Niners fans are going to be stoked.
While the NFC East is in its final days of the season, the Niners are currently ranked first in the NFL in overall attendance.
Niners owner Jed York announced a new deal with Comcast to televise the Niner game on their Sportsnet channel in 2017.
This deal will allow Niners games to be broadcast on Comcast SportsNet Chicago and Comcast Sportsnet New England.
The deal will be available to both Comcast subscribers and cord cutters.
This move is an exciting development for Niners’ fans.
The team will now be able to get an exclusive NFL experience that most fans will never get to experience in their own backyard.
The Niners have been struggling financially over the past few seasons, and this move will help the team financially.
The NFL’s popularity has dropped off significantly over the last couple years, and viewership for the game has dropped as well.
Fans of other NFL teams will now have access to an experience that they will not be able get on other networks.
With the Comcast deal, the team will be able compete with other networks in the broadcast market.
This is another win for the fans of the Ninjas.
Comcast Sports Network is a very popular channel for sports fans.
With Comcast SportsNexus, fans can watch live and on demand games from around the world.
This agreement will make the Ninjerays live broadcast of the game even more valuable than before.
The Comcast deal will give the Ninjers a huge boost in the television market and make the team even more popular.
Ninjas fans are very excited to be able watch the team play in their backyard, and they will be ecstatic if this deal comes to fruition.
The last time the Ninjamers were in the NFC, they were ranked second in attendance behind the Atlanta Falcons.
This will give Ninjas a huge lead in the overall attendance and will be an exciting week for the Ninas fanbase.
This NFL season is over, but fans will have a chance to celebrate in the stands on Sunday.
If you’re in the market for a Niners ticket, you can get yours from the NinJamers Ticket Office, located at the Stadium Box Office located at Ninjamans Stadium in San Francisco.