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    Default NFL GDT week 15

    Thursday, December 15
    Los Angeles at Seattle 8:25PM NBC NFL Al Michaels/Cris Collinsworth

    Saturday, December 17
    Miami at New York Jets 8:25PM NFL Mike Tirico/Tony Dungy/Doug Flutie

    Sunday, December 18
    Green Bay at Chicago 1:00PM FOX Kevin Burkhardt/John Lynch
    Philadelphia at Baltimore 1:00PM FOX Kenny Albert/Daryl Johnston
    Detroit at New York Giants 1:00PM FOX Joe Buck/Troy Aikman
    Jacksonville at Houston 1:00PM CBS Andrew Catalon/Steve Beuerlein/Steve Tasker
    Cleveland at Buffalo 1:00PM CBS Tom McCarthy/Adam Archuleta
    Tennessee at Kansas City 1:00PM CBS Greg Gumbel/Trent Green
    Indianapolis at Minnesota 1:00PM CBS Kevin Harlan/Rich Gannon
    Pittsburgh at Cincinnati 1:00PM CBS Ian Eagle/Dan Fouts
    New Orleans at Arizona 4:05PM FOX Chris Myers/Ronde Barber
    San Francisco at Atlanta 4:05PM FOX Thom Brennaman/Charles Davis/Chris Spielman
    New England at Denver 4:25PM CBS Jim Nantz/Phil Simms
    Oakland at San Diego 4:25PM CBS Spero Dedes/Solomon Wilcots
    Tampa Bay at Dallas 8:30PM NBC Al Michaels/Cris Collinsworth

    Monday, December 19
    Carolina at Washington 8:30PM ESPN Sean McDonough/Jon Gruden

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    Probable StL games...Tennessee @ Kansas City, New England @ Denver, Green Bay @ Chicago
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    That Titans @ Chiefs game should be televised in St. Louis.
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    Why would we not get Det-Giants game at noon on Fox instead of the Chi game?

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    Playoff scenarios

    NFC
    CLINCHED: Dallas Cowboys -- playoff berth.
    ELIMINATED: San Francisco, Los Angeles, Chicago.

    DALLAS COWBOYS
    Dallas clinches division title and a first-round bye:
    1) DAL win + NYG loss or tie
    2) DAL tie + NYG loss
    Dallas clinches homefield advantage throughout NFC playoffs:
    1) DAL win + NYG/DET tie

    DETROIT LIONS
    Detroit clinches division title:
    1) DET win + GB loss or tie
    2) DET tie + GB loss + MIN loss or tie

    SEATTLE SEAHAWKS
    Seattle clinches division title:
    1) SEA win or tie
    2) ARI loss or tie

    NEW YORK GIANTS
    NY Giants clinch a playoff berth:
    1) NYG win + WAS loss + MIN loss or tie + GB loss or tie

    AFC
    CLINCHED: None
    ELIMINATED: Cleveland, Jacksonville, NY Jets.

    NEW ENGLAND PATRIOTS
    New England clinches division title:
    1) NE win or tie
    2) MIA loss or tie
    New England clinches a first-round bye:
    1) NE win or tie
    2) MIA loss or tie + PIT loss or tie
    3) MIA loss or tie + KC win


    KANSAS CITY CHIEFS
    Kansas City clinches a playoff berth:
    1) KC win
    2) KC tie + MIA loss
    3) KC tie + DEN loss or tie
    4) DEN loss + BAL loss or tie
    5) DEN loss + PIT loss or tie

    OAKLAND RAIDERS
    Oakland clinches a playoff berth:
    1) OAK win
    2) OAK tie + MIA loss
    3) OAK tie + DEN loss
    4) OAK tie + MIA tie + DEN tie
    5) OAK tie + MIA tie + KC win
    6) MIA loss + PIT loss or tie + DEN loss
    7) MIA loss + PIT loss or tie + KC win or tie
    8) MIA loss + BAL loss or tie + DEN loss
    9) MIA loss + BAL loss or tie + KC win or tie
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    Quote Originally Posted by garry View Post
    Why would we not get Det-Giants game at noon on Fox instead of the Chi game?
    All about what KTVI thinks will get the best ratings. Green Bay being a big draw and plenty of Chicagoans living here is probably why we end up with that game.

    And also why I bet Kev gets his wish for TEN/KC. Not only is it the better match up but it has some local draw.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bleacher Creature View Post
    That Titans @ Chiefs game should be televised in St. Louis.
    Was changed to that within the last couple hours...I edited my post to show that.
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    Fox 2 is the home of the Chefs, you guys. As is KMOX.

    FML.

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    Fisher will be called out of retirement late Thursday night to make all the proper excuses.

    "Very disruptive week"

    "Short rest"

    "Mistakes were made"

    "Long plane ride"

    "Almost like relocating again"

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    Quote Originally Posted by Flappy McB View Post
    Fox 2 is the home of the Chefs, you guys. As is KMOX.

    FML.
    What's the problem ?

    They're decent to watch and have an excellent shot to go deep into January. Dorsey has them on the right track and also is one of the best GMs in the league.

    I would hop on their wagon if I was still in the STL area.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Reggie Cleveland View Post
    Fisher will be called out of retirement late Thursday night to make all the proper excuses.

    "Very disruptive week"

    "Short rest"

    "Mistakes were made"

    "Long plane ride"

    "Almost like relocating again"
    You forgot to preface that with, "We don't make excuses, but...."
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    Quote Originally Posted by Reggie Cleveland View Post
    Fisher will be called out of retirement late Thursday night to make all the proper excuses.

    "Very disruptive week"

    "Short rest"

    "Mistakes were made"

    "Long plane ride"

    "Almost like relocating again"


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    TV maps are up...
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    Referees
    Thursday, Dec. 15
    •Rams at Seahawks — Brad Allen

    Saturday, Dec. 17
    •Dolphins at Jets — Pete Morelli

    Sunday, Dec. 18
    •Eagles at Ravens — Craig Wrolstad
    •Browns at Bills — Clete Blakeman
    •Packers at Bears — Ron Torbert
    •Steelers at Bengals — Bill Vinovich
    •Jaguars at Texans — Ed Hochuli
    •Titans at Chiefs — John Hussey
    •Colts at Vikings — Jerome Boger
    •Lions at Giants — Tony Corrente
    •Saints at Cardinals — Carl Cheffers
    •49ers at Falcons — Gene Steratore
    •Patriots at Broncos — Walt Anderson
    •Raiders at Chargers — John Parry
    •Buccaneers at Cowboys — Terry McAulay

    Monday, Dec. 19
    •Panthers at Washington — Walt Coleman
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    Quote Originally Posted by 210 View Post
    Referees
    Thursday, Dec. 15
    •Rams at Seahawks — Brad Allen

    Saturday, Dec. 17
    •Dolphins at Jets — Pete Morelli

    Sunday, Dec. 18
    •Eagles at Ravens — Craig Wrolstad
    •Browns at Bills — Clete Blakeman
    •Packers at Bears — Ron Torbert
    •Steelers at Bengals — Bill Vinovich
    •Jaguars at Texans — Ed Hochuli
    •Titans at Chiefs — John Hussey
    •Colts at Vikings — Jerome Boger
    •Lions at Giants — Tony Corrente
    •Saints at Cardinals — Carl Cheffers
    •49ers at Falcons — Gene Steratore
    •Patriots at Broncos — Walt Anderson
    •Raiders at Chargers — John Parry
    •Buccaneers at Cowboys — Terry McAulay

    Monday, Dec. 19
    •Panthers at Washington — Walt Coleman
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    Just some additional info...not sure if I'm going to bother with it each week yet.
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    That freaking Hussey.
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    Quote Originally Posted by 210 View Post
    Just some additional info...not sure if I'm going to bother with it each week yet.
    You should add it in the first post after the announcers. We need more color in the first post.
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    You can get a suite to the Saints Christmas Eve game against Tampa Bay for just the price of the tickets, which would be 28 tickets at $170/ticket. Can even get 2 field passes, and 4 feet on the floor tickets to a Pelicans game, thrown in.

    Guess there is pretty much zero interest in that game, and its got to be a hard sell, since it was already dicey whether most fans were going to get to spend 1/2 Christmas Eve drinking and tailgating at the game. But now? Pretty hard to tell the wife you can't do the family stuff b/c you have to go to the non-playoff bound Saints game.
    As far as I know, & what I don't know in this town ain't worth knowing, the cops haven't closed any of your dives...
    & the D.A. hasn't touched any of your rackets. You haven't bought any license to kill bookies, & today I ain't sellin' any.
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    The Rams had a 3:15 game vs. the Dolphins on a x-mas eve. Told my parents I'd be late to the party.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JK View Post
    That was neat. From best to worst odds to win the SB, the AFC playoff teams I got were: Patriots, Chiefs, Steelers, Raiders, Broncos, Texans.

    For NFC: Cowboys, Seahawks, Falcons, Packers, Lions, Bucs.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ijm View Post
    The Rams had a 3:15 game vs. the Dolphins on a x-mas eve. Told my parents I'd be late to the party.
    i was at that game


    the Rams have home games on Xmas eve and NYE coming up.


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    Rams tonight. As bad as Seattle played last wk, who knows?

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    Headed to the Star on Friday to watch America's Team Practice. Should be interesting. Had to sign more waivers than when I went skydiving. Half to be careful of what I say since part of the waiver was they could record audio in the suite.

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