Weird we haven't mentionned it earlier.

No idea how OTT provider DAZN pulled that off, but they signed a contract with the NFL and takes over Sunday Ticket. Out-of-home football teams supporters have to figure out how to bring the internet feed to their HDTV.

Bell announced to their customers they'll provide ALL sunday games. "How will they pull that off?" you may ask? Temporarily import local US stations ? Nope.
Remember those CTV stations localed outside of mandatory markets for digital transition back in 2011 ? Namely, Timmins, Sault Ste.Marie, Sudbury, North Bay, Prince Albert, Yorkton, Sydney, and Red Deer. No change, they're still broadcasting in analog, but Bell recently decided to add those stations to all their Bell Fibe customers. OK, what's the point ?
Those neglected-by-geography Bell-owned stations will instead broadcast the remaining football games while the other CTV stations are busy simsubbing. Bell will make sure to hammer you with the usual Bell products commercials, CraveTV, Virgin mobile, TSN Radio and other related products, including the highly-annoying Trivago...

- Bell Fibe customers have to subscribe to Timeshifting package.
- For Toronto, Rogers carries CFTO Toronto, CKCO Kitchener, CKY Winnipeg, CFCN Calgary, CIVT Vancouver, CJCH Halifax, and some CTV2 stations. None of those small market stations. Don't know which areas Rogers and Cogeco covers, but they'll have to figure something out while Bell rides on the exclusivity.
- Videotron carries only CTV Montreal and Vancouver. Switching to Bell is the only option.