Starting today, real football and your fantasy team are one and the same. Tomorrow? We can only guess.
Since launching in 2017, YouTube TV has mostly been positioned as Google’s answer to Xfinity. It’s a way for cord-cutters with internet access to get cable channels on phones, laptops, and even their TVs without all the pesky DVR boxes and annual upsells that add $5 here and $15 there until your cable bill can be mistaken for your mortgage.
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