A wild card round of the National Football League playoffs will take place in just a few days, and the Kansas City Chiefs will be playing home to the Miami Dolphins.
In contrast to the majority of NFL playoff games, which are shown on major networks, the clash that will take place on Saturday night will be carried only on Peacock. Multiple reports indicate that NBC paid the National Football League a total of $110 million in order to have the game broadcast on its streaming platform.
However, not everyone is thrilled with the concept, despite the fact that the network is obviously attempting to attract people to Peacock. Charles Omenihu, a defensive lineman for the Chiefs, found it hard to believe that Peacock would be the game’s performer.
It was earlier this week when he made the statement, “I won’t lie; us playing on peacock only is just insane.”
At this point, he is taking action to address the issue. Omenihu wants Kansas City Chiefs supporters to be able to see the game, so he is giving away ninety subscriptions to the streaming site. “Alright, Chiefs Kingdom, I saw the comments, and I want you all to be able to watch us play,” he said on social media. “So, I’m giving away ninety memberships to Peacock every three months! Send a response to this tweet, including an explanation of why you should be selected to win. On Friday, we will be selecting winners!
It is possible that things will become more intriguing on Saturday night, and we are not simply referring to the fact that the game will be played on a streaming platform.
In accordance with the most recent forecast, temperatures are expected to be close to zero degrees for the start of the game, with the wind chill falling below zero.
During the evening on Saturday, the action will begin on Peacock at 8:00 p.m. Eastern Time.