The Latest on the cricket craft machine craze
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The latest in sports entertainment is shaping up to be a great one for sports fans.
With a plethora of sports channels on the horizon, the Craft Machine craze is poised to be even bigger than it already is.
In a world where sports fans are spending more and more time with their smartphones and tablets, the idea of getting their hands on an actual craft machine is pretty much a non-starter.
In fact, many have gone so far as to say that it would be better to watch the game on TV instead.
As for what happens next for the Craft Machines, there are a few options on the table.
The most obvious one is to try to sell the machine on eBay, which is where the craze began.
The craze was born in the late ’90s when a team of makers created a craft machine that allowed players to watch their own games on a TV.
That was the year the league changed its rules regarding live TV broadcasts, and in 1994, the NFL introduced live video games to the game.
Fast forward to 2017 and the crazefest is back, this time for the 2018 season.
The league announced that it was going to allow viewers to watch games on TVs.
That didn’t happen, however, and the Craft Meters are not making their way back to the sidelines anytime soon.
The NFL did not respond to a request for comment.
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