I watch all CFL games unless life gets in the way (like Fridays game, memorial then supper with friends). I have a man cave & my wife is happy enough to let me watch on the big screen, she has her own tv in the living area. No pvr, if I miss them I miss them.
Joanne & I need two tvs for a reason. Apart from my music video collection & CFL football I seldom turn the tv on, I'm a reader by nature & rarely watch anything else. Joanne has her tv on about 10 hrs a day, it's always in the background. She doesn't do football.
i turn off the effin sound for the TSN panel. i still watch the crappy games for scouting and player/ team comparison, and because CFL football is so unpredictable. some of those sucky games had exciting finishes, despite quality of play.
I don’t get games on TV so I listen to about 1/3 on satellite radio but follow almost all of them in the CFL website. I make a stronger attempt to catch Bombers games.
Lately I’ve missed due to other family events and/or the high school games I run the scoreboard for.
Can't remember the last CFL game I didn't watch. I always set the PVR for all the games early in the week so I don't miss any since there are a lot of games that would otherwise be inconvenient or impossible to watch. I rarely watch any of the games completely in real time. Pros: see all the games, watch when I want, skip the commercials and panel when they're acting like idiots. Cons: occasionally will know the outcome before I see the game, can't join the game day forums until well after the game.