Tom Brady’s legendary 20-year career in New England is over, and while he’s just moving on to another team, you’d think he’s hanging up his cleats for good by the reaction from the sports world.
And when you get perhaps the most maligned and loved quarterback of all time making a major move at the same time there’s literally no sports to cover, you’ve got a recipe for a television event like we’ve never seen before .
This Sunday, March 22, ESPN will present marathon coverage of Tom Brady’s best performances over the past two decades. It’s not just any marathon coverage though – it’s a staggering seven hour production.
The retrospective will feature nine of Brady’s biggest games, including condensed versions of all six of his Super Bowl wins.
The coverage starts at noon Eastern with the infamous “Tuck Rule” game, the 2001 AFC Divisional Round matchup against the Oakland Raiders, and ends with Brady’s last Super Bowl appearance over the LA Rams.
If you’re interested in catching the look at Brady’s career but don’t have cable, here are your best options for streaming ESPN’s coverage.
For just $4.99 a month, you get unlimited access to all ESPN content from their cable channels plus a huge swath of other sports coverage.
Hulu Live is new to the streaming television scene, but it’s already a top tier choice. It costs $54.99 a month if you subscribe, but you get just as many channels as regular cable, and there’s even a free trial to test things out.
AT&T TV has been in the TV game for a long time, but it’s the newest name in the streaming. It has a smaller lineup than others, at on 35 live stations, but the price reflects that at $15 a month. Just like other options, there’s a free trial for new accounts.
Sling TV is a standard in streaming, and they’re about as reliable as you can get. The price per month varies depending on your package, but they have plans that start as low as $20.