NFL TV Schedule

We’re BAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAACK! – Week 1 NFL TV Schedule

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OK well not all of us are back.  Tom Brady is definitely not back.  There are others who are injured or suspended for doing something stupid.  Greg Hardy isn’t back.  Aaron Hernandez…ok I should just quit this bit right now.

But other than those jabronies, the NFL is back in full swing.  Last night’s game was a nail-biter which is kind of shocking to me.  I figured Cam Newton and the Panthers would mop the floor with the Broncos and that didn’t happen.  I keep forgetting about Denver’s insane defense.  To be honest, other than the Ravens’ Super Bowl defense, the Bears’ Monsters of Midway back in the 80s, and the Steelers’ Steel Curtain of the 70s, I can’t remember a defense that is THIS good.  And they will have to be to make it even to the playoffs it looks like.  Not that Trevor Siemian is bad: I just see him having at least a couple of awful games where the D will have to pick up the slack.

Alright, opening night has come and gone.  Now let’s look at this weekend’s NFL schedule.  I am using a slightly different format so if you don’t like it, tell me and I will more than likely change it…maybe.

Sunday Early

CBS FOX CTV TSN OTHER
Green Bay at Jacksonville Seattle, Tacoma, Spokane, Buffalo, Rochester, Burlington, Boston BC, Alberta, Saskatchewan, Winnipeg, Ottawa CKPR, CHEX, CKWS
Buffalo at Baltimore Buffalo, Rochester Toronto, Kitchener, Northern Ontario
Chicago at Houston Detroit
Cleveland at Philadelphia Cleveland
Tampa Bay at Atlanta
Minnesota at Tennessee Minneapolis 1/3/4/5
Cincinnati at NY Jets Detroit, Burlington, Boston Montreal, Atlantic
Oakland at New Orleans
San Diego at Kansas City

Sunday Late

CBS FOX CTV CTV Two OTHER
Miami at Seattle Seattle, Spokane, Minneapolis BC, Alberta CITL
Detroit at Indianapolis Minneapolis, Detroit Vancouver Island, Alberta, Ontario
NY Giants at Dallas All affiliates (except Seattle,Tacoma, Minneapolis, Detroit) Saskatchewan, Winnipeg, All of Ontario, Montreal Atlantic CKPR, CHEX, CKWS

Sunday & Monday Primetime

New England at Arizona (Sunday) 8:30, NBC
Pittsburgh at Washington (Monday) 6:55, TSN 1/3/4/5
Los Angeles at San Francisco (Monday) 10:15, TSN 1/3/4/5

Only three games won’t be seen in this area.  They are all early games and are, for the most part, games that very few would want to see unless they are fans of those particular teams.  Especially Cleveland-Philly.  Good God.  Watch it be the most exciting game of the week and end 43-40 in overtime.

Gambling Shit

I don’t know if I am going to gamble on the NFL this year.  I still may.  This week I won’t be.  I find spending money on something I will more than likely lose at to be disheartening nowadays and pretty much financially irresponsible.  I probably say that because I am flat-out bad at it.  Anyway…

Here are my picks for this week.  Some are good.  Some not so good.  Here we go:

Green Bay over Jacksonville

Baltimore over Buffalo

Houston over Chicago

Philadelphia over Cleveland

Tampa Bay over Atlanta

Minnesota over Tennessee

Cincinnati over NY Jets

Oakland over New Orleans

Kansas City over San Diego

Seattle over Miami

Indianapolis over Detroit

Dallas over NY Giants

Arizona over New England

Pittsburgh over Washington

Los Angeles over San Francisco

Remember that tonight there are two college football games and then the full schedule tomorrow.  Make sure to check out the schedule either tonight or tomorrow morning just in case there are any updates because a lot of times there are.  My PVR may hate me after this weekend but that’s its job so it better do it properly as I won’t be around for part of Saturday.  Enjoy the games everyone!

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One thought on “We’re BAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAACK! – Week 1 NFL TV Schedule

  1. Green Bay over Jacksonville
    Baltimore over Buffalo
    Houston over Chicago
    Cleveland over Philadelphia
    Atlanta over Tampa Bay
    Tennessee over Minnesota
    N.Y. Jets over Cincinnati (don’t know why)
    Oakland over New Orleans
    San Diego over Kansas City (upset of the week)
    Seattle over Miami
    Indianapolis over Detroit
    N.Y. Giants over Dallas (one of these two teams will win the NFC East)
    Arizona over New England
    Pittsburgh over Washington
    San Francisco over Los Angeles

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