NFL Sunday Ticket again hit with significant issues in Week 2

NFL Sunday Ticket again hit with significant issues in Week 2
NFL Sunday Ticket again hit with significant issues in Week 2

One of the biggest rounds of technical issues in the 2022 NFL season so far has been with DirecTV’s out-of-market service NFL Sunday Ticket. Last week, many people noted problems with the service before and during games. This then happened again in the early matches of Week 2, with long hiatuses of 15 minutes and more for many. Here are some of the many people who have noted this:

This is widely expected to be DirecTV’s final season with the NFL Sunday Ticket package. No winner of the package for the 2023 season and beyond has yet been announced, but several streaming services in particular have been mooted as options. But the service, which costs a base rate of $293.94 per season without promotions, hasn’t worked out so well for many this week. And that could add even more to NFL commissioner Roger Goodell’s July discussion of which package might be heading to a streaming service:

“I clearly believe that we are going to move to a streaming service. I think it’s better for consumers at this point.

The streaming services have repeatedly run into some of their own technical issues, with the past week also running into issues for NFL+ subscribers and those consuming games on the Sling TV and YouTube TV virtual MVPDs. But last week and this week have certainly shown problems for those accessing the current Sunday Ticket package through DirecTV.

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