass will be free for fans in the United States starting today until 31 May, and to international fans starting on Thursday through 31 July. Here are all of the features that NFL GamePass brings to the table:

Game Replays

Replay games from 2009-2019 including full broadcast replays of games, commercial-free in HD (International – 2019 season only)

Includes Preseason (excluding 2009 season), playoff and Super Bowl matchups from the past 11 seasons (International - 2019 Season only)

Condensed 45-minute game replays

Access ‘All-22’ and ‘High Endzone’ angle footage with Coaches Film

Exclusive NFL Game Pass Film Sessions

NFL players and coaches take Brian Baldinger and Ron Jaworski inside the film room to break down game-winning plays and technique

NFL Shows & Game Archives

2019 episodes of NFL RedZone (International Only*)

Previous seasons of NFL Originals such as Hard Knocks, Mic’d Up, & A Football Life

Live NFL Network (International Only*)

24/7 coverage of Free Agency, NFL Total Access and more

To get your access, all you need to do is go to www.nfl.com/GamePass and sign up!

If you’re a fan of the Minnesota Vikings. . .and, if you’re reading this, I’d be willing to bet that you are. . .allow me to offer a few suggestions for games you can use your NFL GamePass for.

  • The 2009 NFC Divisional playoff game against the Cowboys, a game where Minnesota was supposed to get smoked at home. (SPOILER: They did not)
  • The 2012 regular season finale against Green Bay, where you can watch Adrian Peterson nearly set the single-season rushing record and watch Christian Ponder outplay Aaron Rodgers for four quarters.
  • That one game against the Saints from the 2017 playoffs. Or that one game against the Saints from the 2019 playoffs. Or even the Saints jobbing to the Rams in the 2018 NFC Championship Game.

And a host of others.

So, go get your free GamePass, folks!