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Ifootball 012013.jpgf you love football as much as I do, you’re well versed in some of the best (worst?) football clichés around – those tried and true phrases to which broadcasters ‘round the league turn to color their commentary. From the wide receiver that’s “deceptively quick” (instead of “obviously quick” considering how he blew by the entire secondary) to somehow giving more than 100% effort, we all have our favorites. This year, we decided to turn the world of football clichés on its head and assign new meaning to some of them. That way, as you’re enjoying the Big Game Sunday and get one cliché after another thrown your way, you can recall just why football is better with FiOS.  And for the non-football fans, enjoy the commercials since this is the one time a year we don’t fast forward through them since they can be more entertaining than the actual game!


Tiger Tide: Defensive Showdown

by Employee ‎11-04-2011 03:18 PM - edited ‎11-04-2011 03:29 PM

Footballimage11.4.11.jpgWe are half way through the season and the gridiron action is heating up both on the college and professional front.  Whether it’s Saturday’s defensive battle of #1 LSU vs.. #2 Alabama or Sunday’s offensive match up of Giants vs.. Patriots, there isn’t a shortage of great games this weekend.


LSU vs. Alabama is being viewed as the game of the decade.  Every sports radio and TV station is talking about it and the ticket cost alone for this match-up is incredible. As of Thursday, the asking price for one ticket was $5,000 and the game is on track to become the highest-selling college football game of the season. This is also the first time in SEC history the #1 and #2 teams are facing off in the regular season. 


1405iD5E677C292B4A334We’ve told you about all the interactive football content on FiOS, made possible by our all-fiber network. So it shouldn’t come as a complete surprise that we’re using some of the same technology to expand the game-day experience for fans actually at the stadium.

The New Meadowlands Stadium in East Rutherford, N.J., is a good case in point. Home of the Jets and Giants, the New Meadowlands is one of the most technologically advanced in the country. Screens and other devices in the stadium are connected by Verizon’s fiber and wireless networks and by Cisco technology, which means that fans will enjoy the added benefit of video, player statistics and other information as they watch the game. Read more...

Get Ready – Football Is Coming to Your TV Screen in 3D

by ‎08-11-2010 11:20 AM - edited ‎08-11-2010 11:21 AM


That’s right. Verizon FiOS will help kick off football season by producing and broadcasting the first NFL game in 3D on television, featuring the Sept. 2 preseason match-up between the New York Giants and the New England Patriots.

Produced by FiOS1, Verizon’s hyper-local news channel, the 3D game will air on channel 834 in the New York City area, including Long Island and Westchester and Rockland counties; Mercer County, N.J and the northern part of the state; Massachusetts; and Rhode Island. Read more...


I can tell when football season is just a few weeks away when I hear my husband and his friends start draft talking. Fantasy Football fans, you know exactly what I’m talking about. Verizon customers love our football offering because we have features and apps for everyone. Whether you’re a broadband customer, FiOS TV or Verizon Wireless subscriber, there is something for you.

Last season, we were one of the first TV providers to offer the NFL RedZone channel, a game changer for our customers. This year, customers who subscribe to the FiOS TV Ultimate package will receive the NFL RedZone channel at no additional cost. Read more...

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Bob Elek

Manager - Media Relations

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Bob stays on top of developments and issues with Verizon’s Consumer and Mass Business segment from his home base in Florida. He has been involved with Fios since it was first being developed and deployed in 2004.

Alberto Canal

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Alberto is in the public relations group. He loves to share tech, sustainability, feel-good, and random news of interest. A happy Fios quad play customer, he likes to use his family as guinea pigs.

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Deidre is a member of the consumer PR team and loves to talk everything Fios and everything football. She’s also a happy Triple Play customer.

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Phil has been extolling the virtues of Fios ever since he had his Triple Play installed and can’t image how he ever managed without it. He writes about developing technologies that enable him to fuel his addiction to movies and sports whenever he wants, no matter where he is.

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Caroline manages the Verizon Fios Google+ page, capturing the latest in entertainment, technology, sports and everything in between. She loves using social media and the written word to extend the Fios conversation.

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