The beauty of the internet is that you can watch, in some form, almost anything online. March Madness, Pr0n, Major League Baseball, streaming video of weddings at Waffle House, you name it. Except of course, the NFL. You can’t watch it online because the league
wants a monopoly just hasn’t found a suitable method for broadcasting the games.
Mercifully though, NBC will, according to the WALL STREET JOURNAL, help usher the NFL into the modern world of the interwebs, finally allowing us to watch games on the small Google screen. But since they’re only using NBC (and ergo a nationally televised game), the only people who win in this agreement are those with internet but no basic cable. Unless you count watching twice as much Dan Patrick and Keith Olbermann a “win”.