Comcast does not have a NFL package. The NFL Sunday Ticket is exclusive to Directv. You can get the NFL Redzone if you subscribed to the sports and entertainment package.🙂
Yes you will get the Thursday and sunday night games if you have I think up to starter package.
you will also get the Sunday morning and sunday afternoon games on Fox and CBS and monday night games on ESPN
If you want to watch a certain team try NFL redzone they show every touchdown from every game from 1pm to 7 pm Eastern. but I think it's only on the Sports and entertainment package.
As user dwitham mentioned Comcast does not currently offer NFL Sunday Ticket, however we do offer the NFL RedZone. Every Sunday during the NFL regular season, NFL RedZone provides commercial-free, live coverage of the most exciting moments from around the league as they happen every touchdown, every game, every Sunday. NFL RedZone is available in stunning high-definition (HD)*, which puts you right in the middle of all the action as it happens.
Our Sports Entertainment Package does include NFL RedZone and you can make the upgrade to that package here: http://www.xfinity.com/Redzone Or, if you have XFINITY X1 service, you can use your X1 Voice Remote and say, "Upgrade to NFL RedZone," which will take you to the Manage Channels app to add NFL RedZone to your subscription. (To view NFL RedZone you must subscribe to the Comcast Sports Entertainment Package.)
You can also access NFL extras via our X1 Sports App. The app includes:
To access the NFL Extras on the Sports App:
With the Sports app on X1, you can now receive statistical NFL information and insights using the X1 Voice Remote. Try asking about your favorite player or ask for a comparison between two players simply by adding "stats" to the end of your voice command.
By saying two quarterbacks' names followed by "stats," you can see how two players stack up against each other. For example, press the microphone button and say, "Tom Brady vs. Drew Brees stats."
You can compare NFL teams using voice commands like "Dolphins vs. Patriots stats" to see how two teams match up and where they rank in the league.
You can also see top performers in almost any statistical category using voice commands like "Touchdown leader stats". In addition, saying things like "AFC East standings stats" will show you who's in and who's out of the NFL Playoffs. You can even ask questions about your favorite team's roster, such as "Stats, who is number 37 on the Cowboys?"
*High-Definition programming requires high-definition equipment and service.
I hope this answers your questions. If you need anything else or have any additional questions, please don't hesitate to let us know.