NFL Offering Complimentary Access to Game Pass for Fans During Coronavirus Pandemic

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Are you stuck inside the house, twiddling your thumbs, waiting for some kind of sport to reappear on the screen? The spread of the coronavirus has completely silenced the sports world, but don't worry. The NFL has you covered ... for once.

America's most popular sport has tons of archived footage of legendary games and performances, and now the NFL is making them available to you for free through NFL Game Pass.

This is a life saver in an ocean of boredom for football fans. You can re-watch some of Tom Brady's greatest moments on the New England Patriots. New Yorkers can relive the Giants' Super Bowl wins over the Patriots and imagine one of their teams actually winning something in 2020.

Oh, and you can see the game during which Odell Beckham Jr. became a marvel at wide receiver.

You can also view the behind-the-scenes series for "Hard Knocks"!

What else? This is a great opportunity for new fans trying to get into the NFL. What better way to do that than watching some of the greatest games ever?

Take some time while you're quarantined to do so. You won't regret it.