I'm a season ticket holder, love it, and try my best to never ever take it for granted. But I've got to admit, I'm conflicted about it at times. Yes, going to the games is super cool, but there have been Sundays when I kinda wanted to stay home, even though I can get from my house to my seat in less than 45 minutes, and home from the stadium in equal time. Conflicted not so much because of the high number of opposing jerseys that attend the games - which can be nauseating, especially for the lowest-common-denominator teams like the Saints, Reskins, Eagles, Raiders, etc - and not because of the high prices on concessions, which I don't really partake in outside of a diet coke and an occassional chicken cheesy flauta (mmmm, good!). All in all, it's a first class experience, made better by the fact that I share it each Sunday with my aging father. These are times never to be forgotten. So why? What could possibly be conflicting about getting to go to Cowboys games and see first-hand my lifelong favorite team? And why is it taking me five, going on six, paragraphs to get to the point? (Read your mind.) It's because of the brilliance of the NFL telecast. Monster televisions with razor sharp definition, multiple replay angles, pause and rewind....and now one of the true wonders of the civilized world, The Red Zone Channel. If you don't got it, get it, and thank me later. It's intoxicating to sit there and literally watch every game at the same time without so much as touching your remote control. No commercials. No trouble following along whatsoever. Not a minute of boredom. The only downside is having to get up to go pee during the commercial, because again, there aren't any. Sitting at a Cowboys game, you're in a bit of bubble, locked into this one game, with nothing but league scores occassionally trickling across the scoreboard from time to time. Yes, you get a Red Zone channel update on the big screen, but the highlight is typically an hour old, so it serves little purpose. Jacksonville might be on to something. They're talking about putting the Red Zone Channel on their stadium screens during home games for their fans. Granted, that's some bad football they're rolling out there, but the result might be worth looking at by Jerry. No, I wouldn't want it as a constant (unless other screens could be installed, and that might be a bad idea, too). However, there's a LOT of downtime during the game during commercials and halftime, and that would really make the game more fun to be able to watch football when the game is in a holding pattern. Frankly, at these prices, we shouldn't be "sacrificing" our football experience by going ot the game. Teams should reward its paying patrons with a more visceral experience at the game then what they can get at home, which happens in Cowboys Stadium except for this one important area. Most importantly, it would relieve my confliction. I can feel your sympathy. Don't judge me.