The season premiere of HBO ‘Real Sports’ is set to feature a lot of football, and the host of the show, SportsCenter’s Skip Bayless, is making the case for the game being on the broadcast network.
Speaking to the audience in front of a crowd of NFL fans in Atlanta on Monday night, Bayless talked about the upcoming year of the NFL and how it will play into the broadcast and streaming of the games.
As a sports fan, I think you want to be able to watch sports and get an idea of what’s going on on the field, the atmosphere, the players, the teams, the storylines, the personalities, and everything that goes on in the NFL.
And so the way I would describe it, it’s sort of like watching a movie, the movies are always great, the footballs are great, but you can’t go and get a real feel for what’s happening on the football field, so that’s one thing that’s different.
The other thing that is different is, because of the nature of the game that I watch, you kind of get a feeling of the crowd, the noise level, the energy level, and you can kind of see that the games are going on in a different way that it is with a movie.
It’s a great feeling, because I’m kind of a football nerd, and I love watching football.
I think we’re going to have an awesome year of sports.
I love the fact that you can watch a game, you can see it on TV, and then you can pick it apart and see how it was shot, how it is written, and how the players were portrayed and so on.
It’s a beautiful thing, and we’re not going to miss a beat.
That’s one of the reasons I’ve been so happy about this year, because there’s no question that it’s going to be an amazing year for the sport.