I know many of us already have the NFL's Red Zone channel, but for those who have not yet upgraded, or have never actually viewed it before, Xfinity is offering the Red Zone channel for free this weekend. That means that on Sunday you'll be able to flip over to the Red Zone channel and see what all the fuss is about.
I realize I've pimped out the Red Zone channel quite a bit here, but I really can't underestimate what it provides. For fantasy football it's a god-send. Obviously most of us have access to live scoring online, but seeing the touchdowns can add a certain level of excitement.
Since not everybody here lives in the Bay Area, after the jump I've posted the standard and HD channel for the Red Zone channel in various major media markets. If you're too far outside one of these markets, check your local listings or their website.
Red Zone Channels
San Francisco: Standard - 427; HD - 785
Atlanta: Standard - 274; HD - 799
Baltimore: Standard - 734; HD - 861
Boston: Standard - 287; HD - 899
Chicago: Standard - 411; HD - 254
Denver: Standard - 418; HD - 694, 839
Detroit: Standard - 182; HD - 741
Houston: Standard - 130; HD - 714
Indianapolis: Standard - 271, 548; HD - 216, 1706
Jacksonville: Standard - 741; HD - 390
Miami: Standard - 743; HD - 390
Minneapolis: Standard - 727; HD - 406
Oakland: Standard - 427; HD - 785
Philadelphia: Standard - 734; HD - 861
Pittsburgh: Standard - 278; HD - 861
Seattle: Standard - 410; HD - 637
Tennessee: Standard - 287; HD - 184
Washington, DC: Standard - 734; HD - 861