In a very interesting off-season, where many people were unsure whether they were ever going to see NFL games played, this 2011 football season should be nothing short of exciting. For football fans everywhere, the start of the season marks a time when for the remainder of the fall, Sundays will be the best day of the week filled with games, games and more games. But how can fans keep track of all the action? With NFL RedZone on XFINITY, a channel that delivers every touchdown from every game on Sunday afternoons throughout the season. NFL RedZone is the go-to destination for football devotees, no matter who they are cheering for and this Sunday, which marks the first NFL Sunday of the season, NFL RedZone is free to anyone that wants to try it.

NFL RedZone is available as part of Comcast's Sports Entertainment Package for less than $8 per month and is produced by NFL Network. The channel airs every Sunday from 11:30 a.m. EST through the completion of the late-afternoon games, providing fans with live look-ins, game highlights, fantasy stats, and more. The channel does an incredible job keeping viewers up-to-date in real time, moving from game to game each time a team is positioned to score inside the 20-yard line. Trust me: once you see it, you'll be hooked on NFL RedZone!

NFL RedZone joins Xfinity TV's multiplatform sports lineup of live TV, Xfinity On Demand and that offers the most live sports, including 120 NFL games in HD, with Sunday Night Football on NBC, Monday Night Football on ESPN, Sunday games on FOX and CBS and Thursday Night Football on NFL Network. Xfinity TV customers also have access to NFL Network, which provides On Demand recaps of every NFL game, 24/7 year-round coverage, expert analysis, original programming, and more.

Don't miss any of the action this season with all the options from Xfinity TV!