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  1. hallfamebrady

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    I have to make a trip to Russia the week of September 19. I am trying to figure out a way to watch the Pats game in Moscow. The Pats play the Jets in NYC so the game is a must see.

    Is it possible to watch live football overseas? Do bars have their equivalent of NFL Ticket in Europe?

    I have seen every game on TV or in person since week 1 of the 1994 season and I want to keep my streak intact.
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    You can stream it live outside of North America with Yahoo! NFL gamepass. If your internet speed is OK then it should look good.
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    There's an eight hour time difference between the east coast and Moscow. So if that is where you are, then the game will kickoff at 5 am in Moscow. At that time of day the bartender will probably let you watch whatever you want.:D
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    The game starts at 1 PM ET. The start time in Moscow would be 9 PM. It would be like watching Sunday Night football
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    You're right, my mistake. Should have been adding eight hours rather than subtracting, I got it reversed.
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    Best of luck, Mike

    P.S. I saw this site on the web. If I were you, I'd join and ask them. http://www.expat.ru/forum/
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    I use Justin.tv -- the game is usually streaming there
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    I usually check here for games NFL + CFL + AFL - MyP2P Forum there will be a "Week 1 Streaming" thread eventually where moderators will post links for the games. Most games are on Justin.tv, Ustream.tv, Sopcast, TVAnts. ATDHE also has some games usually same source. However this only applies if you have internet access, good luck tho :bye2:
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    What is the quality like on these internet sites? I was watching sopcast in florida during the preseason last year and the locally televised (WCVB) game was unwatchable. I'm assuming, perhaps erroneously, that a regional or national telecast might be better.
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    justin tv is good, i would really recommend myp2p.eu though. with a strong enough internet connection its good, but can be quite hit and miss depending on the streamer.

    I would just advise using NFL Gamepass for that weekend (one weekend ppv). its really good HD quality, and youll get the CBS/Fox/TV coverage straight. youll have to pay, but you can be assured of the feed. just check it works in Moscow haha

    Hope that helps,

    Blader.
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