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 Posted: Thu Dec 22nd, 2011 03:16 am
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Beej can post the point spreads later.

Week 16 Schedule

Doubleheader on Fox

Thursday Night Football
Texans at Colts - 8:20 - NFL Network (Brad Nessler and Mike Mayock)

Note, all regional games will be on Saturday, instead of Sunday.

CBS
1:00 pm:
Broncos at Bills (Jim Nantz and Phil Simms)
Dolphins at Patriots (Ian Eagle and Dan Fouts)
Browns at Ravens (Spero Dedes and Rich Gannon)
Raiders at Chiefs (Kevin Harlan and Solomon Wilcots)
Jaguars at Titans (Bill Macatee and Steve Tasker)

4:05 pm:
Chargers at Lions (Greg Gumbel and Dan Dierdorf)

Fox
1:00 pm:
Giants at Jets (Kenny Albert, Daryl Johnston and Tony Siragusa)
Rams at Steelers (Dick Stockton and John Lynch)
Cardinals at Bengals (Thom Brennaman and Brian Billick)
Vikings at Redskins (Chris Myers and Tim Ryan)
Buccaneers at Panthers (Sam Rosen and Chad Pennington)

4:15 pm:
Eagles at Cowboys (Joe Buck and Troy Aikman)
49ers at Seahawks (Ron Pitts and Charles Davis)


Sunday Night Football on NBC
Bears at Packers - 8:20 pm (Al Michaels and Cris Collinsworth)

ESPN Monday Night Football
Falcons at Saints - 8:30 pm (Mike Tirico, Ron Jaworski and Jon Gruden)



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Thanks for putting this up Claw. Should have done earlier as we have Thursday night football and the games (except two) are on SATURDAY this week.

Thursday night has Houston at Indy. Well. Indy is BAD but are they STUPID also? A win here would really screw things up for them.

On to Saturday and I know inn the early games the Jets vs Giants matchup is not just a "Battle Of New York" but one team's season will take a turn for the worst here. Philly at Dallas could be huge (if the Jets win Philly is still alive) or an ass-kicking (Dallas needs game, Philly with nothing to play for)

The Chargers season is on the line at Detroit. Can Denver hold on to the AFC West lead? They have an early game at Buffalo. Monday night is Atlanta at New Orleans.


Houston (6) at Indy
Oakland at Kansas City (2.5)
Denver (3) at Buffalo
Jacksonville at Tennesee (7.5)
Arizona at Cincy (4.5)
Miami at New England (9.5)
Cleveland at Baltimore (13)
NY Giants at NY Jets (3)
Minnesota at Washington (6.5)
Carolina at Tampa Bay (7.5)
St Louis at Pittsburgh (16)
San Diego at Detroit (2.5)
San Francisco (2.5) at Seattle
Philly at Dallas (3)
Chicago at Green Bay (13)
Atlanta at New Orleans (6.5)

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Right now the AFC west is a mess.

If Denver wins vs Buffalo, they win the division. If they lose, then they need to beat KC their last game.

SD needs to win both of their games and have Denver lose at least one of theirs.

Oakland needs to win both of their games vs KC and SD and have Denver lose at least one.

KC could theoretically win the division if they beat Oakland and Denver, and Denver loses to Buffalo this weekend.

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The Giants/Jets game is one that has a lot of meaning for two teams that are undeserving so far of a playoff spot. I'm wishful that the GMen go on a 2007 run, but they lack the leadership.
The Jets are just overrated period.



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Houston by 6 over Indy sounds about right. No need for the Texans to
overexert themselves.

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If Indy had not won last week, I could see Indy winning, but no way will they risk losing the Luck lotto

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There's absolutely NO REASON for the Colts to show up and play hard for this.

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If Philly beats Dallas and The Jets beat the Giants, that would make week 17 mighty interesting. You see The Dream Team still has a chance to win their division. 



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Principal_Raditch wrote: Right now the AFC west is a mess.

If Denver wins vs Buffalo, they win the division. If they lose, then they need to beat KC their last game.

SD needs to win both of their games and have Denver lose at least one of theirs.

Oakland needs to win both of their games vs KC and SD and have Denver lose at least one.

KC could theoretically win the division if they beat Oakland and Denver, and Denver loses to Buffalo this weekend.

Hope springs eternal, even though a miracle finish (by San Diego standards) might mean Norv keeps his job.   Good news, bad news....



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thunderbolt wrote: Principal_Raditch wrote: Right now the AFC west is a mess.

If Denver wins vs Buffalo, they win the division. If they lose, then they need to beat KC their last game.

SD needs to win both of their games and have Denver lose at least one of theirs.

Oakland needs to win both of their games vs KC and SD and have Denver lose at least one.

KC could theoretically win the division if they beat Oakland and Denver, and Denver loses to Buffalo this weekend.

Hope springs eternal, even though a miracle finish (by San Diego standards) might mean Norv keeps his job.   Good news, bad news....
I would think San Dog would want to avoid that at all costs

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Boldin to have knee surgery, miss 2 games

2 hours, 31 minutes ago

OWINGS MILLS, Md. (AP)—Baltimore Ravens wide receiver Anquan Boldin is having surgery on his knee Thursday to deal with slightly torn cartilage.

Coach John Harbaugh said the veteran wideout will miss the final two weeks of the regular season and be able to return for the playoffs. The Ravens will not reveal which knee is injured.

Lee Evans is slated to start with Boldin sidelined.

Dr. James Andrews is performing the procedure in Birmingham, Ala.

The 31-year-old Boldin has 57 receptions for 887 yards and three touchdowns this year.

“He’s got a slight tear in his meniscus. It flapped up on him, I think it was Tuesday night after the walkthrough,” coach John Harbaugh said. “He’s going to have to get it repaired. It’s two weeks and he’ll be back for the playoffs, whatever round we happen to play in. It will be a little bit tighter if we have to play in the first round.”

Harbaugh said former Pro Bowl placekicker Shayne Graham will kick in place of Billy Cundiff on Saturday against the Cleveland Browns.

Cundiff has been struggling with a left calf injury and has missed three of his five field goal attempts in December.

“We anticipate Shayne being the kicker this week,” Harbaugh said. “Billy’s dealing with his calf and Shayne’s been practicing. Even if Billy was ready to go, and I still think he’s nursing that thing back and he’s not 100 percent, Shayne got the week of practice in, so we’ll go with Shayne.”



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My Lions will hopefully be jacked & beat the Bolts, as if they do beat them, theyre in the playoffs.:D



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Indy QB fumbles. Texans recover.



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TD Arian Foster.

Texans 7 Indy 0



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TJ Yates fumbles. Colts recover.



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