Reviewing TVs to watch your favorite football team on.
David Katzmaier, here, Jet's fan and senior CNet editor.
I'm Jamie Erdahl, CBSSports.com host All right, budget.
We're talking kids in college, coming out of college, people that just don't want to spend a lot, but they do want high quality.
So what's your best recommendation for a budget TV?
Well, the less expensive TVs are the smaller ones, and among those TVs, up to 55 inches, we really like Roku TV.
They're available from a few different brands.
They have a built-in smart TV system from Roku that's great.
The advantage there is that you don't have to add an extra smart TV box to watch Netflix and all those other things.
So you also get access to umpteen apps on that device.
It's a really simple-to-use system, so Roku TVs for the inexpensive pick.
If you wanna get a cheap TV at a very large screen size Vizio's E series is our secondary pick for the budget line.
They go up to 70 inches.
All right, so if you do wanna open up your wallet a little bit wider for the mainstream football fan, someone who wants to take in as much as they can throughout the weekend, either college football or NFL, what would you recommend?
The Vizio M series.
It's available in a 65" for 1500, a 70" model for two grand, and an 80" size for 4,000 bucks.
Those prices are really good.
It's a 4K TV.
The picture quality is excellent.
So it's our best overall pick especially if want that big screen without breaking the bank.
And that still falls within your recommendation of starting at 60 and working your way up when it comes size.
All right, high-end TV.
Someone wants to really show off what they got when they have all their friends over for Super Bowl 50 on CBS What do you go for?
Money to burn, OLED, hands down.
There's a technology from LG called OLED, it really does produce spectacular picture quality.
A 65 incher is about $5,000, still really expensive for that size.
Let's say you wanna go even bigger, there's a 75 inch Sony for about $6,000.
Not quite as good a picture as OLED, but Still 75 inches, come on.
Bigger the better, more money the better, David Casmeyer tells you to go 70 inches and spend $10,000.