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Things may have been off to a rocky start when the NFL started using Surface tablets earlier this year, but today brought a pretty cool little story about how the tablets have helped out Washington's own Seattle Seahawks. In an interview with Washington's King 5 News, quarterback Russell Wilson said that the ability to instantly review plays on the tablet has helped the team win.

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Microsoft spent a lot of money in its multi-year partnership with the National Football League to gets its products and services on the playing field, including its Surface Pro 2 tablets. Now the company has admitted to helping TV announcers correctly state that players and coaches on the field are using the Windows 8.1 devices during the game.

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The NFL is currently under way in the US and Microsoft is heavily involved both on the field and in the living room. The company is not only providing players and coaches with specially designed Microsoft Surfaces (with a side-line viewing system), but owners of the Xbox One are able to take full advantage of the available NFL app. Gone were the days of simply watching the sport. Now it's possible to really dive into the fantasy side of NFL. New adverts have also been released to show how everything ties together.

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The official NFL Game Rewind app for Windows Phone sneaked into the Store a few days ago. This app requires a paid subscription to NFL Game Rewind and brings full replays of NFL games to your Windows Phone. The app has been available on Windows since last year, but it's nice to see the app making its way to Windows Phone.

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CBS Sports Fantasy is now available on Windows Phone and Windows. You'd think it was time for the 2014 NFL season or something with the number of high quality football apps we've seen lately on Windows. Today CBS Sports fantasy fans walk away with their own app on their phone and tablet. You'll especially want to grab this app if you play in a Yahoo Fantasy Football league. Read on for more details on why you need this app.

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NFL Now for Windows Phone and Windows 8.1 has just been updated days before the start of the 2014 season. The app joined the Windows family just last week, but has already picked up a big update. Head into the Windows Phone Store and you'll find version 1.1.8.1. Today's update is most notable for adding live streaming to the app!

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The NFL has just released their official cheat sheet and draft kit for the 2014 Fantasy Football season. As you know, a lot of folks take their fantasy football very seriously – just watch an episode of The League on FXX to see how serious. This is probably an app you won't want to miss on Windows Phone and Windows 8 if you're big into fantasy football.

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The official NFL Preseason Live app is available for Windows 8.1. The NFL preseason is officially underway. There will be a total of 65 games this preseason, and you can catch them all on your Surface Pro 3 or other Windows 8.1 device. Read on for details on how to access every out-of-market game live.

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Microsoft will be updating the NFL app on the Xbox One and Windows 8 devices, adding several new features in time for the start of the football season next month. The new app will be more customizable, and you will be able to choose the information you see. You an view stats for your favorite teams and players, as well as on-demand video from NFL Now and more, according to Engadget:

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The NFL will be employing modified Surface tablets on the sidelines of games beginning this season. As part of an existing deal with Microsoft, the NFL will deploy Surface Pro 2 tablets beginning with the Hall of Fame game today. The tablets, modified externally with a thick blue case, will be used to review plays instantly. Each sideline will have a temperature-controlled cart of Surface tablets, which will remain locked up at the stadium when not in use during games. Additionally, the tablets will be locked down to prevent cheating, according to Engadget:

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