The stage is set for Super Bowl 47 at the Superdome in New Orleans, Louisiana. Before the Baltimore Ravens and San Francisco 49ers face off on Feb. 3, viewers can catch-up on in-depth analysis about the players and both Coach Harbaughs’ preparation for the big dance. Xfinity has hard-hitting programming on multiple networks to fill any football lineup, along with a great collection of clips.
“Inside the NFL” on Showtime (ABQ channel 238) features NFL commentators Phil Simms and Cris Collinsworth as they break down the overall Super Bowl game and their predictions on the team’s strategies thus far. The show gives a rare look behind the scenes, highlighting the great parts of the sport, like the football victory dance and the best game ending catches.
The NFL Network (ABQ channel 180) features 24-hour coverage up until the day of the big game with shows like “NFL Total Access,” “Round Table: with the Harbaughs” and “NFL AM.” The network also gives the fan a dramatic side to the sport, playing NFL films like “The Ray Lewis Coaching Tree.”
ESPN (ABQ channel 8, HD 246) also has minute-to-minute coverage of postgame interviews with the players and pregame conferences leading up to the game, along with in-depth analysis on “NFL Live” with host Trey Wingo and former player Tedi Bruschi.
For the non-football fan, Xfinity TV is showing last year’s commercials On Demand that captured the attention off the field. From great brands like Doritos and Chrysler, viewers can remember the great moments by taking a look at Xfinity TV’s collection now.