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NFL Sunday, December 20, 2020; Week 15


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This is early and incomplete this week due to Saturday games. I will update as soon as more information becomes available. (updated once)

Week 15 Viewing Map


NATIONAL BROADCASTS
 

● Thursday Night 8:20 ET: LA Chargers @ Las Vegas (FOX/NFLN)
Saturday 4:30 ET: Buffalo @ Denver (NFLN) (Adam Amin, Mark Schlereth)
● Saturday 8:15 ET: Carolina @ Green Bay (NFLN) (Mike Tirico, Kurt Warner)
● Sunday Night 8:20 ET: Cleveland @ NY Giants (NBC)
● Monday Night 8:15 ET: Pittsburgh @ Cincinnati (ESPN)
 

CBS EARLY
 

● New England @ Miami, Ian Eagle, Charles Davis
● San Francisco @ Dallas, Kevin Harlan, Trent Green
● Houston @ Indianapolis, Greg Gumbel, Rich Gannon
● Jacksonville @ Baltimore, Andrew Catalon, James Lofton
● Detroit @ Tennessee, Spero Dedes, Adam Archuleta
 

CBS LATE
 

● Kansas City @ New Orleans, Jim Nantz, Tony Romo
● NO GAME due to NFL contractural obligations (this will make sense when they get the color coded map up - a portion of the country is not getting a second game)
 

FOX SINGLE
 

● Tampa Bay @ Atlanta, Kevin Burkhardt, Daryl Johnston
● Seattle @ Washington, Kenny Albert, Jonathan Vilma
● Chicago @ Minnesota, Chris Myers, Greg Jennings
 

● NY Jets @ LA Rams (LATE), Kevin Kugler, Brock Huard
● Philadelphia @ Arizona (LATE), Brandon Gaudin, Aqib Talib

 

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NFL Standings
 

Rooting for:


● LA Chargers @ Las Vegas - Chargers
● Cleveland @ NY Giants - Giants
● Pittsburgh @ Cincinnati - Cincinnati
● New England @ Miami - I can't even write it :yuck:
● Jacksonville @ Baltimore - Jax
● Detroit @ Tennessee - Detroit
● Houston @ Indianapolis - Indy
● Kansas City @ New Orleans - NO
● NY Jets @ LA Rams - Jets  :classic_laugh:


 

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1 hour ago, GG1 said:

 

Don't we want HOU to win to get a higher draft pick for Phins?


Yes, but we want Tennessee to lose and Indy to win to get higher playoff seeding. 

 

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5 minutes ago, Ann said:


Yes, but we want Tennessee to lose and Indy to win to get higher playoff seeding. 

 

 

Not to mention, Houston will be left playing the final games with the equivalent of retired people from some NYC nursing homes. They gave Miami a pair of aces and a King for Tunsil,  and whatever Houston does to end the year will barely decide what suit the aces are. They're still a pair of aces to go with the one in their hand already.

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22 hours ago, GG1 said:

 

Don't we want HOU to win to get a higher draft pick for Phins?

 

Texans are one of 6 teams with 4 wins.  One more win than that group would be a big jump.

 

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1 hour ago, snafu said:

 

Texans are one of 6 teams with 4 wins.  One more win than that group would be a big jump.

 

That trade is just mind boggling.  How in the world do you give up 2 firsts and a second for Tunsil and Kenny friggin' Stills?

 

 

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10 minutes ago, Alaska Darin said:

That trade is just mind boggling.  How in the world do you give up 2 firsts and a second for Tunsil and Kenny friggin' Stills?

 

 

ANDDDD, do it without a new deal in place for said player..Tunsil took em took em to the woodshed for that mistake, as he should have. 

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14 minutes ago, Alaska Darin said:

That trade is just mind boggling.  How in the world do you give up 2 firsts and a second for Tunsil and Kenny friggin' Stills?

 

 

 

You mean BOB made a worse trade that Hopkins?

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3 minutes ago, plenzmd1 said:

ANDDDD, do it without a new deal in place for said player..Tunsil took em took em to the woodshed for that mistake, as he should have. 

Excellent point.  Add to that Kenny Stills' contract and you have a real head scratcher.  Stills is at like $700k+ per TARGET this season.

 

Bill O'Brien is the Adam Gase of personnel decisions.

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3 minutes ago, Alaska Darin said:

Excellent point.  Add to that Kenny Stills' contract and you have a real head scratcher.  Stills is at like $700k+ per TARGET this season.

 

Bill O'Brien is the Adam Gase of personnel decisions.

Jesus, i still cant believe the Bills lost to that idiot last year!

 

give Tunsil credit, he may smoke some weed, but he sure as chit smart as hell. He understood the situation, knew BOB was stuck...so negotiated his own deal, no agent!!!! As Andrew Brandt often says, Tunsil definitely won at the business of football!

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1 hour ago, Alaska Darin said:

That trade is just mind boggling.  How in the world do you give up 2 firsts and a second for Tunsil and Kenny friggin' Stills?

 

 

 

54 minutes ago, GG1 said:

 

You mean BOB made a worse trade that Hopkins?

 

 

Either one of these trades, taken alone, would set a franchise back for years.

 

 

 

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1 hour ago, snafu said:

 

Either one of these trades, taken alone, would set a franchise back for years.

 

Beane stood pat at the trade deadline and this team keeps playing better.
(Although Carlos Dunlap could have been a good addition)

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9 hours ago, Ann said:


From the color map it looks like you will get it.
 

Most of Arizona blacked out from the late CBS game is strange.  All the other three teams cities playing in that late Fox window gets the CBS game.  Probably has something to do with Sunday Ticket.

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4 hours ago, Doc Brown said:

Most of Arizona blacked out from the late CBS game is strange.  All the other three teams cities playing in that late Fox window gets the CBS game.  Probably has something to do with Sunday Ticket.

I think the rule is something about you can’t have a game on opposite the home team in their primary market. Maybe it doesn’t apply to LA because they have 2 teams? 

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5 hours ago, Doc Brown said:

Most of Arizona blacked out from the late CBS game is strange.  All the other three teams cities playing in that late Fox window gets the CBS game.  Probably has something to do with Sunday Ticket.

 

Contracts prevent running a game opposing the local team.   Was much stricter in the past, though.  Until the last few years, Jets & Giants never played at the same time.   

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5 hours ago, Chandemonium said:

I think the rule is something about you can’t have a game on opposite the home team in their primary market. Maybe it doesn’t apply to LA because they have 2 teams? 

 

This is why I was worried about not getting the game opposite the Jets. 

 

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6 hours ago, GG1 said:

 

Contracts prevent running a game opposing the local team.   Was much stricter in the past, though.  Until the last few years, Jets & Giants never played at the same time.   

I thought that was the reason too but am confused to why the local markets for the Rams, Jets, and Eagles do get that late CBS late game.

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