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NFL Sunday Ticket Streaming: Which Streaming Service Has the Best Odds of Landing Sunday Ticket?

NFL Sunday Ticket odds and betting preview. For the first time, NFL Sunday Ticket is a free agent. Which company will acquire the NFL's most popular streaming service? Let's take a look at the latest odds.
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NFL Sunday Ticket Streaming: Which Streaming Service Has the Best Odds of Landing Sunday Ticket?

For the first time ever, NFL Sunday Ticket is hitting free agency.

The streaming service which allows users to watch any game in the world and is owned by the NFL has been part of DIRECTV for years. As a matter of fact, if someone still has DIRECTV it's probably for NFL Sunday Ticket.

However, with the DIRECTV-NFL contract coming to an end, other streaming services are looking to add NFL Sunday ticket to their catalog.

All the big names are rumored to be interested, from Amazon to Google, but who will win the bidding war for NFL Sunday Ticket? Well, luckily for us the oddsmakers have created odds for the event.

In the past few years, Amazon has begun streaming one-off NFL games. This past season they pulled Al Michaels and Kirk Herbstreit into the booth to be their dynamic duo for NFL games. Now, the are the leader in the clubhouse when it comes to NFL Sunday Ticket odds.

But, with all the big names in contention, who will end up winning the war and signing NFL Sunday Ticket to a massive free-agency deal? Let's take a look at the odds to try and find out.

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NFL Sunday Ticket Odds


Amazon (+200)

Long gone are the days where Amazon just sells book. The e-commerce giant has its hands in everything these days and it looks as though they're poised to make a splash in the NFL as well. Like we mentioned earlier, Al Michaels and Kirk Herbstreit are already signed as their broadcasting duo, one that definitely cost them a pretty penny. Are they willing to throw billions at the NFL for NFL Sunday Ticket rights? Oddsmakers think so.

Disney/ESPN (+250)

The Worldwide Leader. ESPN is a veteran when it comes to massive broadcasting deals and getting games to viewers. They already have the exclusive rights to all UFC fights, I assume this would work relatively the same way, living in their ESPN app. However, I'm not entirely sure Disney is going to be dropping the billions required to get the rights. If I was going to pick a "favorite" to fade, ESPN is my pick.

Apple (+300)

If I'm fading ESPN, I'm hammering Apple at +300. The tech giant has been playing catch-up with streaming services like Netflix and Amazon Prime for a little while now. They have hits like Ted Lasso and Severance, but they need to make a splash when it comes to Apple TV and the content they provide. This would make all the sense in the world for them and they would be able to use it as an offering with all their tech. Think about a "free season of NFL Sunday Ticket when you buy an iphone" ad.


Brian is a sports journalist with close to ten years of experience in the business. A lifelong Philadelphia sports fan with a passion for all things sports gambling.


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